Guest Post

Shadow of the Ghost Finder

In  the spirit of the season, here’s a sneak-peek at a thing the redoubtable John Linwood Grant and I have been discussing, of late. Something may come of it, or it may simply be a shadow of what might have been. Either way, enjoy John’s take on what might be… (more…)

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Just Write the Damn Thing

Today I’ll be turning things over to my compatriot, Bob Freeman, as part of the virtual tour for his newest novel, Keepers of the Dead, the second book in the Cairnwood Manor series. There’s a full itinerary for the tour available, if you’re interested, as well as links to the novels. I heartily recommend that you try them, as well as the rest of Bob’s writing, out post-haste. (more…)

A Grimoire of Eldritch Investigators: Lone Crow

My guest today is Joel Jenkins, writer of “Case of the Vorpal Tomahawk”, featuring Native American gunslinger/occult investigator, Lone Crow. Jenkins is the author of The Nuclear Suitcase as well as The Coming of Crow (a collection of stories featuring Lone Crow) and numerous short stories. You can find out more at http://www.joeljenkins.net/. (more…)

A Grimoire of Eldritch Investigators: Maybelle Tremens

My guest today is Thomas Deja, writer of “Body of Proof”, featuring Maybelle Tremens, AKA Dreamcatcher. Deja is the author of Shadow Legion: New Roads to Hell as well as numerous short stories. You can find out more at http://welcometonocturne.blogspot.co.uk/. (more…)

A Grimoire of Eldritch Investigators: Vera Van Slyke

My guest today is Tim Prasil, writer of “An Unanchored Man”, featuring Vera Van Slyke. Prasil is the author of Help for the Haunted: A Decade of Vera Van Slyke Ghostly Mysteries (also starring Vera Van Slyke). You can find out more at https://timprasil.wordpress.com/. (more…)

A Grimoire of Eldritch Investigators: Vinnie de Soth

My guest today is I.A. Watson, writer of “Vinnie de Soth and the Vampire Definition”, featuring down on his luck occult detective Vinnie de Soth. I.A. Watson is the author of Robin Hood: King of Sherwood and Sir Mumphrey Wilton and the Lost City of Mystery. His short fiction has appeared in numerous anthologies. You can find out more at http://www.chillwater.org.uk/writing/iawatsonhome.htm (more…)