Too Much for a Facebook Post

From time to time, I like to bump a fellow writer on my Facebook page when he or she has a new release. Now is one of those times, but there's just too much going on at once for a simple Facebook post.

As you may or may not know, I am affiliated with two groups of writers. DeadPixel Publications and Authors and Dragons.

I'll begin with someone who, like me, is part of both groups. Steve Wetherell. Where my short story, Guts and Volts, failed to make the cut in the first issue of Amygdala Magazine, Steve's short story, Roll the Credits, is in there. Way to go, Steve!

But that's not all Steve's been up to. He's also just released the fourth of his Doomsayer books, A Dark Night Begins. I haven't had a chance to read it yet (it literally just came out yesterday), but I really enjoyed the first three books in the series.

Also new at DPP, Renee Miller has released the second in her Fangs and Fur series, called Sex, Transvestites, Angels and Assholes: What if Everybody Dies? Some of my short stories don't have the word count of that title.

Thomas Cardin has just released the first of what appears may become a series called Terminals. The book is called Transformation.

And finally, from the DPP aisle, Allison M. Dickson has recently released a trio of short stories called Three.

Now, to Authors and Dragons.

Drew Hayes has recently put out the long-awaited sequel to NPCs, called Split the Party.

The size of these images is not necessarily indicative of any favor on my part. I'm working with what images I can find on Google.

The size of these images is not necessarily indicative of any favor on my part. I'm working with what images I can find on Google.

And Rick Gualtieri has been rocking the shit with the seventh (SEVENTH!!!) book in the Tome of Bill series, The Wicked Dead, currently ranked #1 in Horror Comedy, alongside some pretty impressive names. Nice job, Rick!

Like I said... working with what I find on Google.

Like I said... working with what I find on Google.

And finally, I'd like to share an announcement that is neither a particularly new release nor affiliated with either of the two aforementioned groups. My editor, Joan Reginaldo, invited me to contribute a short story to the anthology she was making her self-publishing debut in. If you haven't picked up Fresh Cuts yet, it's currently on sale for $2.99!