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video 2018-03-31 01:10

Non-book post, sorry. 

 

This is an abomination. I needed to share the horror that is ketchup and mustard cake.

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video 2018-02-13 22:59

This collection contains my novella, Loving the Goat. If you ever wondered what that might be like, you can give it a try for only 99¢!

Place your order now.

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video 2018-01-30 12:49

Here's an interview I did for Bizzong! The Bizarre and Weird Fiction Podcast.

 

If you're really not a podcast person, but you are interested in hearing me do a short reading from Taboogasm, you can scrub to around 49:54 (or just click here to jump to that bit). 

 

If you'd prefer, you may listen to the podcast at any of the following locations:

 

Project Entertainment Network
Stitcher
Player FM
iHeart Radio

iTunes

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video 2018-01-02 14:32

NEVER HAVE WE BEEN MORE CONNECTED
NEVER HAVE WE BEEN SO ALONE

 

01134 is a psychological horror/drama set in Japan. It’s sad. It’s strange. It’s a tad creepy in places. It’s… well, watch the book trailer and decide.

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video 2017-09-30 12:45

A new Kickstarter campaign is now open for: Corpse Cold: New American Folklore!

 

 

A NEW BOOK OF ILLUSTRATED SPOOK STORIES INSPIRED BY ‘80S AND ‘90S HORROR LAUNCHING ON KICKSTARTER ON SEPT. 30.

 

 

Corpse Cold: New American Folklore features 17 chilling campfire-style legends, written in homage to classic horror series like Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and Fear Street, intended for adult readers. The book is co-written by authors John Brhel and Joe Sullivan, and each story is accompanied by a macabre illustration by artist Chad Wehrle.

 

“We grew up watching Twilight Zone and Are You Afraid of the Dark? and reading books like Washington Irving’s The Sketch Book and various American horror anthologies,” said Brhel. “The unsettling stories and imagery found in books like Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark made an impact on Joe, Chad, and myself, all the way back in elementary school. In fact, those books are one of the biggest reasons why we write today. With Corpse Cold, we hope to provide that same sort of reading experience for people like us — readers who are grown up, but still nostalgic for creepy art and new takes on well, and lesser known, urban legends and folktales.”

 

Brhel and Sullivan have co-written several books of paranormal and weird fiction, including Tales From Valleyview Cemetery (2015) and At The Cemetery Gates: Year One (2016). They are launching their Kickstarter campaign to cover production costs for the book, as well as artist fees.

 

A selection of stories to be included in Corpse Cold: New American Folklore:

 

“Moss Lake Island” A carefree getaway in the Adirondacks takes a terrifying turn when two friends stumble upon an island inhabited by witches…

 

“Two Visions, 1984” A journalist on his way to cover an event with President Ronald Reagan picks up a hitchhiker with a series of visions regarding his future…

 

“The Woman on the Campus Green” A college student with a dark family history finds himself the subject of a strange secret admirer…

 

“Black Dog” Two teenage brothers encounter the strange creature that their father had warned them about since childhood, while hunting in the woods near their home…

 

“Autoplay On” A man falls asleep watching a playlist of internet videos and ends up playing a clip he was never supposed to see…

 

To view a preview of the Corpse Cold Kickstarter campaign,visit: Corpse Cold Kickstarter

For more information on Brhel and Sullivan, visit the following pages:

Facebook: Cemetery Gates Media

Instagram: Cemetery Gates Media

Website: Cemetery Gates Media

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