Tuesday, July 12, 2011

It's almost Twitching Hour...

What an exciting week this is shaping up to be. First off, Twitch is released Friday and I'm in the process of embarking upon a blog & radio tour. The dates are listed on the top left and more are being added. On some of these blogs I'll be interviewing. On others, I'll be writing an article of some sort. I can honestly say that I am looking forward to it all. However, I also have to admit that writing the tale was considerably easier. And, I am going to do this again and again and...By the way, on each of these blog stops, I am giving away a copy of TWITCH as well as mailing the winner a signed copy of the cover too.

So, what's next after all this? In August I have a tale called The Pumpkin Patch that will be in the NorGus Press anthology Look What I Found. Here’s the blurb:

Little Johnny Walker was an explorer. The Pumpkin Patch was the last thing he ever found!

Here is a link to the Table of Contents 

And, I'm going to tackle my first full-length novel. It's more of a sci-fi tale (but there are some horror elements) that ties together Roswell, New Mexico and the Bermuda Triangle in a story that surrounds a government agency that can show you what could have happened had you taken a different route in life. But, you can't change it. So far I have seven or so main characters that have various repercussions both good and bad after attending the agency and I'm calling it Future PastMost of this tale is basically fleshed out and recently I have been tinkering with it. I'm hoping to finish and have it out by the end of the year. We’ll see.

However, it’s almost the Twitching Hour and there is still much to do including posting an excerpt on Thursday...

Stay Scared,



  1. I can't wait to get my hot little hands on it!

  2. The whole "Twitch" concept is totally awesome! Of course, as I have said before, one "Twitch" tale is not enough.

    I am very intrigued with your novel concept as well.

    Thomas Scopel: the thinking clown. Scary, but thinking!



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