Author Archives: danielshumphreys

Release date roundup!

Places Beyond the Wild will be out for a Z-Day (October 18) release. Link in the sidebar will go live as soon as I have it. A few weeks after that, the shared universe anthology JTF 13 drops. It’s a bit like … Continue reading

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Road trip! … and other updates

I’m taking the show westerly (westish?) early next month. If central Missouri is convenient to you, stop on by! And how about that? Z-Day is, in case you missed the updated pictures in the sidebar, an official Amazon bestseller, with … Continue reading

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The Z-Day universe is expanding

I’ve said it before, and I’m saying it again now: I fully intended A Place Outside the Wild to be a standalone novel. I wrote it to get the beast out of my head, so I could focus on the … Continue reading

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New launches, early goodies, and you!

Lest you think I’ve been slacking, the audio releases of A Place Called Hope and A Place for War are live on Audible. The latest Pax book, has a smoking cover and is available for pre-order on Amazon in paperback and … Continue reading

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Audio versions of Z-Day 2 and 3 will be available SOON and other updates

I had an interesting time finding a new narrator for the Z-Day series, and there were more than a few false starts on the way. If it took all that to find the right man, it’s worth it, because I’m ecstatic … Continue reading

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The Silence (2019) Review

Fair warning: I’m going to spoil the identity of the monsters in Netflix’s original film The Silence. If only because going by the trailers you’d assume that they’re bats.

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Shazam! review

The family and I lucked into another sneak peak last night, and got to see Shazam two weeks before its official release date. I grew up reading Batman and The Punisher, but Captain Mar … err, Shazam, will always hold … Continue reading

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