James Wymore’s The Actuator Series: Book Four Release & Sale, by Clare Dugmore
We’re excited to announce that the final book in James Wymore’s SciFi, fantasy The Actuator Series is OUT NOW. You can get the digital edition of THE LAST KEY on Amazon, with the paperback edition forthcoming. And to celebrate the new release, the rest of the Actuator series will be on sale from November 17, […]
Sequels Release Day November 2017, by Clare Dugmore
Once again we’re bringing you three much-anticipated sequels to three much-loved series. This month we have The Last Netherworld of the Apocalypse, book four in Nina Post’s Kelly Driscoll Series, Disposal, book three in Tara Tyler’s Pop Travel Series, and Containment, book two in J.R. Rain and Matthew S. Cox’s Winter Solstice Series. The Last […]
NaNoWriMo Week 2, by Private: Robert J Defendi writing as Bob Defendi
So, NaNo, week 2. I finished last week with the question about how week two would be and what it would hold. If you’ve looked at the counter on my blog, you’ll see it went just about as well as week 1. Except that I didn’t have a dental emergency. Although the filling from my […]
Book Covers To Be Thankful For, by Dani Eide
Have you ever BOUGHT a book based on the cover alone?! (Of course, you have! We ALL have…) Book covers are the art that draw readers to the books they read… That why the design of book covers are so important. Their art translates the entirety of the book into a single visual element – […]
NaNoWriMo Week 1, by Private: Robert J Defendi writing as Bob Defendi
Wow. NaNo can be hard. 🙂 I’ve won NaNoWriMo two or three times in the past (to “win” means that you completed it, finishing more than 50,000 words by the rules of the contest). I have a full-time job each time, but at no time was it a high-demand job. In the past, my NaNoWriMo […]
Halloween is over, but we know many lovers of the gothic and the macabre, our friends who live in a cobwebbed sphere of October all year long. They are the ones hesitant to put away their Jason hockey masks or dust up the candy corn crumbs. Delight them with an extra bit of Halloween this […]
FearCon and NaNoWriMo, by Private: Robert J Defendi writing as Bob Defendi
I spent this weekend at my first FearCon, which was fun. Except for the fact that I didn’t bring any horror books to sell. I didn’t actually confirm that I’d be at the convention until just a few days before and so I didn’t have any of my horror anthologies there. You see, at almost […]
Cuphead Review, by Private: Jason Purdy

Cuphead Review

October 28, 2017
By Private: Jason Purdy
Cuphead is a fiendishly difficult game that hides it’s old school run and gun inspirations beneath an, ironically, even older school artstyle. Looking every inch an authentic cartoon from the 1930’s, you’d be forgiven for thinking the cutesy and innocent appearance means you’re in for an easy time. Cuphead is not friendly, despite the jovial […]
FearCon and an Update, by Private: Robert J Defendi writing as Bob Defendi
So, it appears that I’m going to FearCon here in Salt Lake. I scheduled the time off a month ago, but I found out that I was actually scheduled…yesterday? So yes. I’ll be a FearCon. I’ll be selling books at a booth. I’ll be at two panels plus a Choose Your Own Apocalypse Panel. There […]
Books with Creepy Settings, by Dani Eide

Books with Creepy Settings

October 24, 2017
By Dani Eide
This is the perfect time of year to talk about creepy settings in books! There are all sorts of creepy creatures of the night that haunt All Hallow’s Eve… vampires, ghosts, zombies, the list can go on for quite a while… populate any location with these and you will have a pretty creepy place… BUT […]