Did you miss my video interview with J.W. Donley from the Epeolatry Book Review and The Horror Tree? The transcript of the YouTube interview discussing my latest release, I Have Asked To Be Where No Storms Come, is now available, if you’d rather read than listen, or look up some amazing never-discussed before enlightening topic. Check out the interview transcript here!
No secret. I’ts hard. All of the marketing outrach, interview answering, genre research, image creation for my new western horror dark fantasy novel, I Have Asked To Be Where No Storms Come was primarily done sometime between 10am and 4am, whenever I was able to rock my baby to sleep. I chat about this experience over at The Horror Tree and how the duck I was able to write or stay productive… Read More
I had the honor of opening up about the scariest part of writing I Have Asked To Be Where No Storms Come over at Nicholas Kauffman’s blog. And it wasn’t the monsters or demons that scared me, but my own creative process. Read the guest blog here!
J.W. Donley and I swam some deep waters in this new author interview with The Horror Tree. We talked about the writing process and creative muse; ecological horror and climate implications; and of course how it all relates to my new release I Have Asked To Be Where No Storms Come. It was an absolute privilege and pleasure to be part of this. Check out the interview on Youtube! I can’t believe… Read More
Wondering if I Have Asked To Be Where No Storms Come is for you? Check out this list of dark fantasy westerns full of magic and gunslingers I made for Shepherd.com, an awesome site where you can discover all kinds of comparable books! Check it out here!
Max with City Wide Blackout talked shop with me — you know, that basics. Magic, descriptions of hell, villains, my pantsing writing style, and of course that I Have Asked To Be Where No Storms Come now has a paperback pre-order up. Typical coffee talk. Check out the interview here or if Spotify and Amazon Music is more your jam, tune in here: https://linktr.ee/CitywideMax.
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Are you tired of my book, yet? Well strap in, because y’all gotta make it to Friday and I have some cool stuff to share. I chatted with Mark over at Bloody Good Reads about book inspiration for I Have Asked To Be Where No Storms Come (out July 29!), story origins, and the evil man made me choose only three (three!) bloody good reads to recommend! Listen here to find out!
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Some like their spreads with cheese, others like their spreads with cards, Myself, I like my spreads book-shaped, and the cover’s looking real nice! Paperback pre-orders open on Wednesday, July 27. If you’re thinking, “Like whoa dude-man, that’s like super close to the release date, I’ll just wait,” then stop, hesitate, and listen. Pre-orders show buyer interest and nothing makes our capitalistic society as hungry as that. So, sure, you could wait… Read More
So before Midjourney was a thing, I hopped on wombo to play with words, art, and styles to create imagery for I Have Asked To Be Where No Storms Come. This is some of the crazy stuff that came out. And yes. I’m usually behind the trends. My prompts were dark western, witch brothers, underworld, lightning goddess, smoke demons, and hellish saloons! I Have Asked To Be Where No Storms Come releases… Read More
Comparative titles and blurbs. They’re a pain. Genre feels like a marketing game and sometimes it’s hard to pin your book into one category or another, especially if you’re like me and your elevator pitch attempts sound like, “Imagine Supernatural crossed with Lonesome Dove but like in an alternative history like American Hippo, and with a creature feature like in The Only Good Indians but, like, more dark fantasy slash weird west… Read More