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Werewolves: the Army’s latest superweapon

In Friedkin’s Curse: A Werewolf Tale of Terror part of the story comes from the military trying to capture the legendary creature to experiment on it for weapons purpose. The government weaponizing a creature like this might seem far-fetched, but when … Continue reading

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Ghost Story

Below is the Ghost Story that I told as part of the Ghost Story panel at Connooga 2015. The audience member before me, told a very emotional and dark story of one of his encounters. Because of this, I adjusted … Continue reading

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My Connooga Schedule

I wanted to let everyone know that I will be at Connooga this weekend. You can find me in the dealer’s section with my cover artist. We’ll have copies of both Winston & Baum books as well as Friedkin’s Curse: … Continue reading

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It’s a Brand New Year . . . of Wonder!

Hello all and Happy New Year!  I hope you all had good seasonal festivities.  Now I know some of you are most likely still cradling a few gift cards looking for the perfect purchase to make with them or have received … Continue reading

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The rundown of what I’ve been doing.

Hello out there. Sorry I haven’t written in a little bit. Ever since Dragoncon things have been a bit hectic. I’m settling down in a new job, so that takes some time. Also I’m currently working a few new stories. … Continue reading

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Brian Keene: Icon of Horror

A little over 10 years ago, I picked up a zombie book called The Rising. By a first time novelist, Brian Keene. The book was quite possibly one of the best novels I had ever read. I immediately became of … Continue reading

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The Expendables meet C’thulhu

Did I just grab your attention with that title?  Good.   Larry Correia’s Monster Hunter International (MHI) series is definitely Expendables meeting the world of Lovecraft with lots of other monsters thrown in for good measure. The MHI series takes … Continue reading

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Some Independence Day Reading

Hey out there, I thought with the 4th of July being upon us, that I would share some of my favorite books about our service men and women and the dangers they confront.  Click on any of the covers below … Continue reading

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Back after a full weekend

Caralyn and I are back after a fantastic show at Scifi Summer Con.  It was a smaller con, but we were able to meet some amazing people and have a good time.   So since we’re back, I have some … Continue reading

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Out on the town

Just a quick note to let everyone know that this weekend, my wife and I will be attending Scifi Summer Con in Atlanta. Caralyn is attending as an artist and will be located in the dealer room, I will also … Continue reading

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