Detective fiction is a tough racket; the readers have TBR lists stretching back a hundred years. I know because I am exactly the same -- most of my physical and electronic books are from the 30's and 40's, so I'm doubly appreciative when GAD fans buy my books. October was my best month yet. Thank… Continue reading Rollout of The Strange Case of the Barrington Hills Vampire
Rest assured, I'm working hard on the book. Besides perfecting my Unabomber impression, I'm doing everything I can to deliver a satisfying product come October. Last year, I finished The Opening Night Murders early. (I may have even been finished three months before the release date. I don't remember exactly) Think of the improvements I… Continue reading Sorry I haven’t posted for a while.
My apologies for not posting lately, but I've been busy with work and writing. Small update: I had my first cover meeting. We talked about color and light for a bit. The best model for a vampire is clearly F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu. Thankfully, Werner Herzog made a faithful color recreation in 1979. Matt informed me… Continue reading March (my god, it’s March already!) Update
I thought I'd be much further along. This will take about another month to whip into reading shape, much less be ready for editing. Best case scenario: Reading in February, Editing in March, Cover in March, Line editing in April, and a May release. Worst case scenario, July. I also thought the vampire book would… Continue reading End of the year update.
The Strange Case of the Barrington Hills Vampire coming in May, 2020 During the bitter winter of 1896, a series of savage murders plagued the town of Barrington Hills. Mutilated corpses lay buried in the snow, bloody teeth marks on the neck. Animals were found with their insides on full display. The town disintegrated into… Continue reading August Update