Category: chiller

Book Review: ORIGIN, by Dan Brown

In 2003, I remember Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code’s big release. It was met with immediate outrage. Churches opposed it. There were conspiracy theories, and accusations of blasphemy. The hype tsunamied across media outlets (this was a year before Facebook was even invented, and three years before Twitter struck).  So naturally, everyone was reading […]

Book Review: The Terminal List, by Jack Carr

The Terminal List is a debut military thriller by former Navy SEAL, Jack Carr. And it is an explosive debut at that! With Mitch Rapp flavor, I found this novel impossible to put down. The storyline is straight forward, although there is nothing simple, or simplistic about the plot. When a Team of SEALS are […]

From Zombies to Wizards

In 2012, I signed a contract with Severed Press for a trilogy of zombie novels. To this day, the three books in that saga are still my best selling books. I wrote two more zombie books after the completion of the series. People love zombies. People love horror novels. No way around it. As a […]

Book Review: The Darkness Hunter

I first stumbled upon mystery novelist, Christopher Valen, when I won my first John Santana Novel. His latest, The Darkness Hunter, is the sixth I have read, and if I am not mistaken, the sixth written. So I think it is fair to say I have read, and own, a complete set to date. I loved how […]

Happy Birthday: A Night Terror

I needed to sleep before going back to work. If I was lucky I would get four hours. At some point I did fall asleep. I woke up two hours later, sweating. Mouth dry. The nightmare was fresh in my mind. I knew I needed to write it down before it disappeared from my memory […]