Category: The Ramble

  • Bits And Bobs Of Thread And String

    Please behold this vital list of THINGS YE NEEDS TO KNOW, like for instance, where will I be this weekend (spoiler: NYCC), some news about Dust & Grim, a light little tour preview, and more. First up: Yes! I’m going to NYCC this weekend. I’m vaguely terrified! It’s probably a bad idea! I really need […]

  • Dust & Grim — Now Out In Paperback!

    HEY, YOU. PSST. PSST! I got a shiny new paperback book right here. It features *squints at list* a monstrous funeral home, rampant sibling rivalry, a mysterious cemetery, a coupla magical wolves, a bezoar, a vampire named Dave, cosplay, and uhhh *squints harder* something called FLORG. It’s funny! It’s scary! It’s Florgtastic. Florgariffic. FLORGDERFUL. If […]

  • Victor Manibo: Five Things I Learned Writing The Sleepless

    Journalist Jamie Vega is Sleepless: he can’t sleep, nor does he need to. When his boss dies on the eve of a controversial corporate takeover, Jamie doesn’t buy the too-convenient explanation of suicide, and launches an investigation of his own. But everything goes awry when Jamie discovers that he was the last person who saw […]

  • Clay McLeod Chapman: Just So We’re Clear (The Terror of Clear Plastic Tarps)

    From the acclaimed author of The Remaking and Whisper Down the Lane, this terrifying supernatural page-turner will make you think twice about opening doors to the unknown.Erin hasn’t been able to set a single boundary with her charismatic but reckless college ex-boyfriend, Silas. When he asks her to bail him out of rehab—again—she knows she needs to cut […]

  • Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam: How Horror Helped Me Conquer a Shitload of Fears

    Entering adulthood is like stepping into a dark room in a haunted house. Or that’s what it was like for me. As an undergraduate student living on my own for the first time, I stared mortality in the face. After not taking care of myself for several months, subsisting on boxes of mac and cheese […]

  • Nanci Schwartz: Five Things I Learned Writing Robber Barrons

    For the last Supersoldier left in the Galaxy, it’s kill or be killed…Despite the genetic enhancements inherited from her father, Victoria Anetti never wanted to be a supersoldier. She’d rather spend her life fixing starships, free from family expectations.Then her father and his comrades vanish on a mission to find a lost warship, leaving her […]