Showing posts from June, 2008

Shocklines sale!

Part of the regrettable demise of the Shocklines horror bookstore is a benefit to us - great sales. :) As it's moving day for the merchandise, Shocklines is offering 50 percent off and free shipping for scads of small-press horror. Go to and use code FINALFIFTY to take advantage of the offer.


First of all, thanks to everyone who came to last night's chat. We had a great time, and I gave away a few prizes. The flow in and out was pretty steady, too, and it ran all the way to 12:30 a.m. CST! I think that might be our record. :) Of course, I had to have an excuse to throw an online party. I announced my new project: DREADMIRE. I am happy to announce that Spellbinder Books and I will be working together on my first game novelization. Dreadmire is a great game, full of fantastic monsters clearly inspired by the bayous of Louisiana (Monstrous Mosquitoes, anyone?). I met game creator Randy Richards at Dragoncon last year, and he came up with the idea of a novelization. I developed a story that suits them, and I'll be writing it for them this summer. I'm very pleased about this project. It's a different world than my usual work, but it's definitely got that happy, up-with-people tone I prefer. (Note: sarcasm. There is plenty of death and misery, natch.) I'