Writer: Dan Schkade
Artist: JD Faith
Letters: Jesse Snavlin
Cover: Dan Schkade & Jesse Snavlin
Editor: PJ Perez
“What’s the story, Savannah Loy?” asks the debut issue of the comic book San Hannibal. Award-winning journalist Savannah has mysteriously gone missing and private investigator Avery has been hired to find her by any means possible.
The search involves an angry boyfriend (possibly…
(Top to bottom: Mat Devine circa 2013; 2003; 2006)
Mat Devine is most known for his gig as frontman and songwriter for the atmospheric electronic Goth rock band Kill Hannah from Chicago, Illinois, but he is so much more. That’s why he is this month’s featured artist for Monthly Music Madness.
Mr. Devine formed the band Kill Hannah in 1994 and the band is still going strong today. I first saw…
Excerpt from Raising Chaos:
Bedlam – Monday, 12 a.m. GMT
I bopped my head in time with Billy Idol dancing with himself as the song pealed from the juke box. I’d picked the track in hopes that Khet would take the hint and dance with me, but it didn’t work. Before the song was half over, I got tired of waiting and bopped over to the counter, where she was poring over a triplicate form.
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D.C.J. WARDLE is the author of humorous novels Trading Vincent Crow and Vincent Crow: Export. In January 2013 he was author of the month on www.lovewriting.co.uk.
Holding post-graduate qualifications in development management as well as community water supply engineering, over the past fourteen years, he has worked in developing countries in Africa and Asia, managing emergency and development…
Here is an excerpt from Jessica Cage’s upcoming novel Siren’s Call, due out 4/20/14! I will be posting a review for it on 4/30/13!
Enjoy this little taste in promo photos and an exclusive excerpt!
“Sy, this is my brother Demetrius. He just got home from a business trip to Morocco.” Malachi spoke with an odd sense of pride as he made the introduction. Could he possibly be that proud of his…
Vincent Crow: Export is the sequel to D.C.J. Wardle’s comedy novel Trading Vincent Crow. Vincent decided to trade up his life every three months. New home, new squeeze, new everything.
In this sequel, the reader finds him going to Asia on a new business venture: opening a hotel with financial support from Jonathan Fairbanks, his American backer.
Of course, it wouldn’t be a comedy without a…
1. When/why did you decide to become a writer?
I never set out to become a writer; it just kind of happened and it was through the circumstances of a job that I was doing that actually sent me on the literary path. My first book was published back in 2005.
2. What authors inspired you when you were younger? What books do you enjoy reading today?
Jules Verne, H. G. Wells, Robert Louis Stevenson.…
In the sequel to Necessary Evils, Bill Carson pens a short novel about one thing: vengeance.
After the death of two loved ones, John Kane vows to bring down Jimmy Costa’s organized crime ring, but he isn’t the only person bent of revenge.
Jimmy’s brother Tony wad murdered and he is Hell-bent to find the killer…even if he has to shed a few gallons of blood himself to do it.
With paid mercenaries…
I love all books. I’m not too big on nonfiction, but I’m a book-lover by nature. My two biggest loves are romance (like Charlotte Brontë and indie author Nadine Keels) and anything paranormal that ISN’T Twilight.
I just finished Elizabeth Corrigan’s novel Oracle Of Philadelphia (Book One: Earthbound Angels). That is paranormal done right!
Khet/Cassia/Carrie (the three pseudonyms her friends…
In the latest short story from James DeSantis (author of the Exterminators series), he talks about survival and the sins of the father.
Sons goes from the tale of a small pack of wolves and the hunters that are pursuing them. The story of the wolves is particularly engaging, as it describes what might go on inside the hunted’s mind as it tries to protect its family.
And, in the tradition of…
1. When/why did you decide to become a writer?
When I was very young, I used words to escape reality. I was an emotional girl and real life often left me unable to face the day. Books became my world; it wasn’t long before I realized that I had so many worlds and characters in my head and I started to allow them to pour out on paper. I never shared my work but that was the time of my life when I…
I’m always wary of every paranormal novel I’m given for review. I read the classics and love anything to do with ghosts, but I didn’t have anything to worry about with Jessica Cage’s novella Last Stop.
Josephine Massey is a normal woman who loves photography. She hopes there is no afterlife and takes a train that hasa last stop in front of a bench rumored to be haunted.
When she finally meets…