I’m in Silver Empire’s upcoming “Secret Stairs” anthology. The stairs concept was inspired by a series of online ghost stories, which in itself is a pretty fascinating concept: folklore of the modern age, spread virally through the Internet along the lines of Slenderman.
You can go here to check it out. The only catch is, if you snag one of the copies, please leave a review! My story is indirectly associated with the Paxtonverse of ‘Fade’ . . . and, by the by, I’ll have some interesting news regarding Pax in the not-so-distant future. . . stay tuned. 🙂
I’ve been slacking with the new content, so here’s a special treat for the weekend.
At the end of ‘Fade’, Paxton got out of the hospital and headed to Phoenix with Cassie. The road trip is about to go off the rails . . .
It was a mammoth undertaking, and kudos to my narrator, Chris Check. The finished product comes in at a massive 21+ hours, so if you’re looking for something to invest an Audible Credit on, it’s plenty long enough.
Check it out here.
Merry Christmas, everyone! Going to keep this short and sweet, but I couldn’t resist after watching Bright on Netflix the other night while finishing up the gift wrapping.
And yeah, just like Justice League, the critics have whiffed on this one. One reviewer even called Bright the worst film of 2017. Not sure if the My Little Pony movie is included in that list, but my Twilight Sparkle-lovin’ daughter was meh on it.
Anyway, Bright. I agree with the audience on this one. Check it out. Lord of the Rings crossed with End of Watch. Not an altogether new concept for those who’ve played Shadowrun, but a fun popcorn flick.