Jen Haeger interviewed me for her blog. I recognized her name from other Midwest conventions but didn't have the pleasure of meeting her until  this past February at CapriCon in Chicago. She's the author of Moonlight Medicine, a paranormal romance trilogy about a werewolf and his veterinarian lover. Read the interview here.

Interview with Josh Strnad, editor of Silent Screams

Update: Silent Screams is available at Amazon as a paperback or Kindle download. *** I had some time to talk to Josh Strnad about his first anthology, Silent Screams, coming out from his new imprint, Serpent and Dove Speculative Fiction, the power that fiction can have, and work life balance. *** Chimerical Dark: Hi Josh, … Continue reading Interview with Josh Strnad, editor of Silent Screams

Penguicon 2015 Schedule

Instead of answering one of the questions from Flint Horror Collective's Beyond the Book panel, I wanted to post my schedule for Penguicon, happening this weekend, April 24-26, at the Westin in Southfield, MI. If you live in the Metro Detroit Area, I highly recommend attending. It's a lot of fun and it has something … Continue reading Penguicon 2015 Schedule

Blog Tour for An Aberrant Mind by Ken MacGregor

Ken MacGregor writes horror, fantasy, mystery, comedy and children's fiction, the elements sometimes overlapping. His short stories have appeared in anthologies by Siren's Call Publications, Hazardous Press, Blood Bound Books, Mystery and Horror, LLC and more. Cellar Door, which includes one of Ken's stories, won the Gothic Readers' Choice Award in 2013. Ken is a … Continue reading Blog Tour for An Aberrant Mind by Ken MacGregor

Blog Tour Post

This week, I'll be answering some questions about my writing process for a Blog Tour that Michael Cieslak included me on. Michael is a Board Member for the Great Lakes Association of Horror Writers and writer and editor. His latest anthology, Desolation: 21 Tales for Tails, includes tales of loneliness, isolation, and abandonment. A portion … Continue reading Blog Tour Post

Being Interviewed

On Friday, I gave my first interview for a feature article about me and Clean Freak. It was a thrilling experience. The interviewers (there were three of them!) were quite nice. Most of the questions were pretty straight-forward, but one surprised me. They asked what I hoped my readers would take away from reading Clean … Continue reading Being Interviewed

Interview with Jay Wilburn

Jay Wilburn was a public school teacher for 16 years. He left to care for his younger son and to be a full-time writer. He lives in beautiful Conway, South Carolina with his wife and two sons. Jay was featured in Best Horror of the Year vol. 5, edited by Ellen Datlow. His work has … Continue reading Interview with Jay Wilburn