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Coffin Hop Stop #1: Teric Darken

Welcome to my wing of the haunted mansion that is the Coffin Hop Horror Web Tour. Today I podcast interview Christian Thriller writer, Teric Darken. Here is an audio sample of the interview you can find in its entirety at the Holy Worlds Podcast: Coffin Hop Interview with Teric Darken. Last year I interviewed the […]

Tripart Announcement: My first published story, Monsters! Anthology and Coffin Hop Horror Web Tour

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I sent in my first contract and final draft of what will be my first published story, “Cornhusker: Demon Gene,” to A Flame in the Dark Magazine, to be published in their Monsters! Anthology, October 31st. The behind the scenes story for this first publication credit is a fun one. When I heard about this […]

AudioTim 32: Hugh Howey, Author of Wool Omnibus

Welcome to the first part of two podcasts with Hugh Howey. In this first part, Hugh and I discuss his breakout series, Wool Omnibus. We take a few questions from readers off of Twitter, and even hear a little bit about his zombie story, I, Zombie. (Check out his video of reading an excerpt live.) […]

AudioTim 28: Roundtable Podcast Brainstorms Zombie Novel

Dave Robison and Brion Humphrey of the brand-spankin new Roundtable Podcast are back at it again. Well, we never really stopped, but with the magic of editing it sounds that way. This is the second hour of our interview, and in this part I volunteer to let them show me what their show does for […]

AudioTim 27: Roundtable Podcast, Origin and Destination

Dave Robison and Brion Humphrey of the brand-spankin new Roundtable Podcast helped me produce two hours of podcast gold. This episode is the first hour, split in half by a promo for the Fullcast Podcast, and in it we get to know Dave and Brion. I can’t remember a more comical introduction to two people. […]

3rd Draft Complete and Book Release Day for Justin Macumber’s HAYWIRE

The son of a general shipwrecks a rogue mission on a planet housing a telepathic family, berserker soldiers, and his only way home places him in the middle of the chaos that ensues.

[Editor’s note: My podcast interview with Justin Macumber is now up. AudioTim Episode 29: Justin Macumber and his publisher, David Wood, discuss Justin’s debut SF novel, HAYWIRE] Today has been bittersweet for more than one reason, but I’m trying to focus on the sweet, so here’s the good news: I finished the 3rd Draft of […]

AudioTim 24: Lane Diamond and D.T. Conklin of Evolved Publishing

Today’s interview is the first of two with Lane Diamond and D.T. (Dan) Conklin (the Kobe Bryant’s of publishing duos? Sorry, last episode was the Michael Jordan of Mad Scientists, Michell Plested, so, anyway…). I decided to publish the second part first because it includes information about Evolved Publishing’s upcoming anthology, Evolution: Vol. 2 which […]

Saturday Spotlight: “Courage through Fear” by Ruby Standing Deer

Another five-star story from Evolved Publishing’s anthology Evolution: Volume One is “Courage through Fear” by Ruby Standing Deer. This story caught me off guard with my immediate fear and concern for the main character. This 21 year old girl grifting cross-country with alcoholic husband finds out too late the cost of their freedom. Emotional attachment […]

AudioTim 22: Nick Zaino III, Author of Horror, Humor and Non-fiction

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This week’s Saturday Spotlight has grown into its own podcast. Author, Nick Zaino III, wrote two great short stories in the zombie genre: Walter’s Friends (One Buck Horror:Volume 4) and Sing for Your Life (In Delirium Bloom). Scroll down for giveaway. I asked if he’d do a Saturday Spotlight reading for me, but I wanted […]

Review and Ebook Giveaway of Forgive Me, Alex by Lane Diamond

Forgive Me, Alex by Lane Diamond My rating: 5 of 5 stars This book is gruesome and emotional right out of the gate. The main character, Tony, goes through some monumental losses throughout the story. These aren’t the kind of losses that you can just blow off as insignificant because Lane’s writing makes you really […]