Wednesday, October 12, 2016

New Website II

I've finally done it!

The Nickronomicon has it's own website, a place where I can schedule posts ahead of time and keep track of friends and foes alike. If you're subscribed already, visit there through this link and sign up! That way you can get the daily uploads that I have.

Click me to go to new website!

Friday, September 30, 2016

New Webpage

     Finally went and did it, made a web page with Wix. This will be where I post from now on, so follow the link to see the stories!

I was a Haunted House Attraction

     The London Horror Society is a great blog with many amazing writers who read, review, and share their experiences in the realm of horror cinema and literature. I'm a writer there (I publish once a month) and decided to break away from my normal routine to share my time as a haunted house employee. It was a number of years ago, and I did it multiple years in a row. I think it's really helped me come up with some of the stranger ideas for my stories.
     Here's the article!
     Also, for your enjoyment, a monkey riding a bull!

The Horror!

Monday, September 26, 2016

Vampire Books for Blood

     I just signed up to change half the proceeds of Dead and Proud of It given to Red Cross as a donation for the Halloween season. This is a publicity event done by the following group:

     So if you feel like helping a worthy cause and grabbing a scary vampire novel, do it starting October 1st! Between my posts in October and my appearance at an Indie Book Conference on the 8th, I'm going to be hopping around like mad this October. Hopefully I can handle it!

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Hunter's of the Dead: Witches War

     Live on Inkitt, this is a Dark Fantasy set in an alternate universe Earth where the supernatural has existed for as long as man can remember. A secretive order of warriors and mystics have banded together to help eradicate the growing darkness, and they have a new swell in the waves on the horizon.

Hunter's of the Dead: Witches War
     The image is, of course, the link to the site where you can read it for free. Pay it a visit and see if you like what you read. Leave comments and tell me what you like and don't like. Or simply visit to make me feel better.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Update: Going on Hiatus Until October 1st

     I know I was on a small break earlier, but after churning out this last novel (and two others), I'm tired. My leg is hurting more and my painkillers make my head fuzzy. But October is my main month out of the year, so I'll save up my creative juices for October to make certain we have a blast. I'm going to be in the blog hop once more, and I'll have a giveaway set up for one of my novels. I'll link any anthologies that have my work that come out, so just kick back and relax.
     See you October 1st!

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Stitched Smile Publication

      A publisher putting out a brand new story of mine in an (of course!) horror-themed anthology this coming October, this group is by far the most friendly to their authors that I've ever encountered. They have a person who is dedicated to answering and helping all of their authors, single shooters and serial writers alike, with anything within her power. They have a Editor-in-Chief/President that is responsive to e-mails, and a Public Relations expert to help market your books, so long as you promise to promote them as well.
      Best of all their contracts are simple, to the point, and easy to work with. In this industry, you have some contracts that make you read them two or three times just to freaking understand who is representing whom, so a brief contract that gets to the point is a refreshing change of pace.
      I think (not certain) that I'll be in four anthologies this coming October, as one I signed at the beginning of the years has been waiting for the season of scares to release their macabre collection. Then there's this fine publisher that'll be putting out an interesting collection with a story that I can say is honestly one of my more original tales. Siren's Call Publishers has a story of mine that they still need to send me the final proof on, and Jaded Books Publishing will soon be releasing a truly terrifying collection that'll leave you wondering what the hell is wrong with the authors.
      If they're all released in October, alongside my own novel on October 8th, I'm going to be a busy freaking bee promoting everything to Hell and back. Expect my twitter presence to double, and to see facebook posts alerting you to my new appearances in paperback.
      Finally, the London Horror Society will be publishing an article about my time as a ghoul in the haunted house scene. Right now they have some great articles on The Blair Witch and a great rundown of everything to do with the [REC] franchise. They're a great group based out of the UK, and I'm proud to work with them. They're like Cracked, except their articles are all reviews or stories revolving around the horror world, in both print and film.
     This little update came because of the fact that my pets woke me up really early, and I'm just so happy to see so many projects finally taking off. When I guessed that I was a winter author, I really wasn't kidding!

Friday, September 2, 2016

Book Preview: Lust of the Damned

The first chapter of my upcoming novel, a horror erotica that I must reiterate: this one is not for children! I am not going to be friendly to any parent who sends me an e-mail saying their kid is reading smut produced by yours truly. It was an interesting challenge putting out this particular style of my genre, one that I may do again in the future. As of now, this is a story of a college girl and her adventures into the world of the living dead.
No Necrophilia or oddness like that, I promise. Part mystery, part humor, and a lot of "heated" moments for those who like them. There's even a bit of action tossed in to make the suspense be a big payoff.
Anyway, I think that's enough rambling. Enjoy the first chapter and be sure to keep an eye out for this to be released early October!

Thursday, September 1, 2016


     Sorry for the lack of updates, I've been taking it easy since my wife had the week off. To fill the gap I'll be posting something fun tomorrow, something a few of you may have forgotten about. I think it's time to pick up Ivan and the Hunt once more, maybe even add a little to Hung. I'll post Friday, Saturday, Sunday and then resume my normal schedule.
     In recent news, I'll be a featured author at the first annual Indie Authors Day on October 8th here in San Antonio from 11 AM to 12 PM at BiblioTech South 3505 Pleasanton Road (a local San Antonio Library). I'll bring a few books for people to take a peek in, some magazines I've been in and a list of works I will be in for the next few months. Here is the site for the national event if you are interested.
     My next novel is something I'll be posting up on Amazon on the 8th to celebrate the day, and it will be a tad, ahem, risque so this one will be for adults only. There will be fair warning, so please don't send me angry letters or e-mails.
     I've actually received one from some parents who found out their kids downloaded Dead and Proud of It. Didn't think I would have to explain that a story involving an insane vampire working for the undead mafia would be something your eight-year-old should avoid, but hey, this is America.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Fall Harvest, Part One

Kim was walking along the road towards the sunset, to a frat house where the party of the year was being held by the oldest son of the family, Riley Gilpine. The boy was something of an ass, but he was always able to get kegs and liquor for his parties, which made him tolerable. The fact that he was on the prowl for Kim’s older sister made her feel all the better, as the boy was far too brave for his own good.