Friday, February 14, 2014

Nine Heroes have arrived!!!!

Stencil Press is Proud to Announce the Release of “Nine Heroes”

Stencil Press is proud to release its first Heroic Fantasy short story anthology: “Nine Heroes.”  “Nine Heroes” is a collection of short stories from some of the most exciting fantasy authors working today.  Proceeds from the work will go towards promoting the Heroic Fantasy Facebook group.  The hope is that this book will generate sufficient funds to allow the members of Heroic Fantasy to promote the work of new and upcoming writers.

Stories include:

Black Sword by Janet Morris and Chris Morris
The Act of Sleepless Nights by Walter Rhein
To Kill a Myth by Jesse Duckworth
No Life Too Small by Douglas R. Brown
To Live by Tom Barczak
Dozen by Shane Porteous
Just One Mistake by A.L. Butcher
Witness to Death by Teel James Glenn
Through the Sting of Fairy Smoke by R.A. McCandless

“Nine Heroes” is currently available on the Createspace Bookstore and will be available through other retailers such as Amazon shortly.  Please visit the create space “Nine Heroes” page and help us out by clicking the blue Facebook “like” button available there. 

Review copies of “Nine Heroes” are currently available.  To request a review copy, please send an email to  Please include a link to a recent review.  Reviews should be posted on Amazon, Goodreads, and your personal blog (if applicable).

Also please check out the other works by the authors of “Nine Heroes” which are currently available.

The Sacred Band by Janet and Chris Morris
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The Reader of Acheron by Walter Rhein
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A Song of Betrayal by Jesse Duckworth
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The Rise of Cridon by Douglas R. Brown
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Veil of the Dragon by Tom Barczak
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How Gods Bleed by Shane Porteous

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Songs of a Warrior Priest by Teel James Glenn
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Tears of Heaven by R.A. McCandless
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Monday, February 10, 2014

My newest title: Sic-Magickal...

Imagine a world where the Germans won WWI in only 11 months- Europe wasn't deviated and a new golden age of science and magick happened--then you have the world of Sci-magickal!

by Teel James Glenn from Gypsy Shadow Publishing

When Jeremy Cross gets his scholarship to the Mabuse School for New Magicks in Germany, he has no idea what he is in for: the only Englishman in the academy, he receives all sorts of ribbing, yet he makes friends. When some of those friends, Elke, Gert and Oswald, come up with a wild scheme to break into the old Castle Godesburg and search for an ancient treasure, he goes along with them. None of them imagine they'll discover an ancient talisman of power or that poor Jeremy will become the victim of ancient magicks so powerful that none of his instructors can control them.

Things go from bad to worse when he becomes the pawn of fellow students in an incredible plan to kill a king and take over an empire. Old school days have never been like this!

Garden State Speculative Fiction Writers- Rock!!!!

I had the pleasure of visiting the Garden State Speculative Fiction Writers group last week. Much thanks to my editor at Dark Quest (and GSSW member) Neal Levin for inviting me.
I met some very cool writers and felt absolutely like one of the gang instantly.
I had a very neat conversation with Tom Joyce and he invited me to his blog (that will come) but then went home and wrote a very complimentary and incisive entry about my talk:

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Time to brag:
The final standings are in for the P& E polls.


Manchurian Shadows : 5th place Thriller
First Synn: The Bloodstone Confidential: Mystery

Short stories:

Fae for a Day: 2n place fantasy & Science Fiction
What the butler Didn’t See: 5th place horror

What the Indian Saw: 5th place ‘other stories”.

Friday, January 17, 2014

The Renfairies have returned!

The sequel to the hit book Queen Morgana & the Renfairies is here!

Once the Fae and mortal worlds lived side by side, then Queen Morgana became unhappy with a mortal hero and closed the passage between the worlds.
For many years the worlds of man and of fae could be breeched only in dreams or where dreams lived in the daylight: Renaissance Faires!
Then the barrier were opened again and the two worlds became as one-that was when things got interesting!
Now gods and ogres, jinn and demons cross into the world of mortal man with alarming regularity!
In this brave new world a farmer makes a wish and his deal with Fithral Mac Tir, the Leprechaun is not what he bargained for, an Englishman attends a party and accepts a terrible gift, a Manhattan bar bouncer throws the wrong little folk out of his pub and an actuary falls in love with a beautiful jinn princess.
Humans beware, when Renfairies attack, danger follows!

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Teaser for The Battle Banshee!

A film I play a bad guy in---as if you couldn't tell...