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A story a week

A story a week So, in order to jumpstart my lousy writing lately, I have joined Jessica McHugh’s challenge of writing one short story a week.  Some of them I will post here, some of them I may not (I have to have some to publish!) If nothing else, I will post the title of the work I have done. In this challenge, I join not only Jessica McHugh, but also Jay Wilburn, April Hawks, Cina Pelayo, Armand Rosamilia, and a whole bunch of other writers.  Make sure you...

A scary story

A scary story I was featured the other day on the Horror Writers Association Blog and just now have had a chance to post about it! Make sure you check it out.  Not only do you have a chance to win a digital copy of Bleed on the HWA site, but a chance to win on this site too.  If you share the HWA article on FaceBook and then let me know, I will put your name into a hat and...

Coffin Hop Update

Coffin Hop Update So I know, I joined coffin hop to wow everyone with my awesomeness. But so far, that hasn’t happened. Let me explain this last weekend. Max Booth III and I did the Alamo City Comic Con. Sounds like fun, right? Well it was, but it was also exhausting.  Thursday, we showed up to unload the car and set up, a job that should maybe take about 30-40 minutes. It took us an hour and a half, and we never did make it into the unloading area. Poor Max had to...

Children’s Cancer Awareness

Children’s Cancer Awareness Armand Rosamilia let me come over to his blog and talk about children’s cancer awareness, and Bleed. Go see what he let me...

Demons-Misunderstood Angels

Demons-Misunderstood Angels I got a great question from a BEATRYSEL reader the other day. “I’m loving your book, but tell me this: why would anyone summon a demon?” BEATRYSEL centers around Julian Cormac, a modern practitioner of magick, a modern descendent of the Golden Dawn and Aleister Crowley. Using techniques learned from ancient grimoires, magickal books of Theurgy, he summons his own a demon, his embodiment of love—BEATRYSEL. But he goes to far. In the course of the...

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