As mentioned in a previous post, my little horror story, Arthur’s World, was accepted for publication in the Sirens Call eZine. Well…
The Sirens Call eZine – Issue 28 Terrifying Tales is out!
You can check out the website page for the issue #28 link (along with links to back issues). Sirens Call Publications
Or go here for the direct download:
There’s a plethora of wonderfully creepy tales and poems to peruse, along with interviews and artwork. So do pop over and take a look.
I will (despite life’s annoying interruptions) be publishing my new poetry book in October. It’s a collection of my horror poetry, Horror Haiku And Other Poems, and will come out in time to make Halloween extra creepy. I will be doing a cover reveal later in September for the book.
In other book news, Ghosts of the Sea Moon, is nearly finished, but the above mentioned life interruptions have slowed down progress on the novella slightly. It should, however, be ready for publication by the end of the year.
– The Efestival of Words went well and a good time was had by all.
– I recklessly volunteered to run the horror genre for the Brain to Books Cyber Convention, so I’m actively looking to recruit horror authors for the event. If you have published a horror book, and are interested in participating in B2BCYCON, please leave a comment. You can check out the convention FAQ page here: http://braintobooks.com/b2bcycon-faq/
Registration for B2BCYCON doesn’t begin until October, but feel free to check it out, or ask me questions.
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