Note: This is re-posted from the author’s site. But my kids are super excited that this book is out. The long wait is over. Mik Murdoch: Identity Troubles is now available, both in print form and electronically. Well…that isn’t entirely true. It is mostly available electronically. Apparently our friends at Amazon aren’t sure that EvilContinue reading “Mik Murdoch: Identity Troubles is now available!”
Check out this wonderful review of our book, Dimensional Abscesses from our friends over at Tree Slices. via <i>Dimensional Abscesses</i>: edited by Jeffrey Hite & Michell Plested
Evil Alter Ego Press is pleased to announce, Suzy Vadori’s debut Young Adult Novel, The Fountain, has been shortlisted for the 2016 Prix Aurora Award. A short blurb about the book: Ava Marshall, dr… Source: The Fountain Has been Shortlisted
Two of the beta readers came to me after I published the book afraid I might end our friendship when I heard what they had to say. I’d given them copies with no edits and explained so at the time, but for them, the spelling errors had been so distracting, they couldn’t get very far.
his part, high adventure, the part campfire story, part traditional zombie story kept turning pages long into the night, and looking over my shoulder the whole time.
am giving away 5 copies of Dimensional Abscesses: Portals to Places You Don’t want to go. What do you have to win? Simple. Leave a comment below with a place you would not want to go before June 5th, and I will pick my 5 favorites. And of course sharing the contest with your friends will make it more fun.
I am very excited to share the cover of our new anthology.
If you have been reading this blog for some time you know I am a real sucker for history. I really get into it, when I start learning about a time period I find myself sucking up as much knowledge from as many sources as I can.
Chuck has all of these problems and more when he moves to his new school from Washington State. He discovers that not only does he have to deal with all the normal problems of moving to a new school but he has accidentally stepped into the middle of a battle ground on a higher plain.
Death, the ultimate of headmasters, has a test for Mother Nature. If she passes she will finally get that finally piece to her project, but if she fails it could mean the end to all life in the system.