The newest instalment of Cryptid Clash!, “Rumble” by Nikki Nelson-Hicks, is now available from 18thWall Productions. Mongolian Death Worms versus the monstrous Eaters in the Rocks, with a bevy of bureaucrats, environmentalists and mercenaries caught in the middle. (more…)
My newest Age of Sigmar novella, “Hammerhal”, is now available from Black Library in the new anthology, Hammerhal & Other Stories. It finds Gardus Steel Soul and his silver-armoured Hallowed Knights at war once more, this time against the sinister machinations of the servants of Tzeentch. (more…)
A new entry in 18thWall Productions’ Cryptid Clash! series, edited by James Bojaciuk and myself, is now available. “The Himalayan Horror”, by C.L. Werner, finds yetis brawling with Nazis, as well as a devilish canine out of nightmare. (more…)
Halloween is almost here, and that means a new Pulpwork Halloween Special is out. It includes my story, “The Bride of the Hound”, a new Royal Occultist adventure, featuring the return of the abominable Hound of Mons, as well as a few other familiar faces. (more…)
I’m behind on my Patreon announcements. There are two new stories available – one for patrons and one that’s free to read. The former, “The Tiger, At Large”, features Baxter Sarlowe, a character I haven’t written about in some time, and his investigation of a haunted painting by Rousseau.
Too, in order to celebrate the season, I’ve decided to post a free Royal Occultist story a week, until Halloween. Starting with “The d’Erlette Configuration”, the stories have appeared before in one form or another, but it’s become something of a tradition to offer a up a bit of a treat for readers. Each of these stories was inspired, in part, by a favourite horror film of mine, from Fiend Without a Face (1958) to Tombs of the Blind Dead (1972). So be sure to check back each week for a new (old) story. And if you feel like checking out some of the patron-only stories, I encourage you to do so.