Monthly Archives: December 2013
Are you afraid of the water? You should be.
My story, VENA CAVA, has been published as a part of Sirens Call Publications’ new anthology FEAR: Of the Water. The story is the first one in the anthology, and I am excited to be a part of this adventure.
This is the part of the blog where I try to persuade you go to Amazon (or whatever eBook/softcover selling website that you prefer) and buy this book. Soooooo….
Go buy the book. Here is the link to buy the book.
Not only will you be supporting an excellent small press, you will also be demonstrating that you like what I write. See? Everybody wins.
FEAR: Of the Water is now available in eBook and paperback format. According to the summary on Amazon, “In the sodden pages of this collection lurk twelve tales of aquatic terror. Creatures that rise from the depths to gorge themselves on unsuspecting victims, specters who exact their revenge one sip at a time, and shadows that menace the most innocent of gathering places – these stories will warp even your worst nightmares.
Fear of the water is as old as fear itself. The next time you dip your toes in the water, might it be your last?”
Contributing Authors in alphabetical order are: Brent Abell, Vincent Bivona, Shenoa Carroll-Bradd, Timothy C. Hobbs, Kerry G.S. Lipp, Jon Olson, Zachary O’Shea, Connor Rice, Justin M. Ryan, SL Schmitz, Blaise Torrance, and Patrick Van Slyke.
Sirens Call Publications is a small but dynamic omnipresence in the high stakes field of niche publishers. The well-respected company is spearheaded co-owners Gloria Bobrowicz, Nina D’Arcangela, and Julianne Snow. Through their tireless efforts and editorial nurturing, these three women have built a solid company that prides itself on high quality literature in all styles and genres of writing. It has been a pleasure working with them.
So let’s summarize what we’ve learned: