Prehistoric Teeth in Warrant for Damnation

Welcome to day 5 of the October Frights Blog Hop. I’ve got an action packed excerpt from chapter 2 of Warrant for Damnation, book 2 in The Courier series. This book releases mid to late November. I hope you enjoy the read. Anyone who leaves a comment today gets a free copy of Warrant for Damnation in either paper or eBook. If you’d like to read book 1, It’s the last day to get Call … Read more…

Heart Stopping Terror Around Every Corner

When we think about terror, the most horrific things come to mind like terrorists, natural disasters and plane crashes. But there are a number of things that happen in our everyday lives that set our hearts a pounding out of control. Typically, these are little things that come back to haunt us every time we encounter them, and it’s almost embarrassing to admit that we fear these things. Let’s start the October Frights Blog Hop … Read more…

‘Tis the Season for Frightful Fun

Fall is my favorite time of year, and October is probably my favorite month because it’s so unpredictable in Colorado. The volatile weather can vary as much as 50 degrees in a single day, with snow in the morning and warm sunshine in the afternoon. And how can you not love natures changing colors just before a harsh period of sleep and death. Then there’s Halloween, my favorite holiday. For us horror writers, it’s also … Read more…

Book Review: Best of Halloween Tricks & Treats

Today’s Halloween book review is more of a magazine review. It’s Best of Halloween Tricks & Treats by Better Homes and Gardens. Here’s what it’s about: From spooky to whimsical and everything in between, this publication offers readers a wide variety of projects with a strong family focus that appeals to a broad range of consumers. With the “Better Homes and Gardens”(r) brand, readers can trust that the ideas and projects found inside will help … Read more…

Book Review: Halloween by Molly Aloian

Today’s Halloween book review is Halloween by Molly Aloian. Here’s what it’s about: Theres more to this spooky festivity than carving pumpkins and trick-or-treating. Halloween explores the history behind this yearly custom, including its roots in ancient Celtic tradition, as well as the costumed and candied evening it is today. This is another book about the holiday, a possible resource if you’re writing a paper for school about Halloween. It’s decent and easy to read. … Read more…

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