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Wednesday, July 27, 2016
I'm asking a favor of all my readers. If you've read any of my books and enjoyed them, and have not done so already, please post a review of those books on Amazon. It doesn't have to be detailed. But every review I receive gets my books into the hands of more fans who can also enjoy the experience. And if you know anyone who likes reading about zombies, vampires, and creepy crawlies that terrorize the desert, share the review with them. Many thanks. You guys keep on reading, and I'll keep on writing.
Monday, July 25, 2016
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Recently myself and several other authors were interviewed by IAT: Indie Author Tactics about writing, in particular about writing in the horror genre. This is an excellent series of on-going interviews that takes readers into the minds (sick and twisted as they may be) of some of the independent writers working in the genre today. You can check out my interview here.
Monday, July 18, 2016
I found this concept art by Ariel Perez and Matt Millard titled Havoc and Mayhem while scrolling through ArtStation.com. I was so impressed by it that I wanted to share it on Apocalypse Monday.
Sunday, July 17, 2016
Friday, July 15, 2016
As a follow up to my zombie-related anthology, Cruise of the Living Dead: A Zombie Anthology, I am putting together a second electronic anthology of all my non-zombie short stories. This work will include the torture-porn saga "Incident on Ironstone Lane" (my very first work), "Denizens" (monsters in the Washington D.C. sewer system), as well as four never-before-published stories. I'm hoping to have this anthology ready for release by mid-August.
Monday, July 11, 2016
Monday, July 4, 2016
Friday, July 1, 2016
"Those that know me and follow my on-line work know that I am a vampire fanatic. By that I mean real vampires, the undead creatures that prey on humans for survival, not the glorified sissy boy vampires that keep getting shoved down our throats. If you’ve read Justin’s Cronin’s The Passage and Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan’s The Strain, you will absolutely love The Vampire Hunters.” -- Pete Schwotzer of Famous Monster of Filmland
Vampyrnomicon -- Within the vaults of the Smithsonian Institute lies the key to finding the Vampyrnomicon, the Book of the Undead, that contains the history and secrets of the vampires. According to legend, whoever possesses the book can establish a vampire nation on earth – or destroy the undead once and for all. With an opportunity to end the war against the vampires so close, Drake Matthews is determined to find the book. But the vampires also want the Vampyrnomicon. When Master Chiang Shih and her coven of the most powerful and dangerous vampires arrive in Washington to claim the book as their own, the hunters find themselves facing their most dangerous enemy yet. With the stakes so high, so is the ferocity of the struggle.
"Scott M. Baker's The Vampire Hunters is a gut-wrenching, fast-paced horror thriller that takes you from the back streets of Washington to the rat infested sewer systems below. You cheer for both the hunter and the hunted as the author rains battle scenes with stomach turning death and destruction around every corner." -- Fangoria
Dominion -- Lost for centuries, the Vampyrnomicon, the Book of the Undead, is unearthed and with it