Thursday, July 31, 2014

Gareth C. Wood: An Introduction

Hello again Followers!

I am here today to introduce another fellow author with Permuted Press! His name is Gareth C. Wood and I have to tell you guys he is a force to be reckoned with. Granted, I don't get to hear from him often, but being a writer myself I understand the lack of free time.

His first work in coming out in January and it is part of a series. It is called "Black Horizon" and is the first book in what is lovingly called the Commonweatlh series. He is currently working on its sequal "The Long Dark." I, myself, am also looking forward to this as well as plenty of other upcoming Permuted Press titles. I do have to say there is a lot of good stuff coming out!

Now I'm getting ahead of myself. While the book isn't out yet I have been given a glimpse from Gareth as to what in the world it is about, and these words are straight from Gareth himself. "It's a book about war, trans-humanism, AI, passion, revolution, and the human spirit." Definitely has me wanting to read it, and soon. So I'm guessing you guys would like to know a little about Gareth, but first I'll start with a photo and what will follow is a little bio written by Gareth himself! Enjoy!

......And look at him all decked out in Permuted Press swag! Now on to you Gareth!

I am a writer of Science Fiction and Horror, based in Port Moody BC.  My influences from an early age were Tolkien and Frank Herbert, and other fantasy and SF authors of the time.  When D&D was first appearing, leading to the 'Satanic Panic', I was playing that and other role-playing games and loving them.  It was from those games that I learned to love telling stories.

In 2004, after years of on-and-off writing, I finally wrote a novel.  Then I wrote another.  And another followed.  Then a fourth.  Now I'm writing number five, and have plans for at least three more so far.  In time I may write the book then ends the world.

Here are some links below to get you guys started:

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Interview with "Contagious" Author Emily Goodwin

Good evening Followers!

I know what a treat, two interviews in two days! I'm excited too, especially since this is with an author of one of the books I look forward to reading....and soon. Like ASAP. Emily Goodwin's " Contagious," was released today with Permuted Press and I approached her to do this interview to commemorate the release! Her Contagium Series ahs also won a few awards! I was so happy she said yes....and I'm about to show you all why you will fall in love with Emily Goodwin!

First, let's learn a little bit about Emily.....

Emily Goodwin is the author of the award winning Contagium Series published by Permuted Press as well as many independently published novels, including the internationally bestselling novel, STAY. Emily write in a wide variety of genres, from horror to romance. She holds multiple degrees in psychology and nursing and has worked in mental health and general healthcare. Emily resides in Indiana with her husband, daughter, and German Shepherd named Vader. Along with writing, Emily enjoys riding her horse, designing and making costumes, and Cosplay.

So.....I'm sure you guys would love to know what "Contagious" is about? Well, here it is!

"I wasn’t afraid of death. If I died, it would be over. My worst fear wasn’t of dying, it was of living. Living, while everyone around me had their flesh savagely torn from their bodies to be shoved into the festering and ever-hungry mouths of zombies. It terrified me, right down to my very core, to be alive while the rest of the world was dead."

During the Second Great Depression, twenty-four year old Orissa Penwell is forced to drop out of college when she is no longer able to pay for classes. Unable to find a job, she moves in with her aunt in Indianapolis. Down on her luck, Orissa doesn’t think she can go any lower.

She couldn’t be more wrong. A virus breaks out across the country, leaving the infected crazed, aggressive and very hungry.

Orissa is used to only being responsible for herself. When she finds herself a reluctant leader of a group of survivors, she must make a choice: set aside her issues and help the others or go off alone in search of her own family and friends.

....And here is the awesome cover (which I am still in awe over)!

Ready to learn some more about amazing author Emily Goodwin? Hopefully this interview won't disappoint!

When did you first consider yourself a writer?
I considered myself a writer when I first started writing, of course. I wrote fan fiction when I was younger but didn't write a full length novel until I was in college. Once I started writing books, I couldn't stop.

Do you have a specific writing style?
I like to eat while I write, does that count as a style? (Of course it does!)

What inspired you to write your first book?
I started putting original characters into the fan-fic that I wrote. Those characters just grew from there and soon I had my own plots and stories to tell. 

How did you come up with the title?
I have a hard time coming up with titles. I usually throw words around until I find something that grabs me. Then I have a trust team of friends who help me decide if my title is good enough. It's tough to pick out just a few words to represent your entire story.

Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp?
I write to entertain. If people find messages in my books, then I think that is great. Everything can be interpreted differently by different people, so ten people could read the same book and take away different things from it. I do include some themes in my books, but I don't really consider those messages. In my mermaid-horror novel, Beyond the Sea, the theme of accepting people for WHO they are instead if WHAT they are is pretty prominent throughout the whole book. But bottom line, I write to entertain. 

If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor?
I think JK Rowling would be amazing. She went through a lot of rejection then skyrocketed to the top. The Harry Potter series will always be my favorite.

If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your latest book?
I wouldn't wait to publish it. I was very nervous how people would like a book with that dark subject matter. I was worried it wouldn't go over well. But I wouldn't change anything. I think everything that happened while writing that book made it what it is.

Do you have any advice for other writers?
Network with other writers. Support from other authors is invaluable! 

Where do your ideas come from?
Oh gosh, everywhere. I can see something on the way to the store and it will inspire a scene or even a whole book. I have very vivid, weird dreams a lot, which is wonderful for inspiration! 

Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?
Thank you!! I couldn't do what I love for a living if it wasn't for you. I hope all my readers know just how much I appreciate them. It still blows my mind to know that people like the stuff I write :) 

If you would like to know more about Emily and her work, she can be found in tons of places! The links below are a great place to start!

.....And here are some links where you can purchase "Contagious."

Amazon buy link:

Monday, July 28, 2014

Interview with Author Tonia Brown

Hello Followers!

I have a real treat for you today, as well as many others to come. Today though, we have an interview with author Tonia Brown. Her book "Sundowners" was recently released with Permuted Press and is a real page-turner. I had tons of fun gathering all of this information from Tonia as well as doing the interview. Granted, there weren't many questions, but there is so much good information here you'll feel like you know her personally! First, we'll start with some information about her riveting work "Sundowners!" Enjoy!

Here are a few details about "Sundowners!"

Sundowners is a backwoods southern horror about the importance of family, the power of gossip and the nature of the artistic muse.

Fifteen years ago, siblings Coil and Cassiopeia suffered an incident in the woods behind their family home. An incident that neither of them are willing to remember. Something that nearly killed Cass and left Coil accused as her abuser. An act that robbed young Coil of his artistic potential yet boosted his little sister into an almost overnight sensation in the art world.

Now, fifteen years later, the self-exiled Coil has come home to deal with his world famous sister as she suffers from sundowning; severe and violent personality shifts after the sun sets. Coil’s reluctant loyalty to his family is rewarded with an unexpected return to his artistic roots, as he wakes each day to find he has painted a brilliant but disturbing masterpiece in his sleep.

As the siblings struggle to heal old family scars, something is reaching out to the small town of Ellenville, driving the townsfolk mad and leaving chaos, mayhem and death in its wake. The key to stopping the madness lays in Cass’s sundowning and Coil’s blooming talent.

In order to cure Cass, the pair of siblings must come to terms with their old demons, both figuratively and literally. They find an ancient and terrible horror has risen once more from the backwoods of the family home, and this time it threatens to not only tear their family apart, but also the small town of Ellenville, and perhaps the entire world.

 Here are a few blurbs to get your juices flowing!

"Tonia Brown's characters crawl slowly out of the story, sit beside you and nestle their heads on your shoulder, smiling slyly as you cringe away, unable to put the book down because you're already hooked and they know it. Brown is one of the most talented writers to emerged from the horror scene in recent times and I, for one, will be there for every new release." ~Gina Ranalli, author of MOTHMAN EMERGED

"Sundowners Is one of those stories that gets under your skin. Page after page you are sucked into the characters, but you know something bad is right around that corner, and you don't want anything to happen to these dysfunctional siblings." ~Armand Rosamilia, author of the DYING DAYS zombie series

Author bio!

Tonia Brown is a southern author with a penchant for Victorian dead things. She lives in the backwoods of North Carolina with her genius husband and an ever fluctuating number of cats. She likes fudgesicles and coffee, though not always together. When not writing she raises unicorns and fights crime with her husband under the code names Dr. Weird and his sexy sidekick Butternut. You can learn more about her at: 


Can you tell us a little about yourself and your background?

My name is Tonia only because my twin sister’s name is Tonie. We were supposed to be a boy, but we became two girls along the way. The docs just didn’t realize there were two of us in there. True story. Tonie is technically Tonie junior, because our dad is a Tony. So is our nephew. And our sister’s ex-husband. And my husband’s name is Tony. And my maiden name is Anthony.

I know. Crazy stuff.

