Hello, my deviant friends!
I’m excited to be the newest member of the GLAHW organization, and I thank everyone for welcoming me to wear their skins! Just kidding. I am, however, very stoked to see what this year brings working with people who appear to be as passionate as I am about writing and horror! And I’m really excited to looking forward to contributing to conventions and meet some the other members. I’m looking at this as a long-term goal for me
Well, I guess I better tell you a little about myself. (I hate this part)
Born and raised in Windsor, Ontario with my dark queen and our two wonderful children Raelynn, five and Liam, two a and half.
I’m an aspiring Horror & Dark Fantasy writer, with a Splatterpunk style. Unpublished at the moment. But hoping to change that this year!
Since I was a young lad, I’ve always had a weird passion for writing and an even bigger passion for Horror. My five-year-old self has Michael Myers to thank for that. From there movies, books, comics, and music–specifically Detroit’s Underground music–fuelled my dark and deranged imagination. My biggest influence for my art is due to the brilliance of Clive Barker. I’ve devoured all his books, love every movie; I’m awe-struck with his gorgeous paintings. I hope to own one day. One day.
There’s been several bumps in the road on my journey as a writer but I’ve learned so much over the past couple of years that my confidence is growing everyday. Anyway, I’m terrible at talking about myself so I’m going to talk about what I’m currently working on.
I’m currently working on my book CARNIVALS OF THE FLESH: TWISTED TALES OF BLOOD & MACABRE. Which, I hope to have published sometime this year. But, in the mean time, you can check out short stories on his web site from within the Carnival’s universe in his short fiction section and meet the sinister Aleister M. Sludge. Every few weeks I release a free chapter/Episode through my blog.
Feel free to check it out on my web page!
Pleased to met you and welcome
Thanks! I have to re-publish those short stories…my old publisher went belly-up, so redoing it through Kindle Direct. Also, Casey and Lies in the Attic are not scary or horror stories, but still worth the read. HA!! I hope to get them republished shortly.
Sounds good. I really enjoyed them!