Hello! It is the Friday before Memorial Day here in the US, the official start of summer.
Which also means it is the start of summer reading season. I need something to read on the beach, in the mountains, on the plane, sitting on the deck of a cruise ship, to distract me from my kids, etc. Good news, dear friends. I have something that can help you with just that.
If you are looking for short stories or novels, horror or action, thrills and chills, then I ask you drop by my amazon author’s page and browse my work. You can get all of them on Kindle or the Kindle app on your mobile device, and all of my novels are available in physical form.
No matter what, I hope you all have a safe and fun summer. Keep checking back for more information on what I’m doing, and where I’ll be.
Hello, faithful readers! I wanted to post a quick note to let everyone know that I will be attending Scares that Care weekend on August 3rd through August 5th in Williamsburg, VA. I am really excited to be there with some iconic actors and writers of horror. The real reason that I think this show is great is they are scaring away childhood disease and illness.
This is a really worthy cause, and I hope that anyone who can make it out to Williamsburg, VA that weekend will come by, but if not, you can visit their website to learn more about the charity and make a donation.
Hope to see you there. If you can’t make it, keep checking back here for more information on where I’ll be popping up next.
Terror Beneath Cactus Flats has received a 4-star review on Goodreads.
James Rhodes had the following to say: “This is a great fun non-stop action piece. The author has set it in tourist western ghost town which allows for a good bit of cross genre entertainment. The pace is maintained from the first page to the last.
This book makes for an excellent short read, though I would also enjoy a longer read in the same universe.”
Thanks James for the great review. If you dear reader have read any of my works, please consider leaving a review on Goodreads or Amazon.
To pick up a copy of Terror Beneath Cactus Flats for only $0.99, just click on the cover below. Keep checking back for more updates on what I’ve got going on.
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.