Horror Writer's Association Member

Horror Writer's Association Member
Horror Writer's Association Member

Monday, January 20, 2014

A New Year of Horror!

Congratulations if you are reading this! It means that you made it to another year. I promise that this year will be filled with ever more horror and crime from my pen. This year has gotten off to a bang already...Well, actually at the very tail end of December...December 30th to be exact, Schlock! Webzine published a very short piece of science fiction that I wrote using some of the lesser known gods from H.P. Lovecraft's pantheon.

You can get it here on Amazon:

Also...My favorite indie publisher (as he has taken a lot of chances in publishing me several times), James Ward Kirk Fiction, has just released UGLY BABIES VOLUME II. This anthology contains one of my better efforts entitled "Ugly Babies"...go figure! This is really a very good anthology and features many other great writers from around the world.

Again, get this on Amazon here:


In other news, my story "Arcticus" was featured in the Horrified Press anthology NIGHTMARE STALKERS AND DREAM WALKERS, which just won the #2 spot as the PREDITORS AND EDITORS BEST ANTHOLOGY OF 2013!

I am thrilled to have been included in such an amazing anthology. Here is the prize/icon that Horrified Press gets to display now:

Make sure to get your copy today. You can find it at Amazon or CreateSpace.

In closing, I would like you all to know that I have an almost novella sized horror story that will soon be published by the hard working ladies of Sirens Call Publications. More on that as it develops.

Also, I didn't make it to the preliminary ballot for a Bram Stoker Award, but that has not dissuaded me from starting my first horror novel. The working title is SHADOW FALL, but this will be changed in time. All I can tell you is that as of right now I have passed the 10,000 word mark and I am enjoying writing about World War II Nazis, ghosts, and paranormal investigators...Oh my! More on this in the coming months. Stay tuned and keep reading! Cheers, Greg