Ooooo....spooky. Today begins an irregular feature on the blog called Fiction Friday. Mostly as an exercise for me to keep the pencils moving on short fiction that may or may not be tied to a larger project. I am thinking this may run once or twice a month to start. Today's story takes place in … Continue reading Fiction Friday: Pop-pop’s Gift
My short story, Lady Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Dancing Cadavers is now available wherever ebooks are sold. But, just in case, here are a few links for you:KindleBarnes and NobleKoboand, of course, the iBook Store.What is Lady Sherlock about?When an undertaker’s daughter witnesses her father’s suicide, she is suspicious; when she sees cadavers … Continue reading Lady Sherlock is here
This is the trailer for my horror short "Sunday Mourning". It will air as episode 2 of Primrose Tales sometime in 2017. I'll will, of course let you know when that happens. In the meantime, enjoy this little teaser.
NEW BOOK ANNOUNCEMENTI am pleased to announce that my short story, "The Aquarium," is available in the newest collection from Airship 27 Productions: The Legends of New Pulp Fiction (http://www.amazon.com/Legends-New-Pulp-Fiction-Fortier/dp/0692601139/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8) This is not my usual horror yarn, though parts of the story are horrific, but a crime tale featuring "Doc" Salvatore Scaldero, former enforcer for an outlaw … Continue reading The Legends of New Pulp Fiction is released!
In 2013 I wrote a short story about an overweight, diabetic asthmatic trying to survive a zombie apocalypse. Well, sir or ma'am, I am happy to report that the story "On the Road to Chattanooga" is in the Fat Zombie anthology, published by Permuted Press and edited by Paul Mannering (author of the Tankbread series). … Continue reading "On the Road to Chattanooga" is Published