My blog can be a bit of a random thing, coming sporadically as I juggle a bunch of things at once in my life. I do interviews sometimes, book or movie reviews, and talk about my publishing company Woodbridge Press. Today I wanted to talk about one of the things I’m most passionate about. Badminton…I […]Read more "My upcoming stories…"
I watch a decent amount of horror movies, and tend to lean toward the supernatural, things-that-go-bump-in-the-night, rather than slasher horror. I prefer monsters that aren’t real, as opposed to human, serial-killer types. With Netflix, and my local library, I’ve been finding different movies that I may not normally have found, and I wanted to do […]Read more "Horror Movies with a twist…"
Haunt Jaunts, a cool website that specializes in paranormal tourism, is hosting Paranormal Day this May 3rd, so I wanted to share a blog about Haunted Houses in literature. There are countless stories out there involving houses that are haunted or that have some paranormal relevance, but few have given me the sense of foreboding […]Read more "Paranormal Day: Haunted Houses in Literature"
Eight months ago I came up with an idea for a horror collection in a shared universe. Today that collection is up for pre-sale on amazon. Official release day is April 12th, 2016. It was a great learning experience for me to put this together and I really think that it was a life […]Read more "Release day!"
Today I’m interviewing Richard Fox, the best-selling author of The Ember War Saga. Here is a bit about him: Richard grew up as an Air Force brat and graduated from the United States Military Academy. He spent ten years on active duty in the United States Army and deployed to Iraq twice. He’s worked […]Read more "Interview with Richard Fox, author of The Ember War Saga"
I’ll be honest with you all. If you told me three years ago that I would be starting a publishing company, I would think you were crazy. The thing is, I find myself surrounded by so much talent in the writing community I am part of, that now I can only wonder how I couldn’t […]Read more "The Road to Woodbridge"
I was asked to send my top three books in for a friend’s blog, and it got me thinking of the books I’ve read in 2015. I read forty-five books this year, which is probably higher than normal. I have a few reasons for reading what I did this year. I’m starting a publishing company […]Read more "2015 -A Reader’s Year in Review"