horror, writing

Available for pre-order: 7 Weeks in Hell, 7th Hell #2

Are you ready to return to Ireland, where the dead walk the streets and your soul is at risk? It's time to go to Hell, or to Galway. Whichever one is nearer. Still traumatised by the events of Halloween in the tiny village of Basard, Vicky Murtagh has moved to the Irish city of Galway… Continue reading Available for pre-order: 7 Weeks in Hell, 7th Hell #2

submissions, writing

Wake me when September ends

I can’t believe it’s September already. Ray Daley, a wonderful speculative fiction writer, is running his submission challenge again this month. The goal is to submit a story every day for a month. Ray is really super, and has compiled a list of over 30 markets, so all you have to do is submit your… Continue reading Wake me when September ends

NaNoWriMo, science fiction, writing

Camp NaNoWriMo (again)

It’s that time of year... again. After writing a novella in April, I’ve decided to write an epic space opera this month. If you’ve read Return to Hades and Other Adventures, you may be aware of the space mutant, Ebony, from the title story of the collection. The plan is to write a whole novel… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo (again)

art, horror, illustration

7 Days in Hell Print Copy

I love reading Kathleen Jennings blog. Not only is she an incredibly talented artist and author, she is also very generous in sharing her process and ideas. Inspired by her work, I decided to make the print edition of 7 Days in Hell (out Thursday) extra special and illustrate the chapter pages. Because this book… Continue reading 7 Days in Hell Print Copy

blogaversary, writing

What a Difference a Year Makes

A lot has happened in the last year. I published my second collection of short stories, Return to Hades and Other Adventures. My short story, My Little Monster, was published by Liquid Imagination. My short story, Edward, was published by Frostfire Worlds. I started posting book reviews on my blog, and blogging more regularly. I… Continue reading What a Difference a Year Makes