So excited that my book DEVIL’S ISLAND will be available as an audiobook on August 29th, but you can pre-order it now if you want to.
You can get it free with your monthly subscription if you’re subscribed to Audible on Amazon. You can listen on your tablet and your smartphone!
You can find the audiobook here:
DEVIL’S ISLAND – an abandoned island in the Caribbean Sea with a dark and bloody past … an island with a terrible secret …
Just wanted to let everyone know that ANCIENT ENEMY is on sale for .99 cents for a few days.
It’s only .99 cents on Kindle, or you can get it for free if you’re subscribed to Kindle Unlimited.
You can grab it here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FD4SP8M
An interesting article about five objects from ancient history that baffle scientists and historians. Maybe we don’t know as much about history or ancient cultures as we think we do. I think there are quite a few more items that could be added to this list.
It’s hard to argue that John Carpenter isn’t one of the greatest horror filmmakers ever. I know there are plenty of great horror director/writer/filmmakers like Wes Craven, Tobe Hooper, and Alfred Hitchcock, but John Carpenter should be on the top, or at least in the top three.
Here’s a cool article about some films that John Carpenter passed on, or never got made for other reasons. What could have been . . .
I made a list of the best horror movies ever made on this blog before, and looking back at the top movies, only John Carpenter and Tobe Hooper had two films in the top 15 – Halloween and The Thing (1982) for John Carpenter, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Poltergeist for Tobe Hooper. Interestingly, you could almost count Steven Spielberg twice on that list as a writer and a director for Poltergeist and Jaws.
But for me, just for a body of horror films, I would have to put John Carpenter at either number one or two. He created horror film classics such as: The Fog, Halloween, The Thing, Christine, They Live, Prince of Darkness, In the Mouth of Madness, and others.
Hitchcock would usually be a unanimous number one on most people’s lists, but besides Psycho and The Birds, a lot of his other films could be called suspense rather than horror (which isn’t to say that they weren’t classics).
I’d like to hear your opinion – please feel free to comment.
Amazing article by Hugh Howey: So you want to be a writer.
Some of the best advice I’ve read in a long time, maybe since reading Stephen King’s must-read ON WRITING.
Just wanted to let everyone know that the sequel to ANCIENT ENEMY is on sale for a short time on Kindle for .99 cents (or free to borrow if you’re subscribed to Kindle Unlimited).
You can pick it up here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01K42JBGW
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WHAT LIES BELOW is on sale for .99 cents for a short time on Kindle.
You can grab it here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0143LADEY
DEVIL’S ISLAND is still on sale for a few more days at .99 cents – an island with a terrible secret …
You can get it here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B06WWJC6VD
Both are free to borrow if you’re subscribed to Kindle Unlimited.
I can’t wait to see the IT remake. I’m a little anxious because I loved the TV miniseries so much (I know a lot of people thought it was cheesy, but I loved it). But after watching this trailer, I’m really looking forward to seeing this film.
I found the trailer for IT at Blumhouse.com and here’s the link:
I’m very proud to be included in Kevin Kennedy’s anthology of Easter horror stories. It’s an honor to be included in a collection with some of my favorite authors.
The collection is available for preorder on Amazon right now and I hope everyone will check it out and help spread the word. You can find it here: