Hello fellow horror fiction fans. This has been another great week for me again. I sold some more copies of Zombie Command: A Horror Anthology. This morning I posted my first short story on shortfictionbreak.com. I will be posting one to two short stories per month via that website. My introduction story for the website is The Candy Factory. Here's the link http://shortfictionbreak.com/2014/08/31/the-candy-factory
I had a lot of fun writing this one. I call this my Willy Wonka meets Halloween 3 story. If you ever been to a candy store/factory like Albanese in Hobart, Indiana, then you'll love this story. You will never enjoy eating gummy bears in the same way ever again. Shortfictionbreak.com is a great place for readers to discover short stories from new authors in all genres. Check the website out and enjoy all the stories.
The final edits for Second Journey Into the Unknown will be done today. All I have to do is assemble all the stories in the order that I want and then off to the press it goes. October 1, 2014 is the projected release date, but it may be available a week sooner than that. I will keep everybody posted.
With me now in the process of writing short stories for shortfictionbreak.com, another horror anthology is in the making. Besides The White Wolf, which will make its debut on sfb next month, I have two outlines for other stories so far. Claws vs MechaPuss will be the sequel to the short story Claws from Second Journey Into the Unknown. Being that Claws is a parody of all the Syfy channel movies, a sequel with a robot version was logical. Sorry Vulcans for stealing your phrase. The Hive is based on the news article about the family discovering their bed in their rarely used guest room was destroyed and turned into a nest by five thousand wasps.
I learned this week that my reissue of Journey Into the Unknown by Mark Cusco And I without the poetry will be issued via paperback as well. Originally it was going to be an ebook release only, but now the deluxe horror edition with Zombie Hunter will be in print form available through Amazon and on my online weebly bookstore.
Everybody remember that Labor Day isn't complete without some horror. This is the perfect time to pull out your horror movie and book collection and scare yourself silly. Why wait until October. Every month is a horror month. The Walking Dead is a little over a month away. Had to throw that fact out there.
Everybody have a safe Labor Day Weekend.
Until next time