It’s been awhile since I posted anything, largely because I was on vacation last week and I’ve been playing catchup this week. But I’m back bearing two pieces of good news:
First is that Jennings Grove has finally gone live. The first of a three-part prologue is up and ready for you to read.
My second piece of news is that you no longer have to boot up a computer to read a piece of fiction by Jeff Parish. Triangulation: End of Time has officially gone on sale! This anthology of speculative fiction not only includes my cowboy zombie apocalypse “That Ain’t a Mosey” (fourth in the Table of Contents), but also work from Ian Creasey, Dario Ciriello, Tim Pratt, Idan Cohen, Jetse de Vries, Michael Stone, Kurt Kirchmeier, D.K. Latta, Ashley Arnold, Matthew Johnson, Rebecca W. Day, Trent Walters, Scott Almes, Jessica E. Kaiser, Terry Hayman, Katherine Shaw, Jared Axelrod, Sue Burke and Geoffrey Thorne.
Check it out! Better yet, buy a copy.
The horror continues in a new online serial novel called Jennings Grove, presented by Graveside Tales. The darkness is coming to get you soon…
When Vernon Hamilton loses his job and prospects for employment in Houston dry up, he moves his family to a small community in far north Texas. As the sun sets, they discover just how dark the country can get away from big city lights, and they learn the darkness of Jennings Grove isn’t like other places. It’s alive, and it hungers. Can Vernon save his family from the night in his new home? Can he even save himself?
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“Thinking Small” seems to be having a little bit of trouble finding a home. I got a five-day rejection from Fantasy & Science Fiction (and that includes the time in the mail) and today, a two-day rejection from GUD. Now it’s off to Blood, Blade & Thruster.