Happy Halloween! Trick or treat? Okay, have a free audio book of my short horror story: The Thing I Hate. Read by the amazing Jon Grundvig. It’s about a ghoul.
My short story, The Dark Glass, is now available in audio format as a podcast from Immortal Works, read by the amazing Jason King. They do a weekly short story audio called Flash Fiction Friday. You can subscribe on iTunes (and you should!) or get it here:
This story has also been published in two different anthologies…
I always like going to conventions. I’ve been going for years and I have quite a line up for 2017 already on my appearances page. Usually I split a table with several authors to cut costs and do several panels in trade for a free ticket and some food. Today, for the first time, a convention offered to pay me! That’s a big step! There’s usually a hierarchy of guests at these things, so breaking into the next level is really exciting. So my new favorite convention is Snake River ComicCon in Pocatello!
If you are anywhere in the West, I recommend it. Especially since pre-registration tickets are just $35… so get them quick! The Space Balrogs are all heading to Idaho to run three game panels and have a lot of other fun.
If that’s not enough good news for one day, Immortal Works also published the audiobook of one of my short stories for Flash Fiction Friday! It’s short, just 7 minutes. They’ve been doing some amazing short stories every week for months. If you have iTunes, go to the store under podcasts and search for Immortal Works. Subscribe and download a bunch of great stories. You won’t regret it. If you don’t have iTunes, you can go to YouTube and subscribe there. If you just want this one, find it HERE on the IW website.
Daniel Swenson hits a panel of high powered fans (Robert J. Defendi, R. A. Baxter, Nathan Croft, and yours truly) with some of the hardest questions to plague sci-fi fans for decades. It felt like a convention panel gone off the rails!
Also, Immortal Works just opened an imprint with a new logo! What do you think?
I’ve been featured in several interviews of varying lengths and types over the last month. So I wanted to give you a chance to watch and/or listen to them if you’re interested. They tend to be about all four of the books I have out so far, and I arranged them in order of length. Enjoy!
1) My podcast interview with T.J. Redig on Scrivener’s Soapbox.
2) My video interview with Dungeon Crawlers Radio at Salt Lake Comic Con.
3) My video interview with Metachron during Salt City Steamfest. (about 47 seconds in)
Coming up in a few weeks, I’ll be going to Boise, Idaho for Tree City Comic Con! Here’s my guest post on their page, with an embedded video of me pretending to sing… Ugh!