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text 2016-06-01 00:25
Short Story Month Draws to a Close

I'm capping off Short Story Month with a friendly reminder that you can grab a couple of my short stories for FREE, if you'd like.


You can grab "It Came From Hell and Smashed the Angels" for FREE from all over the place.

Amazon US
Barnes & Noble
Apple iBook

Also, if you subscribe to my New Release Mailing List, I'll send you a weird fairy tale called "I Will Tell You About Knoist."

You can go here to learn more and to subscribe.


Or, if you'd prefer to sign up via e-mail or through social media, you may do that, too. Here's a link to a list of places where you can contact me.

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text 2016-05-25 23:23
Celebrate Short Story Month! Grab Edward Lorn's "The Morning Dew" for FREE

It's FREE (today only). It's a bit of weird horror. It's by Edward Lorn. It's Short Story Month!

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text 2016-05-22 14:53
My Short Story Month Gift to You

To celebrate Short Story Month, I'm offering my short story Mr. Tucker & Me as a FREE download over at Amazon.

This one isn't a horror story. It falls somewhere on the cusp of science fiction and fantasy. It's about friendship and the importance of meditative Sunday drives.



Amazon US | Amazon UK | Amazon CA | Amazon AU



Amazon US | Amazon UK | Amazon CA | Amazon AU

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text 2016-05-21 01:34
Short Story Month Reading Update

I've read a good number of short stories this month. I like to jump between collections written by different authors to keep things mixed up.

Here's what I've read so far in May.

Note: My favorites are marked with an asterisk.

By Flannery O'Conner
A Stroke of Good Fortune
A Temple of the Holy Ghost
The Artificial Nigger*
A Circle in the Fire*

By Israel Finn
No Such Thing as Monsters

By Jason Parent

By James Newman
Dirty Black Summer
Bless This Meal, O Lord
Suffer the Children
Always Digging
Keeping Up with the Joneses
A Town Called Hatred*
Holy Rollers

By Craig Saunders
Mr. Wobble
Pour your Beer Slow
People need People...to Eat
The Last Cold Day
Playing Favourites
The Dead Have Feelings, Too
The Dream
The Giant Inside*
Edgar Dawn*

Have you been performing your civic duty and reading short stories this month? If so, please feel free to let me know what's good.

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text 2016-05-02 23:47
May is Short Story Month!

It's May. It's Short Story Month. I'll be reading only short fiction this month. 


No, that's a lie. Joe Hill's The Fireman comes out this month, so I'll be reading that, too.


Which brings me to this list of recommended short fiction collections. First up is...





Note: A Natural History of Hell doesn't come out until July, but it will be good. Jeffrey Ford is one of the best living short story writers. See.


Grab a book of short stories.

Download a quick read from your eBook retailer of choice. 

Support the art form.


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