If you read horror, you’re probably aware of DarkFuse’s closing by now. This means that Conduits is no longer available except as an audiobook. I’ll be trying to find a new home for the ebook (and possibly print) version, but in the meantime, give it a listen–Margy Stein is a fantastic narrator!
Prison Made of Mirrors is now available as an audiobook as well. Details are here. I’m still working on the Firebird audiobook; life got in the way this summer, but I promise it’s coming soon.
I have a couple of new projects in the works–one for cosmic horror fans and one for paranormal romance lovers–so stay tuned over the next couple of months!
I’ve been crap at updates recently, but there’s good reason for it, I PROMISE. In this post you’ll find a quick rundown of those reasons (i.e. everything that’s releasing/I’m working on in 2017, subject to change).
This erotic horror series officially debuts this month, but you can get started with a couple of teasers, one of which is my story “Suck.” Check it out here.
It’s been a busy year (in a good way!) and looks to stay that way through the end of 2016. In roughly chronological order, here’s what’s coming up for the rest of the year and what’s on deck after that. Read the rest of this entry →
THE DUNFIELD TERROR, a new tale of supernatural terror from William Meikle. Coming April 7th in limited edition hardcover, paperback and ebook.
It starts with a strange glowing fog that arrives at the height of a snowstorm.
The old stories tell of a post-war experiment gone wrong. Now a terrible mistake from the past has returned and brought with it death and destruction that threatens to overrun the town on the worst night of the year.
“For the Lovecraft fan and the Cthulhu Mythos enthusiasts, this is a must read but it is also essential for those who want to read the best in contemporary horror.” – The Novel Pursuit
“Superbly paced with wonderfully open, and likeable characters that help this story flow across the pages at a wonderful tempo. Sometimes edge of your seat stuff and other times set slow so you can become totally engrossed in the story that’s being told. This is a masterpiece.” – Confessions of a Reviewer
“Scary, slimy fun with just enough gross out factor to make the reader queasy but not so much as to become gratuitous. This is just a very good horror novel.” – Examiner.com
“This novel would have made a classic spine chiller of a movie for Hammer Films.” – Reclusive Reads
“What a chilling, terrifying read this was!” – Cat After Dark