Wednesday, September 16, 2015
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Monday, August 31, 2015
Hello, everyone! It's been a long time since I updated this website, and I have some exciting news: I just moved to Zanzibar! I've been here three days now, and the place is absolutely amazing. I'll be sure to post more pictures once the wifi situation gets sorted.
In the meantime... ZANZIBAR!!!
Posted by Evan at 12:34 AM
Monday, August 10, 2015
A butterfly flaps its wings in
York, and then there’s a storm in Florida.
Or something like that.
The Butterfly Effect is one of those things that Ian Malcolm kept rambling about in the first
movie. It’s also, fun fact,
the topic of this new anthology. My story, tucked away in the middle of this
gruesome collection of tales, is a particular treat. I really like how this one
turned out. I made pretty good use of a hospital vending machine, some lightning,
and a whole bunch of murder. I hope that piques your interest. Jurassic
Disclaimer: This one is not yet on Amazon, so you’ll have to order a copy at Kobo Books. It’s a little expensive, but they periodically have sales on the website. I’ll keep you posted.
Friday, July 31, 2015
It’s a bird!
It’s a plane!
It’s a… horrible space mutant oozing with acid spit and comet juices!
I am proud to announce that my short story Cold Fingers has been included in a brand new anthology that’s all about superheroes fighting monsters.
Yes, you read that correctly. Superheroes. And monsters.
Chocolate and peanut butter.
Harold and Kumar.
Two great tastes and all that. You can check it out on Amazon right now. My story takes place in
so consider it a dry run for my upcoming paranormal romance novel that also
takes place in the 50th state.
But that’s still a secret. Pretend I didn’t say anything…
And check out the anthology. It’s wall-to-wall action from some very talented writers.
Saturday, July 18, 2015
The Blair Witch Project.
What do these films have in common? I mean, aside from horrible sequels.
These are part of the new wave of found footage horror films. Lure some good-looking people into a dimly lit environment, give them discount camera equipment, and then sit back and watch the carnage.
In the last few years, cinemas have been flooded with these films (for better or worse), and it’s about time that bookstores join the party.
That’s right! I’m here to announce a new found footage anthology book. Each story within these blood-spattered pages uses the same found footage gimmick. Only this time, we’re using post-it notes, letters, emails, pamphlets, and anything in-between. It’s a really cool readingexperience.