Otherwise, I was raised in a military family, so I’ve been all over the world. I’ve been married for 18 glorious years to a man that still rocks my world, even when he is in just his socks and nothing else. I have loads of cats that control my every waking hour.

Again, true story.

What inspired you to write your first book?

I was tired of reading the same old crap, so I decided to write new crap. I mean, there is still the same old crap out there, but now you can read my crap too! Hooray!

How did you come up with the title for "Sundowners?"

The medical phenomenon of Sundowning has always fascinated me. Every heard of it? Sundowners Syndrome is when folks—usually older individuals suffering from an existing form of dementia—experience personality changes after the sun sets. Sometimes they just wander around or babble incoherently, but sometimes they get violent and lash out at caretakers and loved ones. I’ve heard nursing home tales of little old ladies breaking nurses’ arms in their sudden rage after dark. I get accused of making it all up when I tell people about it, but it’s real! Google that shit!
When I learned about it, I wanted to write a book about it, and of course it bloomed into a horror novel. Took me two years to work on. The story was just slow to tell. When I finished it just seemed natural to title the book after the whole thing.

What genre is "Sundowners" and what draws you to this genre?

Sundowners is a horror novel. A little Southern Gothic at times, a little Lovecraftian influenced at others, but mostly straight horror. Oh, and a touch of romance. Don’t wince! It’s only a touch.
I love horror because it’s so much fun. I mean, yeah I love gore and stuff like that, but the real reason I write it is because it is fun to write. I love the idea of scaring the crap out of folks!

Do you have any advice for other writers?

Welcome and learn from criticism. Everyone goes through an awkward writing phase before they find their voice. People aren’t judging your worth as a person when they tell you how horrible your work is. (And trust me, they will.) They are judging your writing skill. Keep in mind you asked them to do that very thing when you offered to let them read it. Take what you can from the criticism and learn. If your feelings get hurt, you either need a thicker skin or you need to get out of the game now while you still can.

So everyone don't miss your chance to check out her work "Sundowners." It is truly an amazing piece of literature and I hope you learned as much about it and its creator as you possibly could. We had a lot of fun doing this and just to give you guys a little more insight here are two more blurbs!

"If you haven’t read Tonia Brown, you’re missing out on one of the finest voices in dark fiction. Sundowners is Brown at her best, and you’d do well to give it a whirl." ~Pete Giglio, author of SUNFALL MANOR and co-author of THE DARK

"Tonia Brown's Sundowners is one of the most engaging books I've read this year! This southern-flavored horror is so well-written that I found myself re-reading sentences constantly. Ms. Brown drew me right in and made me late coming back from lunch more than once." ~Stephen A. North, author of DEAD TIDE and DRIFTER

Here are some links below that will not only take you to a place where you can learn more about this amazing and talented woman, but to also purchase her work "Sundowners." 

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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Guest Blog: Russell Proctor

I am here to introduce another wonderful Permuted Press author, and very talented man. I am sick so wanted to get this posted before I fell asleep from my medication. I have talked to a good bit of Permuted authors and we are one interesting bunch to say the least. I never knew how interesting horror and dark fantasy authors were until I became one and joined this very talented bunch. I hope you guys enjoy, because I have a real treat lined up for next week as well!

I am an Australian writer who has worked as everything from a lawyer to a teacher, professional actor, health project officer, and even a pizza delivery boy. I am now semi-retired and tutoring in my spare time to pay for my writing addiction. I’m a keen astronomer and hiker and love travelling to wild parts of the world where I can hopefully get lost and have a few adventures. I’ve been writing most of my life but it’s only been in the past few years that I can dedicate myself to the task. My writing is mostly in the science-fiction and horror-fantasy areas, although I do have a novel Plato’s Cave which I guess could be described as science-philosophy, if there is such a genre.

I love telling stories – or, more correctly, I love people reading the stories I have to tell. As an actor, I believe the most important part of a performance is the audience. With writing, it’s the reader. If the reader isn’t having fun, the writer is letting them down.  It is the writer’s duty, as I see it, to entertain the reader. Having said that, writers must also be true to themselves and write what they believe in. It’s a fine balance, but any art form is a risk.

I write in the mornings, because I work in the afternoons and evenings. So it’s up early, usually after setting myself a particular scene to write. I am fortunate enough not to have a family as a distraction, so I can put in a few hours fairly uninterrupted each day and then worry about other things. I also spend time researching, as a lot of what I do is historical, and I am obsessed about getting the facts right.

