Thursday, February 16, 2017

Thanks to Everyone Who Picked Up a Copy of Rotter Nation and Rotter Apoclayse

I want to thank everyone who picked up a free Kindle copy of Rotter Nation and Rotter Apocalypse. I hope you enjoy them. If you do, please leave a review of the books on Amazon so others can enjoy them as well.

If you liked my writing and want more, there are plenty of other books of mine out there. Rotter World, the first book in the trilogy, is still available from Permuted Press. If zombies are your thing, pick up my novellas Dead Water and Nazi Ghouls From Space, or my anthology Cruise of the Living Dead: A Zombie Anthology. Maybe your tastes lie more with the undead rather than the living dead, in which case you will want to read The Vampire Hunters trilogy. And if you like your monsters kaiju style, then check out Yeitso, my homage to the big monster movies of the 1950s. 

Monday, February 13, 2017

Apocalypse Monday

 Of all the ways to die during the apocalypse, this would be the most terrifying for me.

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Rotter Nation, Rotter Apocalypse Free for Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is coming up, and nothing tells your significant other that you love them more than giving them your... brains. That's why, from 11 to 15 February, the Kindle versions of Rotter Nation and Rotter Apocalypse, books two and three of the Rotter World saga, will be available for free on Amazon. Pick up your own copy, or give one to your ghoulfriend. In either case, this is an opportunity you won't want to miss.

If you do pick up a free copy of the books, and want to give yours truly his own special Valentine gift, then please leave a review on Amazon. It's better than a brain-shaped box of chocolates and not nearly as fattening. Thank you.

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