Monthly Archives: April 2015

Something the Wind Blew In

As we near the month of May, I’m reminded that in less than two weeks, it will mark two years, on May 6, 2013, that I published my first story on Amazon. It’s a short story called, “Something the Wind Blew In,” with a post-apocalyptic setting. I originally wrote this story one evening after I […]

Apocalypse Weird: Genesis (The White Dragon Book 1)

As a fan, one of the things I love about the new Apocalypse Weird series by Wonderment Media is that while each book is “connected,” they are also different. Different authors, different territories, different styles. But thank goodness they all sport those cool Michael Corley covers! Stefan Bolz gives us Apocalypse Weird: Genesis (The White […]

Tales of Tinfoil

Sometimes I leave more detailed reviews, especially when it comes to anthologies, but I don’t want to sit here and tell you that one story is better than another, or has more meaning, or more truth—and somewhere between these pages there is truth. Some truth. Maybe just a little. Tales of Tinfoil is an experience […]

Helping to Usher In the Apocalypse (Weird)

Apocalypse Weird. It’s getting a lot of buzz these days, especially on Facebook, and also amazon.com, as the books have been garnering fantastic reviews. But the AW is getting some terrific media coverage, too, like at The Guardian. Why am I so excited about AW? Like many of you, I read Nick Cole’s free book […]

Apocalypse Weird: The Serenity Strain

Apocalypse Weird: The Serenity Strain by Chris Pourteau is an exciting blend of science, mysticism, and the struggles of a broken family. The science and mysticism come as a no-brainer when you’re reading a series of interrelated novels in a world gone apocalyptic. But the soul of The Serenity Strain is the Hughes family. Mark […]