Monthly Archives: July 2019

5 Questions for Tim Prasil

I met Tim Prasil through the Occult Detective Quarterly group on Facebook. His blog has a wealth of information about occult — or psychic — detectives in fiction from the Victorian era to the present. I discovered he writes these … Continue reading

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Shallow Waters

I have a very short story in this new horror anthology by Crystal Lake Publishing. It’s for sale on Amazon for the Kindle for only 99 cents:  https://amzn.to/2XBKg81 The amazing cover is by Ben Baldwin. In this volume… • Taunted … Continue reading

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5 Questions for John Linwood Grant

I met John Linwood Grant through his work as editor at Occult Detective Quarterly magazine. (I was lucky enough to sell him an Alondra story for issue #5.)  I learned more about his own writing when I interviewed Alan M. … Continue reading

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The Dangerous Type

Today is The Dangerous Type’s 4th birthday. Four years ago today, the book came out from Night Shade Books. There were things I loved about the book release: that cover image is one.  It captures the attitude of the main … Continue reading

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5 Questions for Selah Janel

Selah is another member of the Ladies of Horror group on Facebook.  I asked her to come by to tell me about her most recent book. Selah Janel was blessed with a giant imagination, even if it made her gullible … Continue reading

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