Eat Me Like a Sacrament – A Review of Spider Spun and The Cannibal’s Handbook

Reviewer James Nicoll has been at it again. I love the title for his latest review of my weird fantasy/horror short stories Spider Spun and The Cannibal’s Handbook. It was an unexpected surprise to see the review yesterday. His comments about my stories being “disturbing” turned my grumpy mood inside out and upside down. Click Read More …

It’s August Already?!

I’ve been a little quiet lately with my updates, only publishing important information when I need to. I suppose it’s because I’m trying to enjoy summer while investigating what’s preventing my right hip from healing properly, and managing my Bells Palsy and seasonal migraines. I do what I can on the computer, until I can’t. Read More …

A Few New Events Coming Up!

September trundles along, and a glimpse at the calendar indicates that in less than a couple of weeks, I’ll be engaging in several events that will occur on the last weekend in September and the first weekend in October. To all the organizers of these upcoming events, I will do my best to promote you! Modus Vivendi Group Read More …

Spider Spun & The Cannibal’s Handbook at The Vault in Hespeler

A belated Happy New Year to everyone!   What better way to start the New Year than to let everyone know that if you live in Hespeler (Cambridge) or are passing through, the booklet editions for Spider Spun and The Cannibal’s Handbook are available in a double pack at the amazingly horrific and ghoulish shop Read More …

Spider Spun – A Pre-Release Short Horror Story

If you’ve been on Facebook following my posts lately, you may have noticed that I’ve been busy writing, revising, and producing a short story booklet titled Spider Spun. Spider Spun is a psychological horror, with some gory bits, about Izzy Idris, a house wife who has difficulty with change, hell, with reality in general. It’s a strange Read More …