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    That is really neat. Wish I lived nearby. Good luck!
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    Later this year I'll have a new Halloween themed collection coming out, called HALLOWEEN HOUSE OF HORRORS. I'm a Halloween nut and write Halloween themed stories every October, so I'm very excited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markgunnells View Post
    Later this year I'll have a new Halloween themed collection coming out, called HALLOWEEN HOUSE OF HORRORS. I'm a Halloween nut and write Halloween themed stories every October, so I'm very excited.

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    Got to love Halloween!

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    A couple of things recently I'm very proud of. In the latest issue of Apex, I have an essay about my experience being a gay author working in the horror genre. http://www.apex-magazine.com/a-whole-new-world/

    And my little haiku placed in the February Necon Flash Fiction Challenge: http://neconebooks.com/flash-fiction/

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    Looks like a book for me...I'll check it out. Good luck with it!

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    Good article, thanks for sharing.

    And love that haiku! It bumped Tales from the Midnight Shift way up in the queue.
    “Reality is a nice place to visit, but you wouldn’t want to live there.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by markgunnells View Post
    A couple of things recently I'm very proud of. In the latest issue of Apex, I have an essay about my experience being a gay author working in the horror genre. http://www.apex-magazine.com/a-whole-new-world/

    And my little haiku placed in the February Necon Flash Fiction Challenge: http://neconebooks.com/flash-fiction/
    I just read your haiku. Stark. Nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by William J. Grabowski View Post
    Looks like a book for me...I'll check it out. Good luck with it!
    Thanks so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugen View Post
    Good article, thanks for sharing.

    And love that haiku! It bumped Tales from the Midnight Shift way up in the queue.
    Bless you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by William J. Grabowski View Post
    I just read your haiku. Stark. Nice.
    Thanks, it's hard to get any kind of coherent narrative in a haiku, but I enjoy the challenge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markgunnells View Post
    A couple of things recently I'm very proud of. In the latest issue of Apex, I have an essay about my experience being a gay author working in the horror genre. http://www.apex-magazine.com/a-whole-new-world/

    And my little haiku placed in the February Necon Flash Fiction Challenge: http://neconebooks.com/flash-fiction/
    Great essay and Haiku Mark! Congrats! It's cool that Douglas Clegg commented on your essay

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    Hi guys, lurker with something to share.

    Some of you may have read my story Jumper in Stephen King's On Writing, or seen my work in Nightmare Magazine and other places.

    My new book, Black Cat Mojo, has just hit the stands. Available in ebook & paperback.

    It's a wild ride. Hope you'll check it out & help me spread the word.



    http://www.cometpress.us/books/blackcatmojo.html

    It’s almost as if someone smashed Dashiell Hammett’s seamless noir patter, Elmore Leonard’s pitch-perfect ear for hapless characters, Quentin Tarantino’s sardonic sense of irony and Clive Barker’s unflinching portrayal of sexual pain/pleasure into a blender, mixing in a heaping helping of Stephen King’s pop culture mise–en–scčne framing. Howe bobs and weaves, pulling it all together in a denouement that is as satisfying as it is completely unexpected.

    http://hellnotes.com/black-cat-mojo-book-review

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    This looks too good to pass up. As a Hellnotes contributing editor, I can only thank Walt Hicks for his helpful review. Best of luck with BLACK CAT MOJO (great title).

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    Quote Originally Posted by William J. Grabowski View Post
    This looks too good to pass up. As a Hellnotes contributing editor, I can only thank Walt Hicks for his helpful review. Best of luck with BLACK CAT MOJO (great title).
    Thanks, William. Yeah, Walt's review is fantastic, very generous! Hope he's whetted your appetite to give the book a shot.

    Are you associated with an anthology called In The Trenches, by any chance? Have a friend who placed his first story there.

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    I got an honorable mention in Necon's March Flash Fiction Challenge. http://neconebooks.com/flash-fiction/

    It's called SARTANI THE MAGNIFICENT

    I also got a Horror In A Hundred story published in Dark Discoveries magazine #29 http://hellnotes.com/horror-in-a-hun...william-morgan. Talk about being deliriously happy!
    http://damaged-mind-shattered-soul.com//

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    Congrats, that's great!

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    Got a kick out of both of these stories, smokedragon. Well done, and thanks for sharing!
    “Reality is a nice place to visit, but you wouldn’t want to live there.”
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    Congrats!

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    It finally happened. I'm published! My story "Howl" which started here in the forum contest has been published by Blue Stone Publishing in their anthology "First Light".

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    "Dance until your feet hurt. Sing until your lungs hurt. Act until you're William Hurt." - Phil Dunphy ("Modern Family"), from Phil's-osophy.

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    Congratulations Terry! What a great accomplishment!

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