This is the third year that this panel has been going, and I’m proud to say that I’ve been apart of it all three years. This panel is the guests sharing stories that are somewhat spooky and in some cases a little funny. Besides myself, Alan Gilbreath, Editor in Chief of Dark Oak Press; Mark Fults, paranormal investigator and psychic; Amy Petula, paranormal investigator and owner of Chattanooga Ghost Tours; and Chad Sides, master of horror for Connooga, all joined in to share their stories. Sit back and enjoy, but you might want to leave the lights on for this one. Warning: There will be adult themes and language in the audio below.
Hello all, I know that I’ve been providing you with updates on Winston & Baum and the 7 Mummies of Sekhmet, but I thought I’d share some other items that might interest you. For those of you anxiously waiting for the next Winston & Baum adventure, you should not have much longer to wait.
However, not only am I putting out a new novel this year, I also have two short stories that I anticipate releasing in the fall and winter tentatively. One of them is a vampire story that I had a lot of fun writing and I hope you’ll have a lot of fun reading. The other story and one that I anticipate debuting in winter heralds the return of my Sherlock of the supernatural: Richard Rex.
That’s right, because I’ve had several people request it and because I enjoy my Victorian occult adventurer, Richard Rex will return in Richard Rex and the Graveyard of Ghouls (title may change). For those of you who have not read the first Richard Rex short, just click the picture below to go to the Amazon page.
So there you have it, not only another Winston & Baum novel, but Richard Rex shall return as well. Keep checking back as I continue to give you updates regarding the release of these upcoming titles and thanks for reading.