For me the hardest part of writing is getting ideas. I can toss and turn at night wondering what the next scene is in my current project. I’m not much of a planner when it comes to plots. Part of the fun of writing for me is finding out as I go what the story is. If I knew the story from the beginning I would have little incentive to write it, so I start typing and the ideas then flow, which is a dangerous way to do it I guess. I do have what I call ‘set pieces’ which are events that I want to happen in the story, but I’m not always sure how to get there. Usually the ending is worked out pretty much the way it’s going to happen, but the beginning and the middle aren’t always so clear!

At present, I am working on a series for Permuted Press, The Jabberwocky Book. The first instalment, The Red King, is due out in December this year. It’s a mash-up, putting Alice from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Dorothy from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz up against a supernatural serial killer stalking Edwardian London. It’s been a lot of fun. The second book, An Unkindness of Ravens, also takes its central theme from the Lewis Carroll and L. Frank Baum books. The third book brings the characters forward to the First World War. They are definitely not children’s books, though. The characters are all grown up and face totally evil adversaries.

I have another book out there. Plato’s Cave is a humorous look at the meaning of existence and mankind’s eternal (and no doubt ultimately doomed) attempt to make sense of it all. Set in contemporary Brisbane, my home town in Queensland, Australia, it describes three days in the life of a young woman who encounters some very strange inter-dimensional goings-on, and who ultimately has to face the uncomfortable possibility not only that she just might have something to do with it all, but that it’s her responsibility to sort the mess out before the world ends.

I have other projects in the fire. Days of Iron, also with Permuted Press, is about terrorism in the future, about a terrorists attack seen from the terrorist’s point of view. It will be followed by a sequel, Shepherd Moon, which plans to take terrorism to the ultimate level. Another project in the planning stages is a series about a race of time-travellers engaged in a civil war.

More information about me is on my website, and my Facebook page,

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Who Wouldn't Want......

An excerpt from one of my current WIPs (Work in Progress for those of you that don't know the lingo). "The Harvested," has become one of my most favorite projects that I have ever worked on. Granted, I am writing it on my own since co-author has left, well more like was pushed from the building, but we all have to keep on going. While I won't be sharing from "Follow the Ashes: Book 1 of the Executioner Trilogy" until publication, I am very happy to share tidbits from other projects. Here is a snippet from "The Harvested." Enjoy!

I then felt a sharp jab in my neck that felt like a needle hitting home. I had missed someone. They were hiding in the back part of the plane I hadn’t seen hidden behind the wall holding medical equipment. How in the world did I miss another person hiding back there? I was in too much of a hurry to find Julius and plot an escape of some kind that I had completely missed it. I felt the drugs being pushed into my veins and then the needle slide from within my skin. As I began to feel its effects I remembered how I felt with my first dose of paralisix and I knew they had given it to me again, but this dose was even stronger. From the feel of it it seemed like they doubled, maybe even tripled it.
My knees almost buckled beneath me and I had to grab onto the table where Julius lay to steady myself. My hand fell to my side and the image of the man’s healthy red cells flew from my mind. I couldn’t focus on anything and my vision blacked out for a few seconds. I could feel my body trying to adjust itself to the medication, but it couldn’t. Not with the dosage I was just given. I slowly turned to look at the person behind me just to see their face. I would memorize it for later when I was able to function again.
His bright green eyes were striking and reminded me a lot of my own, and his strong features were set in a stern gaze as he watched me succumb to the medication. He had a small amount of stubble that made him look rugged yet distinguished and he was wearing the military’s black get up. Why was I not surprised? A military man selling out the supposed enemy? Sure, why not?
I could feel myself beginning to sway, and then my legs gave out entirely. I was falling in the same pattern as I had with my last dose, but much faster. The first time I was able to walk into a whole other room before yielding to its effects. I hadn’t even been able to take a single step now, not that I had even tried really. I rested both of my hands on the ground, putting all of my weight into them. The metal grate was grinding on my skin as I tried with all of my strength to hold myself up. I was trying to fight the paralisix with everything I had, but I was failing. The man then kneeled down in front of me and looked me in the eyes.
“Don’t fight it. Just let it take you,” he said. His voice was like velvet that wrapped around me. Its effect was almost hypnotic.
“No,” I mumbled, shaking my head in protest. “No.” That was the only word I could get out without drooling all over myself.
I could see him hold his hand out to someone behind me and something exchange hands. I moved to a sitting position. I was not going to lie down. I wasn’t. That would mean defeat. He took one of my arms and easily found a vein at the bend of my elbow, and there was nothing I could do to stop him. I could barely form a sentence let alone force my limbs to move. If anything, I was sinking farther and farther into exhaustion now and I was surprised I was still sitting up. He slid the needle in and pushed down the plunger, injecting me with an amber liquid.
“This is a paralisix booster. It’ll intensify the effect of the drug.”
He sure was right because I could see the world beginning to swim and my vision began to blur. The muscles holding me up relaxed and I fell forward and into his arms. He held me there as the drug took effect, moving my hair from my face and making calming sounds. He had apparently done this before. Everything went completely dark as I heard him once again told me not to fight it.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Guest Blog: S.C. Parris

