Friday, July 1, 2011

Twitch Gets A 5 Spider Review


What a wonderful week it has been.


First of all, CK Webb, a proprietor of WebbWeaver and a co-writer of the rave reviewed book Cruelty To Innocents has reviewed Twitch. She has given it a 5 spider review (her highest rating). I am rather proud and would like to personally thank CK for taking the time. Read her review here.

And, I was interviewed by The Hot Author Report. Read it here.

Otherwise, I am deep into final editing and all the little tidbits that go with releasing a book. Things like organizing a blog tour, gathering promotional materials, writing synopsis, bio, and much more is involved. Trust me folks, there is much more to it than just simply writing it. However, I have no complaints and wouldn't change it for the world. And, you can bet that I'll do it again and again and again...

Therefore, I have placed the Daily Death on temporary hiatus, at least for the immediate future. Rest assured, I will continue it, but priorities are priorities and I am sorry for this. I certainly enjoy writing those little death ditties and I suspect I always will. So....it will be back. I just can't say exactly when, but I'll certainly let you know when.

What are my future plans?

Well, after Twitch, I have a novel that I started some time ago that I plan to finish, hopefully by the end of the year. It's a cross between horror and science fiction in a believable tale that ties together Roswell, NM, The Bermuda Triangle, and the government. I'm calling it Future Past. I'll keep you informed with the progress.

Recently I started a new blog too. However, it is not indigenously horror based. It entails all genres and allows my the opportunity to interview authors. It's called To Turn Pages and it can be found at http://toturnpages.blogspot.com/. It is a place where both readers and writers can find their next great read and offers author interviews, links to review sites and sometimes reviews themselves.
What am I currently reading?


I just picked up Ellen Datlow's The Best Horror of the Year Volume 3. Simply marvelously creepy and diverse. 21 tales and each distinct. Of course, I had to send her a message indicating my joy and she replied with don't have nightmares. Heh heh...yeah right...me....nightmares? I relish the thought. Nothing like waking up in the dark sporting a cold sweat and being afraid to move.



I also picked up Dean Koontz's Twilight Eyes. Let's just call it a creepy carnival thing...my cup of tea.

SideshowI really wanted Sideshow by William Ollie, but Barnes & Noble didn't have it. It's another creepy carnival tale. So....Amazon here I come.



And...how was your week?

Stay Scared,
Thomas

2 comments:

  1. Crazy busy is good. By the way:I was born in 1947 and I know where you live. Haha!

    Blaze

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Stay Scared,
Thomas