Friday, January 27, 2017

Schedule of Events for DreadFest

Below is the schedule of events for tomorrow's DreadFest event. If you are able to attend, please swing by my table and say hello (and, of course, buy a book).

Noon: Beginning of advertised event: Jeff Strand will make opening remarks.

12:30 PM: Sid Williams and Tom Lucas will read the six nanofiction finalist entries, without naming the placements.

1:00 PM: The public is welcome to visit and mingle with authors. Attendees will be given a program. If they have all 10 authors’ signatures on it, they are then eligible for a door prize ticket (your books and restaurant gift certificates). The Viewing ends at 3:00 PM.

3:00 PM: Sidney Williams and Tom Lucas announce the winners and hand-out certificates and prizes.

3:30 PM: Scott M. Baker, John Catapano and Tyson Hanks – Beginning Authors Panel Discussion – cookies served.

Monday, January 23, 2017

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

More on DreadFest 2017

As I've previously mentioned, myself, fellow Dark Alley Crew writers John Catapano and Tyson Hanks, and several others will be attending DreadFest on 28 January at the W.T. Bland Public Library in Mount Dora, Florida. Recently the library updated its website with a full list of the attending writers and scheduled events. You can check out the updated website here.

Monday, January 9, 2017

Apocalypse Monday

Artist Frank Tinsley's rendition of an imagined nuclear attack on Washington D.C. from 1950.

Sunday, January 8, 2017

I Will Be Attending DreadFest on 28 January

On 28 January, I'll be attending DreadFest at the W.T. Bland Public Library in Mount Dora, Florida. DreadFest celebrates the dark side of fiction and includes a nanofiction writing contest, various writer panels, and a showcase of local horror writers (myself among them). I'll provide more details as they become available.

I look forward to seeing you there.

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Sci-Fi and Fantasy Reviewer Review of Nazi Ghouls From Space

I received a fantastic review late last year from Sci-Fi and Fantasy Reviewer on Nazi Ghouls From Space that called the novella "a great slice of pulpy, Nazi-zombies-on-a-rampage story-telling," which was exactly the feel I was going for. Check out the full review here

Monday, January 2, 2017

Apocalypse Monday

An artist's rendition of what is going on beneath a super volcano. It may not be world apocalyptic, but if goes off in Yellowstone it will be for most of the States.