A Stephen King September

September is my favorite month. It's the month we say goodbye to summer and hello to the best season of the year, Fall. My birthday also falls (get it?) in September. So does Stephen King's. It's today actually. He turns 70. 

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Keep on chooglin'

I've heard that Cemetery Dance Magazine will have open submissions this Autumn. Since learning this, I have started a short story called Never Tear Us Apart. It's just under 3,000 words right now and is in the early stages of creation, aka the first draft.

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The Everett Exorcism and Twin Peaks

Lincoln Cole is trying is hand at publishing with Kindle Scout again. His first and only published work with them is Raven's Peak, a modern-action-horror and also the first of the Raven's Series. This time around, he's submitted another horror, The Everett Exorcism. There are only 10 days left to nominate it. Supporting him would mean a great deal to the both of us.

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Autumn Dark Free Promo Results

I ran a free promo for Autumn Dark over the past two days, April 8-9th. It shot up to #49 out of EVERY free eBook on Amazon, eventually claiming the #2 spot a few hours later, where it would stay until Day Two before dropping only to #3!

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Gwendy's Button Box and the return of CWDP

Richard Chizmar released the first chapter of Gwendy's Button Box, a book written by Richard Chizmar and Stephen King, today on his website. Go to richardchizmar.com to read it. The opening is a promising one, and I'm already intrigued to discover what exactly it is Gwendy, our protagonist, will have to overcome. It also felt good to be back in Castle Rock, even if for a short while.

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The Resistance/New Anthology

Steven Pressfield calls it The Resistance. Julia Cameron calls it The Great Censor. I call it both. It's that thing that tells you you aren't good enough. It works in mysterious ways, much like how some people describe the Lord. It's trying to sabotage me from printing my first draft of my next book (not really, but I thought this would be a good way to start this post). Well, it's kind of trying to. I forgot to number the pages on my manuscript after I uploaded it to the UPS website for print. Upon fixing said error, I was unsuccessful twice in uploading it again. Apparently there's a problem with the server now. No worries, IT never succeeds. And you shouldn't allow it to either.

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Old Man Winter

This is the perfect time to get cozy under a blanket and read a great book. What with the frigid cold and wind and rain and snow and sleet, why be outside? Take cover, people! The Old Man has arrived and he won't be going away anytime soon. There will be plenty of time to put on the pounds over the final days of December, work them off in January and February, and fit back into those denims just in time for March. Until then, READ. Let an author take you away to another world, one where the characters are far worse off than you are. 

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