Sunday, November 26, 2017

The End of an Era

On Friday, Matt Herring and I recorded and posted the final episode of the Secret Identity podcast. It was our 800th officially numbered episode, though we have closer to 1000 overall. We started Secret Identity in March of 2006, and for the better part of 12 years, have put out a new show (or two) just about every week. All told, we have roughly 2000 hours of podcasts featuring thousands of comics, movies, TV show and game reviews, as well as hundreds of interviews with creators.

To say that I am proud of what we've accomplished would be the understatement of the century. My life would not be what it is right now if not for that show. Some of my best friends are in my life because of that show. I am a writer today because of that show. The list goes on.

I'll have much more to say about the legacy of Secret Identity in the coming months (and years), but for right now, I just want to reflect on and appreciate what we've done. You can listen to the final episode of Secret Identity in the player below. And for all of those people who tuned in--whether it was one time or every week--THANK YOU.

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Come See Me at Bing Comic Con Today (10/28)!

If you are in the MA/CT area today, head over to Trinity Church in Springfield MA for Bing Comic Con! from 11-5 I'll be there with a bunch of great artists, writers, crafters and more, hanging out and selling books.

I'll have print copies of all the Parted Veil books, as well as my book of short stories, Intrusive Thoughts.

The show runs from 11-5 today, and admission is only $5. Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Listen to Amber Love and I Talk Horror on the Vodka O'Clock Halloween Spooktacular!

My friend and fellow writer Amber love was gracious enough to invite me on her podcast again to talk about two of my favorite things--horror and NaNoWriMo!

In the Vodka O'Clock Halloween Spooktacular, Amber and I discuss some of our favorite horror books, movies and more. I also talk a bit about some of my experiences with horror as I child that made me a fan of the genre.

You can listen to the episode at the link above, or get it on iTunes and Stitcher. Please also go and check out Amber's Patreon, where you can get early access to podcasts and her writing projects as well. AND, Amber just released a Halloween murder mystery called Misty Murder that you can get on Amazon for $0.99 now.

Thanks again to Amber for inviting me on the show, and you can expect to hear her on a future episode of the SBW podcast as well.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Get COURTING THE KING IN YELLOW for 70% Off in Drive Thru's Halloween Bundle! banner

Drive Thru Fiction is having some amazing sales to celebrate Halloween, and I'm a part of one. My first book Courting the King in Yellow is part of the Cthulhu Tales bundle, were you can get almost $30 of books for $7.95. That means you're getting Courting the King in Yellow for a measly thirty-five cents!

Courting the King in Yellow Book Cover

Not only that, but you also get some great anthology series as well, featuring stories inspired by H.P. Lovecraft.

Now is the perfect time to grab Courting the King in Yellow, as its sequel was just released last week! So when you go to grab the bundle, you can pick up Chasing the King in Yellow at Drive Thru as well, and you'll still have spent under $10! So go grab some Halloween reads and celebrate October with some spooky stories.

chasing the king in yellow book cover

Friday, October 13, 2017


Chasing the King in Yellow Cover

Happy Friday the 13th!! It's an especially happy day for me, because Chasing the King in Yellow is now available on Amazon and Drive Thru Fiction! You can grab the kindle version on Amazon, and over at Drive Thru, you can get the book in Epub, PDf and print versions as well.

Get Chasing the King in Yellow on Amazon!!

Get Chasing the King in Yellow on Drive Thru Fiction!!

Back cover blurb:

Evil Doesn’t Die—It Adapts

Three years ago, Samantha Cane and Frank Carter’s lives were destroyed as their city became the staging ground for a cult dedicated to the King in Yellow. When the cult enacted a plan to throw the city into chaos, Frank and Sam stopped them with the help of a group called the Parted Veil. But the victory came at a high cost, and it was short-lived. The followers of the King in Yellow are persistent, and their operation in Springfield was just one of many.

Now members of the Parted Veil themselves, Sam and Frank continue to follow the cult's activities and thwart them whenever they can. A rash of disappearances has led them to a small town in Tennessee, where an old mining operation may be the cult’s latest workshop of horrors.

Each step they take toward discovering the scope of the cult’s plan costs them another piece of themselves. And some questions are better left unanswered.