Island of Glass by Nora Roberts (Fantasy Novel, 2016). It’s hard to keep up with the enormously prolific and overwhelmingly popular Nora Roberts. This one is the concluding book in The Guardians Trilogy. I missed the first two volumes while sampling several of other books (including the crime stories she writes as JD Robb). But as […]Read more "REVIEWED: Island of Glass"
Dead and Breakfast by Kate Kingsbury (cozy mystery novel, 2017). For once, I pick up the FIRST in a new series of mystery novels! Kingsbury, of course, is a veteran and highly successful writer with a bunch of popular series to her credit. But this one is the initial offering set in the Merry Ghost Inn. […]Read more "REVIEWED: Dead and Breakfast"
I’m very happy to report that I’ve sold reprint rights to a short story and a poem to the supernatural horror magazine Bloodbond (Alban Lake Publishing) for their November 2017 issue. “Unnatural Balances,” a story involving flesh-eating ghouls ‘thinning the herd’ of over-populated vampires (who in turn are preying on regular mortals) puts a supernatural spin […]Read more "Story & Poem Accepted for Publication"
Ever After by Kim Harrison. (Urban Fantasy novel, 2013). Yep, here I am, as usual getting into an ongoing series long after its debut. In this case, Ever After was the 11th novel in Harrison’s Hollows urban fantasy cycle. Two later novels came out and there’s a graphic novel version, a short story collection, a couple prequels and probably […]Read more "REVIEWED: Ever After"
The Kindred of Darkness by Barbara Hambly. (Historical Horror Novel, 2017). A while ago I reviewed one of Hambly’s Benjamin January crime/adventure series set in the pre-Civil War deep south. now I want to take a look at the latest in her other series–the fifth James Asher vampire novel. It’s 1913 and the latest in a series of […]Read more "REVIEWED: The Kindred of Darkness"
Here’s the cover art for Fantasia Divinity Magazine issue #5 (December 2016). It’s just been released with six tales–including my story “The Spellweaver & The Once-Proud Prince.” You can buy a print copy (for $12.99) or the e-zine/kindle version (only 99 cents) from Amazon. It’ll be added to my Author Page (where you can find lots […]Read more "I’m Published in FANTASIA DIVINITY"
“Appraised Risk,” a tale of erotic vampire horror and my newest work of short fiction, has been published by the online site DEADMAN’S TOME. All potential readers please be aware: This is a rather extreme piece, with explicit sex and violence. That said, I think it is a powerful and effective work. And it is […]Read more "Erotic Vampire Horror Published"