It’s All In The Cards – the audio version!

It’s live! And boy, I just listened to it, and it’s GOOD!!! Well, I enjoyed it anyways ;-)

Go have a listen if you have some time.

A big thank you to Danny Davies for giving my story a voice. I think you did a fantastic job! I really enjoyed the way you told it. Love your accent ;-)

And another huge thanks to Jason Warden over at ShadowCast Audio Anthology for bringing the Masters of Horror Anthology to life in a new format. Excellent work!

Hope you enjoy :-)

Masters Of Horror Anthology

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Well it’s here! As of tomorrow it can be purchased.

Welcome to a world hidden behind the blinds of reality, a landscape waiting to be molded into a thing of pain and torture.

This anthology is not for the faint-hearted. The ideas, themes, and disturbing images portrayed within these pages will send your brain into overdrive on the road to madness. This book is guaranteed to rob you of sleep at night by bringing you the nightmare you’ve most feared…

Carole Gill’s “Truth Hurts,” where a woman writing about douchey vampires gets her comeuppance.

A man is seduced by the lamia in “Ladies of the Scale” by Bob Morgan Jr.

Lee Pletzer’s “Teeth” will make you think twice about taking your son fishing again.

A boy gets revenge on abusive adults in “Devil Inside” by William Cook.

We go on a Lovecraftian journey with Jason Warden’s amazing story, “Once Seen.”

K.K.’s “The Visitation” will have you shuddering.

Mark Edward Hall’s “The Fear” makes a case against hunting for a lost relative.

Joseph Mulak’s “Wounds” evil deeds for the right reasons.

Angel Leigh McCoy’s “The Barnes Family Reunion”

One of my favorite parts of the book is the unrestrained gore, but if psychological is your thing, you’ll also find compelling stories within. When this book comes out, any horror fan would be a fool not to get a copy ~ A. R. Braun

The one thing that stands out about this anthology is that no two stories are the same. Yes, they are horror, but each one brings in a new tasty scary delight. Triskaideka Books has done an amazing job of bringing all this talent into one anthology. There is no anthology out such as this and one that needs to be on everyone’s bookshelf at one time or another. Jumping into this world of darkness only brings forward the most compelling and interesting tales seen in a long time. It is worth the read and worth keeping for years to come ~ Shells Walter, Sonar4

More info: Avaliable here
Paperback Release date: 23-04-10. Only $9.99 (two week special). 12.99 after that.
E-version available here for only $1.99

The strangest things

I was filling in answers to interview questions yesterday, and it struck me as so strange to think that anyone would be interested in what I have to say about writing. I’m doing it as part of the promotion for the MoH Anthology, of which many of the authors are a lot further along in their writing careers than I am. I can see why people would want to read those, but me?

That said, I write this blog and obviously you wonderful people read it, but that seems different somehow.

I’m by no means a pro. I certainly know that I’m still learning and growing, all I know is what does and doesn’t work for me. And we all know that every writer is different ;-)

But, I guess this is the other side of the publishing thing. You put yourself out there in the world, people read what you write, and are entitled to have opinions about it. And you are also entitled to opinions, which other people might in turn be interested in hearing.

It’s not something I’d spent much time thinking about before now.

What is even stranger is that despite the fact it seems odd, I’m not worried about it at all.

Masters of Horror Anthology!

This is the cover for the Anthology my story is in – due for release sometime in April all going well. The Anthology is being brought to you by Triskaideka Books, with submissions coming from the Masters of Horror group.  The official line up is shown below, and I’ll be adding links to the writers throughout the day when I get some time.

1. Joseph Mulak Wounds

2. Angel McCoy The Barnes Family Reunion

3. Carole Gill Truth Hurts

4. Cassie Hart Its all in the cards

5. Marty Young Firelies of the Bushfire

6. Jennifer Brozek Cost of Job Security

7. Scott M. Goriscak Home Sweet Home

8. Karen Johnson Mead One Day

9. Lee Pletzers Teeth

10. Bob Morgan Jr Ladies of the Scale

11. KK Visitation

12. Larry Kokko The Clifton House

13. Jason Warden Once Seen

14. William Cook Devil Inside

15. Richard Barnes Something Unpleasant

16. Mark Edward Hall The Fear

There’s me! Number four :-)

Cover art was created by Robert Elrod.