I am very happy to be posting my second guest blog and also very happy to introduce another Permuted Press newbie just like myself. We have grown to be great friends and her book will also be released sometime in early 2015. Upon reading the information she sent me for this I can say I am very excited about her upcoming Permuted title "The Dark World," book one of the Dark World series. I hope you guys come to love her as much as I do.

Here is her author bio to get you guys started:

S.C. Parris is 22, from Long Island, New York. She currently attends college on Long Island, and lives with her family.
She wrote THE DARK WORLD and THE IMMORTAL’S GUIDE, self-publishing them through Createspace in 2011 and 2012. She began work on the third novel in the series THE TWO SWORDS, before the entire series (5 books) got picked up by Permuted Press.

THE DARK WORLD will be re-released by the prominent horror publisher in early 2015.

She has had a short story, the beginning of a full length novel still being written, published by Before Sunrise Press entitled A Night of Frivolity in April of last year (2013).

You can find all her work on Amazon, Goodreads, her website, and soon, the Permuted Press website.

You can contact her via Facebook, Goodreads, Twitter, and

Now a nice blurb to get you guys hooked (I hope you guys love this as much as I do):

""Her Alexandria Stone."
These are some of the last words Xavier Delacroix hears from his beloved Eleanor Black...just before she bursts into a Lycan Creature. And if this wasn't enough to rattle Xavier's brilliant mind, other Vampires - namely Dracula - are becoming elusive and speaking only in vague air about Xavier's supposedly brilliant blood.
But with a human to find, Lycans to kill, and questions to ask, Xavier is not so sure what to believe anymore...or who."

And here are some links you guys can visit to tide you over:

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Sunday, July 20, 2014

Guest Blog: Stephen Kozeniewski


Stephen Kozeniewski lives with his wife and two cats in Pennsylvania, the birthplace of the modern zombie. During his time as a Field Artillery officer, he served for three years in Oklahoma and one in Iraq, where due to what he assumes was a clerical error, he was awarded the Bronze Star. He is also a classically trained linguist, which sounds much more impressive than saying his bachelor's degree is in German.

This work is on sale for .99 cents this week through July 27th at the link that will be posted below for purchase.


After ravenous corpses topple society and consume most of the world’s population, freighter captain Henk Martigan is shocked to receive a distress call. Eighty survivors beg him to whisk them away to the relative safety of the South Pacific. Martigan wants to help, but to rescue anyone he must first pass through the nightmare backwater of the Curien island chain.

A power struggle is brewing in the Curiens. On one side, a billionaire seeks to squeeze all the profit he can out of the apocalypse. Opposing him is the charismatic leader of a cargo cult. When a lunatic warlord berths an aircraft carrier off the coast and stakes his own claim on the islands, the stage is set for a bloody showdown.

To save the remnants of humanity (and himself), Captain Martigan must defeat all three of his ruthless new foes and brave the gruesome horrors of...THE GHOUL ARCHIPELAGO.


Our next interview subject needs no introduction.  Time’s Man of the Year, number one on the Forbes 400 two years running, CEO and chief programmer of Sex Drive Multinational, the one, the only: Rand Bergeron! 

Mr. Bergeron is most famous, of course, for his invention of the ubiquitous Sex Drive collar, the world’s first and only virtual reality device with a direct neural interface.  This past week SDM finally eclipsed the Umbrella Corporation as the world’s largest corporate entity and in honor of that achievement, Mr. Bergeron has graciously granted Inside the Mind of Kindra Sowder a few minutes of his precious time for this interview.

1.  Do you play any sports?

Oh.  “Yeah.”  I play “tons” of sports.  Jai alai is my favorite, but bowling is a close second.  I’ve just got nothing but time on my hands to play a bunch of stupid…next question.

