Saturday, October 24, 2009

re:New Skullmask cover

We went with a new cover for the Weird Tales of the Skullmask; I'm very happy with the work from my publisher and the book got this great review:

                     Author Teel James Glenn writes a fast-paced action fantasy with deep homage to the pulp fiction classics of the 30s and 40s. Like other stories from this era (The Shadow, Doc Savage, Fu Manchu, Tarzan), SKULLMASK combines detecting with magic. The settings, too, (western, exotic tropical islands, and inner-city gang hangouts) reflect the golden age of pulp fiction. WEIRD TALES OF THE SKULLMASK makes for a fun and exciting read.

                     .                  Four Stars ****

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Re: Amazing October!


It is with considerable excitement that I make my October announcements:

On the 7th The Horsed Thief: a virtual tale of old Basra  premiers from Eternal Press. A swashbuckling love story with a twist.

  On the `5th The Escape Artist premiers from Whiskey Creek Press. A thriller set on the eve of the Millenium.

At the end of the month Weird Tales of the Skullmask comes out from BooksforABuck! A collection of horror adventure tales in the pulp tradition.


And this weekend I signed contracts for two more books with Whiskey Creek Press:


The Devil Wore Greasepaint a collection of horror stories with a theatrical theme and Gaslight Occurrences: the Steampulp Adventures of Augustus Argent. Both are due out next year.

And the month is not half over!!!!