Thursday, July 31, 2014

Free Online Fiction!

I've written a bit about the Beat to a Pulp anthology THE LIZARD'S ARDENT UNIFORM, and what it means to editor David Cranmer. It's a unique project that honors his nephew Kyle's memory, and I'm honored to have contributed to it.

Today, my story from it, "The Lizard's Ardent Uniform," is free to read online at The Fall Creek Review! Pop by and check it out. And if you dig it, don't hesitate to pick up the whole collection. It's chock-a-block with terrific writers at the top of their games.

Monday, July 07, 2014

"An Open Door" Redux

Rough day back after the long weekend? Here's some online fiction for your work-weary eyeballs. "An Open Door" first appeared in the BEAT TO A PULP: ROUND TWO anthology way back in May of 2012. It's a (horror) sequel (of sorts) to my Spinetingler-Award-winning crime story "Seven Days of Rain." As of ten minutes ago, it's free to read at Beat to a Pulp. Pop on over and check it out!

Sunday, July 06, 2014

Books in Boothbay

This Saturday, July 12, I'm delighted to be participating in the tenth annual installment of Books in Boothbay, a book fair featuring Maine authors of all stripes, from children's to thriller. It's free and open to the public, so if you're in the area, swing by and say hello! I'll be hanging out and signing books alongside Tess Gerritsen, Paul Doiron, Kate Flora, Julia Spencer-Fleming, Barbara Ross, and many more. See the above flier or visit the Books in Boothbay blog for details.