Friday, April 22, 2011

Check out my interview on Vampires Anonymous as well as the contest that is being run.  Alice already won the first prize by being the first contestant to correctly identify that my Cocoa is the inspiration for Drake's pet rabbit Van Helsing.  The second prize -- a free copy of The Vampire Hunters: Vampyrnomicon -- is still up for grabs, so leave a comment and hopefully you'll win.  Good reading and good luck. 

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Status Update

I reached the 100-page mark in reviewing the proofs of Rotter World, and am now a third of the way through them.

In addition, I'm up to 52,000 words in The Walking Monster

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Sunday Bunnies

I don't care if they are only pillows.  We won't allow any more rabbits into this house.

Saturday, April 9, 2011


Please check out the video trailer for The Vampire Hunters: Vampyrnomicon.  Once again, many thanks to Suzannah Safi of Book Trailer Design for the excellent job she did in creating it. 

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Sunday Bunnies

What part of "I don't want to be photographed today" is unclear to you?

Friday, April 1, 2011


This afternoon Pill Hill Press published the trade paperback edition of The Vampire Hunters: Vampyrnomicon, the second book in The Vampire Hunters series.  It's currently available from Pill Hill Press and will shortly be listed on 

Permuted Press Has Contracted ROTTER WORLD

I'm pleased and excited to announce that I have just signed a contract with Permuted Press to publish my first zombie novel, Rotter World, as both an e-book and a trade paperback.  A publication date has not been set yet, but right now it appears as though the book may be out in early 2012.  Of course, I'll keep everyone posted.

Below is the blurb for Rotter World:

Eight months ago, vampires stole the Revenant Virus from a government research lab and released it on mankind, resulting in the near extinction of the human and vampire races. Now the last coven of vampires and a small group of human survivors have joined forces and are riding out the zombie apocalypse in an isolated location in Maine. However, their uneasy alliance is tested with the arrival of Doctor Compton, the creator of the Revenant Virus, who claims to have a vaccine that will allow mankind to take back civilization from the living dead. The only problem is that the vaccine is at a secure underground facility outside of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, more than five hundred miles away.

A raiding party is sent out to retrieve the vaccine, traveling through a world overrun by rotters and filled with unimaginable danger. The partnership between humans and vampires is strained to its limit as both sides try to survive against hordes of zombies and rape gangs. However, none of the horrors they encounter on the road compares with what waits for them in Pennsylvania. The final battle inside the facility pits the living, living dead, and undead against each other, with the fate of civilization hanging in the balance.