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Books on the cheap

Two of my books and the magazine I edit are enjoying major Cyber Monday discounts.

IRREDEEMABLE
Seventh Star Press has made the eBook edition available for 99 cents today only at Amazon. 102 more words

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Zombies: More Recent Dead Announcement

Hooray! The news is up on the Prime Books website, so I can now proudly and with happy-dancing proclaim that my zombie short story “A Shepherd of the Valley”–originally appearing in… 151 more words

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My zombies earn some appreciation!

Last year I edited a woefully under-appreciated zombie anthology titled The Zombie Feed, Vol. 1. Maybe I exaggerate. It did receive tons of positive reviews, but it never caught much traction with readers. 162 more words

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G.O.R.E. Score: Asylum

Original Release Date: December 1, 2010
Publisher: Apex Publications

Growing up offers many new experiences: the first time using a curse word, the fist time seeing an R-rated film, the first kiss, the first date, and so on. 903 more words

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THREE QUESTIONS: Ty Schwamberger

Ladies and gentlemen, bogarts and ghouls (yes, I went there), today I’ve had the marvelous opportunity to host THREE QUESTIONS with The Zombie Feed’s Editor-in-Chief Ty Schwamberger. 1,247 more words

Publishing/Editing

THREE QUESTIONS: Brandon Alspaugh

Brandon Alspaugh’s story in The Zombie Feed Vol. 1 is a multi-layered, and multi-era, examination of the undead and undeadness. You won’t find zombies eating brains in “The Sickness Unto Death”, but you will find letters, online discussions, Confederate soldiers, ancient death myths, faith-frightened monks, and the story of a modern soldier returning home after his untimely death. 1,923 more words

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THREE QUESTIONS: K. Allen Wood

K. Allen Wood has contributed a gem of a story to The Zombie Feed Anthology Vol. 1¬†with “Goddamn Electric,” and those readers from the Northeast U.S. 959 more words

Writing