Gothic horror shares many elements in common with traditional horror and old-fashioned ghost stories, but it's definitely it's own specific sub-genre. Instead of utilizing lots of gore and a more modern, straight-forward writing approach, Gothic horror concerns itself more with emotions, symbolism, and setting a creepy ambiance. Examples of classic Gothic horror range from Frankenstein and Dracula to The Haunting … Continue reading Gothic Horror Explained: How it’s Different from Standard Horror
My debut horror novel, The Haunting of Cabin Green: A Modern Gothic Horror Novel, is available now for Kindle. The paperback will be released next month. The book is steadily climbing the charts and is currently in the Top 100 Best Sellers for Ghost Fiction and United States Horror, along with the Top 100 Hot New Releases … Continue reading The Haunting of Cabin Green is Available Now!
The talented Dr. Machina creates humorous pop art by combining old, forgotten comic book panels with new dialogue. He created this funny take on Vasilisa the Terrible: A Baba Yaga Story, and I love it! Be sure to check out his website for more or head to Amazon to pick up a copy of his … Continue reading Art Based on ‘Vasilisa the Terrible’
The latest book in my Midnight Myths and Fairy Tales series came out yesterday, and it's already become a #1 best seller in Amazon's Canada store! I'm very grateful to my Canadian readers for all of their support. Death Song of the Sea: A Celtic Story is dark retelling of the classic Irish folk tale The Bride's … Continue reading ‘Death Song of the Sea’ is a #1 Amazon Best Seller in Canada
Vasilisa the Terrible: A Baba Yaga Story is currently an Amazon Bestseller in the Canada store! It's been holding steady as a bestseller in multiple categories for several days. Here are the best stats of the week to date: Kindle Store - #33 Kindle Store->Short Stories - #1 Books->Short Stories - #1 Books->Mythology & Folk Tales - … Continue reading ‘Vasilisa the Terrible’ is an Amazon Bestseller in Canada
Vasilisa the Terrible: A Baba Yaga Story continues to do well (it even spent a few days on the Kindle Short Reads Top 100 Literature & Fiction list). Thank you to everyone who has supported it with a purchase, Kindle Unlimited read, review, and/or social media share! I truly appreciate it! And if you haven't checked … Continue reading Media Interview and Book Updates