I'm writing a horror novel for NaNoWriMo. I'm as giddy as a kid on Christmas Eve (it's me. I'm the kid). This is the most excited I've been for NaNoWriMo in several years—at the very least, since I wrote The Fading of the Light. I've wanted to write a horror novel for several years now,… Continue reading Horror for NaNoWriMo?
FOLKS. It's October, and you know what that means. The release of my urban fantasy/supernatural novel Dark is the Night releases in eight days! NaNoWriMo is just around the corner, and those of us who want to sit down and write our annual 50,000 words in a month are putting our brains in a very… Continue reading So You Want to Write a NaNo Novel
It has been a h o t minute since I posted here. Between art commissions + personal art, writing (some News™ on that front coming up soon, keep your necks craned & your eyes peeled) in several books, and a shocking upswing in my social life, I haven't had ideas large enough for full blog… Continue reading No Dark Disguise: A Sneak Peek
*in case you missed it last time, it's a post-alien invasion re-conceptualizing of the King Arthur myth Jake Uther had been dead for five years, according to popular belief. An easy mistake to make, too – people tended to think the worst after you fell off the planet for that long. Every now and then,… Continue reading *Ye Stars That Shudder | Snippets
Having recently come down off a Punisher Season Two high and looking for a bit of a Jon Bernthal fix, I thought, hey - why not re-start The Walking Dead? I watched it as a tender 15-year-old back when it first aired, although I never saw it all the way through. I remembered being more… Continue reading Framing Shane Walsh