Book-Signing at the Dark History and Horror Convention

Come out to the Dark History and Horror Convention on July 28th and 29th at the Wyndham Garden Hotel in Urbana, IL. My girlfriend and fellow aithor Ariana R. Cherry and I will be there selling and signing copies of our latest dark fantasy/horror poetry collections, “Between Light and Darkness” and “Bestial Transformation and Other … More Book-Signing at the Dark History and Horror Convention

An Evening of Poetry/Short Stories/Book Signing

Join me and my girlfriend/fellow author Ariana R. Cherry for an evening of poetry and short story readings at Bob’s Bookstore in Charleston, IL on Friday, July 14 from 7 pm to 9 pm. I will be selling and signing copies of my latest second edition of “Bestial Transformation and Other Horrors,” and Ariana will … More An Evening of Poetry/Short Stories/Book Signing

Review of “The Twelfth Planet” Book I of “The Earth Chronicles” by Zecharia Sitchin

When I first picked up this book after inheriting it, and all the books in Sitchin’s “Earth Chronicles,” with their companion volumes from an acquaintance, I had no idea what I was getting into. I thought I did, but really I didn’t. I have always been fascinated by extraterrestrial life, and firmly believe in it, … More Review of “The Twelfth Planet” Book I of “The Earth Chronicles” by Zecharia Sitchin

Review of “Midnight Sun” by Karl Edward Wagner

Midnight Sun is an excellent collection of the complete short stories of the sword and sorcery/dark fantasy hero Kane, and I was fortunate to snatch it up for $90 on Amazon, and believe me, that’s pretty damn cheap compared to what some are asking for it. Unfortunately, it didn’t come with the dust jacket featuring … More Review of “Midnight Sun” by Karl Edward Wagner

Review of “The Warlord of Mars,” Book III of “The Barsoom Series” by Edgar Rice Burroughs

John Carter of Mars has triumphed over the wicked, tyrannical ruler of the Firstborn, and has exposed the official religion of Barsoom as a farce and a system of control. However, tragically, before he could rescue his beloved princess, Dejah Thoris, she is imprisoned in the depths of the Temple of the Sun by a … More Review of “The Warlord of Mars,” Book III of “The Barsoom Series” by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Review of “Star Wars: The Old Republic: Revan” by Drew Karpyshyn

Revan; a name that has instilled both fear and hope in the heart of the Republic. This legendary figure was hailed as both hero as the Mandalorian Wars, and hated as a sinister Dark Lord of the Sith. At the hands of the Jedi, upon repentance, Revan was redeemed, by giving up his memories in … More Review of “Star Wars: The Old Republic: Revan” by Drew Karpyshyn

Review of “The Barsoom Series” Book II: “The Gods of Mars” by Edgar Rice Burroughs

The legendary hero John Carter of Virginia has returned to Mars after what seems like an eternity away from his beloved princess Dejah Thoris. Upon his return, he finds his old comrade, Thark chieftain Tars Tarkas, and they both uncover that the religion that the whole of Mars embraces is a lie; a total falsehood … More Review of “The Barsoom Series” Book II: “The Gods of Mars” by Edgar Rice Burroughs