Woe Betide

...and across the land did the faithful lament. I am, of course, talking about the city of Lexington's attitude about losing to Louisville in basketball. They lose to them all the time in football (it's a Kentucky thing, belonging in the SEC and not giving a rat's ass about football), which is no big deal. … Continue reading Woe Betide

Quick Notice

Should probably mention that the story I contracted and mentioned before, Wake, is going to be in the Mental Ward: Echoes of the Past horror anthology being put out by Sirens Call Publications. No idea about a release date yet, but I'll post that when I get it. Also, they're still accepting submissions, so follow this here link … Continue reading Quick Notice

Good News

Good news on the war front: sold another short story this week. Wake, a dark, creepy horror story with a bit of a humorous bent, is going to see print sometime in 2013. I'm still waiting on official word, but I have a hard "yes" from them, which is nice to have. This is good … Continue reading Good News

Release Day Is Coming

The countdown for Sha'Daa: Pawns is now on. T-minus three days until the release. If you're wondering why I'm so excited, it's because my story Crouching Seal, Sleeping Dragon is featured in this little anthology. Be prepared to buy it. Why? Why not? Spread the word. Sha'Daa is coming!

Getting The Point

Tomorrow I'm going down to Louisville, KY for my second major motion picture movie role (undoubtedly Extra #1,298), so my quasi-usual Tuesday review won't be up until Wednesday. I'm torn because while I need to review Partials by Dan Wells, I also need to review Sygillis of Metatron by Ben Garcia. However, what's making it very difficult is … Continue reading Getting The Point

I Got Nothing

Feeling a bit melancholy today, so I went ahead and started listening to music from the Final Fantasy series. You know, that game series that pretty much shaped my formative years (okay, Final Fantasy III and beyond)? Yeah, that one. Hey, speaking of, if it's called Final Fantasy, why are there fourteen games in the … Continue reading I Got Nothing