It's been too long since I've posted here, so I wanted to provide at least a little news. Lindsay and I are in the process of revising A Tide of Ice, the sequel to A Count of Five, and still plan to get that out in November. Expect an exact date and cover reveal soon.
I've also been working on a few short stories, some of which I'll be posting over at Mainlining Christmas later this year.
What? You think it's too early to think about Christmas? You're more interested in Halloween? Humbug!
Tell you what: I'll meet you halfway. Here are five Christmas horror pieces I've written to help ease the pain of Christmas gradually overtaking the world one department store aisle at a time:
The Christmas Thief: A horror story about a robber who discovers he isn't the only thief out on Christmas.
The Perfect Gift: Is it easier or harder to go shopping after a zombie apocalypse? Find out here!
A Man of Snow: Is consciousness a gift or a curse? This dark fantasy story offers a different account of life as a magical snow elemental than you're probably used to.
Heirlooms: A simple, classic ghost story.
Double Feature: A killer Santa Claus is on the loose. Again.