Amazon user Smitty Jones left the following 4-star review for Winston & Baum and the 7 Mummies of Sekhmet.
“This is the third novel by this author I have read, and the second in this series. Each book has been an improvement over the previous. My biggest complaint with the last volume was that all the characters sounded the same, in this book it was largely remedied, with the majority having unique voices. Action sequences were written nicely, for the most part it was easy to tell what was going on. As this is an indie book their are grammar issues but my enjoyment of the book was not influenced but them.”
If you’ve read any of my books or short stories, please leave a review on your favorite reviewing site. To pick up a copy of this book, you can click on the cover below. Thanks for reading and keep checking back for updates on what I’m up to.
I released my latest short story Cabin for Rent at the end of last month. Below is the first review on Amazon.com for the story. Amazon user Ursula K. Raphael said the following in her 5-star review:
“Cabin For Rent by Seth Tucker features a creature not often portrayed in the horror genre. Tucker takes a risk by writing the story as a one-sided conversation, but the unusual POV and the accompanying flashbacks create the perfect level of suspense. The author has definitely added something captivating to the folklore of cursed cabins.”
Thanks for the review Ursula. To pick up your copy of Cabin for Rent click on the cover image below.
This was my final panel at Connooga this year. It is once again a more technical panel about writing and utilizing the hero’s journey. I was joined once again by author and podcaster, Jim Hodgson and writer of comics, books, and video games: Dan Jolley.
I hope you enjoy and thanks for checking these out. I will be posting updates for other cons that I will be going to this year and hope to see you out at some of them.
This post is going to differ from my previous panels as it is from the literary track. The topic of this panel is Outline or Doubtline and discusses the uses and techniques for outlining a story/novel/idea. It is a panel dedicated more to the technical side of writing.
I had the pleasure of sitting on this panel with author Gil Hough, author & podcaster Jim Hodgson, and writer of comics, video games, and novels, Dan Jolley. Please click on each of their names and check out their stuff. I assure you they are all immensely talented writers and have some good stuff out there for you.
And without further ado, below is the audio from our panel.
Once again, I was asked to be part of Scary Story Time at Connooga. This is a panel that is a lot of fun to attend or participate in. Several panelists will share either real encounters they have had with things that are unexplained or frightening and as you will here, it is an opportunity for some writers to share their recent efforts.
I was joined on this panel by Hope Holloway an actress, writer, and the dark princess of Dark Princess Theatre, and Chad Sides, Connooga’s horror director. We had a good time, and I hope that you enjoy listening to these tales of terror, tragedy, and spine-tingling fun.
Our panelists from right to left: Me, Hope Holloway, and Chad Sides
This was my first panel at Connooga this year: IT: The Horror of Stephen King. I had the great fun of sitting on this one with Chad Sides, Master of Horror at Connooga, and Tim Green, builder of haunts (including Ruby Falls’ Haunted Caverns). As we always try to do on horror track panels, this one has a lot of audience participation. I apologize for some of the poor audio quality, I am working with a small microphone and a MP3 recorder.
I hope you enjoy the audio below and check back again tomorrow for another panel, Scary Story Time.
Hello everybody! I’m back from another great year at Connooga. First, let me start by apologizing to anyone that came out on Saturday to see me. I came down with a bad case of food poisoning late Friday night, and it knocked me out of commission for all of Saturday. Other than that, the show was great.
It’s always nice to get to see my con buddies and sit in on some great panels. I will be posting the audio from these panels throughout the week. I got to hang out with one of my favorite writers, Brian Keene, who is just the best guy if you ever have a chance to meet him. It was also great to see my other writer friends, Kenyon T. Henry and Philip Ligon.
My favorite part of course is getting to meet all the awesome people who come out to the show. I saw a lot of familiar faces and was able to meet a lot of new people as well. To everyone that came out this weekend and stopped by to say hello, thanks. Sorry, I wasn’t able to be there on Saturday. Check back everyday this week for the audio from the panels I was able to be a part of to hear some of the fun that we had. Thanks, and we’ll see you next year Connooga.