2.  What do you do to unwind and relax?

Well, I do the same thing everyone does.  After a long day at work I like to kick back and relax with my Sex Drive collar and one of my favorite programs.  Every day Sex Drive Multinational is signing the likenesses, both classic and modern, of some of the most popular models, athletes, and reality show stars in the world…all for your pleasure.  Dirrrty-era Xtina?  You got it.  Modern Jennie Garth?  Absolutely.  ‘90s Jennie Garth?  We’re working on it.  But perhaps the best part about being the owner is, I get to test all of our virtual likenesses before they go live to the general public.

3.  Who should play you in a film?

George Clooney.  Well, like a young George Clooney.  Wait, who’s a young George Clooney?  How about Channing Tatum?  Yeah.  I think he could pull it off.  Maybe if he had better acting chops.

4.  What would we find under your bed?

Probably one of the girls I kicked out of bed last night for eating crackers if you know what I mean!  Nudge nudge wink wink.  I really can’t keep track of them all, you know.  Sigh…

5.  What is the next big thing?

Oooh, there are some very exciting changes coming down the pike for your Sex Drive collars, ladies and gentlemen.  I do not want to give anything away, but if you tune into the E3 expo this year, I will be doing a live, hands-on demonstration that will blow…you…away.  Do not miss it!  Sex Drive 2.0!  You won’t even believe all the new functionalities already built into your existing devices that we’ll be releasing for the first time.  You thought you were a slave to your Sex Drive before?  Wait until what I’ve got in store for you drops!

6.  What one word best describes you?

Or, no, wait!
No, wait, just…Rand.

7.  You just won a huge lottery what is the first thing you'll buy?

The lottery is just a tax on people too stupid to do what I do.  Sure, keep playing the lottery, you pack of mendicants.  What would I do with another hundred million?  Buy a gold-plated shark tank?  Who would want that anyway?  You wouldn’t even be able to see inside!  That’s a terrible idea.  Go away.  Next question.

8.  Is there a piece of advice that you have received that has really stuck with you? If so, what was it?

My first boss after I dropped out of MIT, Mark, used to tell me, “No one is your friend in business…just your chum.”  He really gave me my first break and I was always grateful to him for it.  In fact, I was so grateful that when I made my bones in business and finally leveraged a hostile takeover of his company, I let him keep his pension.



New Content Coming

Good evening (or morning) Followers,

I am adding new content to my blog very soon. Like, as soon as I can. I will begin doing guest blogs with my fellow Permuted Press authors (whether their book is already out or not). I see it this way, exposure is exposure. Doesn't matter if you get it before release or after! I hope you guys enjoy the guest blogs!

Monday, July 14, 2014

My Guest Blog

Good evening Followers,

I figured, before I jumped back to my writing, I would jot down a little friendly reminder that my guest blog with talented author Clarissa Johal goes live tonight! If interested in viewing it I am posting a link below.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Great Bitten: RELEASE!

Hello Followers,

I have the pleasure of announcing that a good friend of mine and fellow Permuted Press author has released a book today! We are all very excited and I definitely think it is a book worth checking out. The plot is amazing so here it is below straight from the Permuted Press website:

You’re walking down the street in the early hours of the morning, in one of the most densely populated cities in the world, when you see something that makes the rational side of your brain itch. It has mortal wounds and shouldn’t be walking, but it is, and if you hang around for too long, it will be heading towards you. How would you react?
You survive the initial throes of civil unrest and the collapse of law and order. The world has become your playground. What kind of person do you become?
You have never lived for anyone else except yourself. You are selfish. You like being alive. But you do have a conscience, and a soul. Who do you save first?
Warren is not a likeable man. Warren doesn’t even like himself. But he does like existing, and he wants to continue doing it, no matter what hell is emerging around him. Being pragmatic and a bit of a gut to boot, he doesn’t find making the hard decisions difficult. What he does find out, is that the hard decisions are not necessarily the right ones. And being a bastard in life does not prepare you for the clashes that will ensue once the edges of society begin to blur and fade out.

It isn’t just the infected and the resurrected that Warren needs to be wary of, as he negotiates his way around the post-infection south coast in a haphazard attempt to keep himself and his family survive.

I am also including the link to where you can purchase this in ebook, paperback, etc:

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Beyond Ecstatic!

Hello Followers!

I am very excited to be letting you all know that, even though my book won't be out for a while, I already have a guest blog lined up that will go live Monday night with my fellow Permutant Press author Clarissa Johal! I am very excited to be announcing this as it is my very first guest blog and I look to do many more in the future! Exposure is exposure, right? I am posting a link below so everyone can go check it out once it is up. Follow the ashes everyone, because the screams come next!