Friday, November 26, 2010

Antho Out

The anthology with my story, The Devil You Know, is now out. It's called Christmas Fear, and it's full of spooky holiday stories. And it's only $9.99!
Here's the Amazon link:

And the cover:

Monday, November 22, 2010

New Dark InSpectre Episode!

Episode 17 of The Dark InSpectre is now online, in which our hero gets a blast from the past with a call from an old friend.

Here's an excerpt:

Hank lived in an area known as Little Telville where Claire and I'd grown up. We were among the few who got out. "Oh, you know, not much changes around here." He heaved a sigh. "The water's still filled with mind-control substances aimed at subverting us tels. I'm pretty sure the Tarver Hardware store over on Alton and 3rd is really a hideout for a militant doomsday cult, and the eth heads are really freaking out lately."

It was my turn to raise an eyebrow. "What was that last one, Hank?"


We've got some serious action coming up, so stay tuned!

Friday, November 19, 2010

Bloggin' time again

I'm back from Chicago, completely exhausted, barely alive. Fortunately, I wrote my guest blog spot for Abandoned Towers like two weeks ago, and just had to post it, no real work required. Here's the link if you want to check it out. I did my usual job of identifying interesting tidbits from my job and spinning them into cool story ideas from a creative writing perspective. Take a look-see:

My other writing has taken a hit due to the craziness of work, but now that my Chicago meeting's over, hopefully things will calm down and I'll be able to get back in the swing of things.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Episode 16 is up!

Episode 16 of The Dark InSpectre is up, in which Jack makes it clear in no uncertain terms that this is his investigation.

Here's an excerpt:
"I find out word’s leaked out, you’re off the team, and…” I paused for effect then continued after they started looking nervous. “I let my boss know you fouled up my case.”

They both blanched. They knew who my boss was, knew what he could do to a tel’s career. It was nice, using Wonderful Walter’s rep to freak someone else out for a change.