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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Get Rising Dead and 20 other books for free

Biting Dog Press/Publications is having a massive Christmas giveaway!
For a limited time we have 21 e-books that you can download absolutely free!

Authors include Neil Gaiman, Nancy A Collins, Sara Brooke, John Paul Allen and Monica O'Rourke!

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The Rhyme Maidens limited edition broadside signed by Neil Gaiman
8 Rules for Writing limited edition poster signed by Neil Gaiman and Keith Minnion
A grab bag of woodcut prints from our Neil Gaiman hand made books
2 trade paperback copies of Strange Roads by Steven Lloyd
$25 Amazon Gift Card

Free e-book giveaway ends December 28 so take advantage while you can!

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Sunday, November 9, 2014

Rising Dead Is Now Available


My new novella is oddly both lighter or more personal then my previous releases.  Ultimately if you want to stick nerdy philosopher who can't seem to shut up into a zombie tale, this is the book for you.  I hope you enjoy.  

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Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Horns Book vs Movie for Ravenous Monster

As a very big fan of Joe Hill’s sophomore novel Horns, I was awaiting Alexandre Aja’s film adaptation with much anticipation. Piranha and Haute Tension are great movies, showing a diversity of ability.  Even his weaker efforts such asMirrors and The Hills Have Eyes remake are never dull, and his direction is always exciting and unique.
Horns follows Ignatius (Ig) Perrish after he wakes up hung over after desecrating the memorial placed where his ex-girlfriend, Merrin, was raped and murdered one year ago. He was never tried for her death, but nearly everyone in town believes Ig’s guilty of the crime.  The physical discomfort of his hangover is compounded by the horns now emerging from his forehead.  Ig soon makes a startling discovery, no one truly notices the horns, yet they now feel compelled to burden Ig with their most horrible thoughts when they see him...Click over to Ravenous Monster for the full piece.