Skip to main content

Top 100, Flash Fiction, and Chasing 'The Running Man'


Woke up this morning and our Detroit mayor was sentenced to 28 years in prison and our Detroit Tigers moved on to face the Boston Red Sox.

And certainly somehow related, my novel On the Lips of Children was in the top 100 on amazon in the horror category. I took a screen shot because I knew it wouldn’t last, but I was just behind Stephen King's 'The Running Man.'

93.
by Stephen King
Kindle Edition
$5.99
94.
by Mark Matthews
Kindle Edition
$3.99

Perhaps it was helped along by blogger and author Michael Garza who gave a great review andsummary on his blog here:

Also, if you have 2 minutes and 42 seconds, check out this piece of flash fiction I wrote for a fellow Books of the Dead author. It's slightly dark, pretty cool, and fits the Halloween season. Check it out here: "My Infection"

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

THE TIGER IN THE LIFEBOAT, by Christa Carmen

I put out a call for guest blog posts, particularly from writers who may have been touched by addiction. Huge thanks to writer Christa Carmen who responded by sticking a knife in her heart and spilling it all over the page. Christa has stories splattered about the book world, and one has landed in Year'sBest Hardcore Horror, Volume 2.She's been a tireless advocate for addiction awareness and treatment, and has written a truly touching and personal blog post. Check it out:


You’ll probably agree with me when I say that the word ‘epic’ is an overused one. ‘That was an epic party last night, man.’ ‘The cupcakes Betsie made for Jess’s party were epic!’ ‘Whoa, Claire just delivered the most epic of epic burns!’ Despite the propensity for ‘epic’ to be thrown around like a Frisbee at a frat house, I’ve never shied from attributing the term to certain works of fiction, or from feeling more connected to those works because of it.


When I was in middle school, I was always primed for the …

BODY OF CHRIST is on the Preliminary Ballot of the Horror Writers Association Bram Stoker Awards.

Happy to announce that my novella BODY OF CHRIST is on the Preliminary Ballot of the Horror Writers Association Bram Stoker Awards.


BODY OF CHRIST on Amazon

Thanks to everyone who voted.

BODY OF CHRIST is the story of a young boy who secretly builds his own Jesus out of communion wavers and the flesh of his dead father. (Of course, his Jesus will rise, like Christ-figures tend to do. )

HWA members who want a copy (and of course you do) I've got PDF, Mobi, limited number of paperbacks and audio-book vouchers. Also look to this space for another amazon FREEBIE.

..or I'll simply read it to you bedside and you'll have a spiritual awakening.

Message me at: WickedRunPress@gmail.com


Want to think some fine folks who helped with this piece, John FD Taff, Andi and Charlene, Julie Hutchings, and the gang of Corpus Press.


Many of my favorite titles on this list below, and I hope to read as many of those I haven't in the short window.

See y'all in Grand Rapids.



2018 Bra…

Lullabies for Suffering: Tales of Addiction Horror

Lullabies for Suffering:  Tales of Addiction Horror, with stories by: Caroline Kepnes Gabino Iglesias John FD Taff Mercedes M Yardley Mark Matthews Kealan Patrick Burke
coming January 2020