Sunday, August 16, 2015

Echoes From The Past

The finale to my run on Swamp Thing, #138: "And In The End", circa 1993.

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Walking Wolf: A Weird Western Available In Paperback



Walking Wolf, orphaned son of white settlers, is found as an infant by a Comanche brave and raised to be a proud warrior. He also happens to be a werewolf. 

When Walking Wolf loses control of his darker nature, killing the woman he loves and his best friend, he decides to head out into the white man’s world to learn more about who—and what—he truly is. On his journey of self-discovery, he crosses paths with deranged killers, a traveling medicine show, a vampire gunslinger, a fellow werewolf, and historical figures such as Quanah Parker and Sitting Bull. But of all the dangers he faces, none prove as deadly as the bounty hunter known as Witchfinder Jones, who holds the secret to Walking Wolf's origins.


Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Hell Come Sundown Gets Its 1st Stand Alone Print Edition


Originally published in 2004's Dead Man's Hand: Five Tales of the Weird West, Nancy A. Collins' Hell Come Sundown: A Dark Ranger Story  finally gets its own, separate stand alone print publication, courtesy of Open Road Distribution.


Troubled by Specters, Ghosts and Phantoms? Fear No More! There Is Help! Call For The Dark Ranger: Ghost Breaking A Specialty! No Spook Too Small, No Fiend Too Fierce! Our Motto: ‘One Wraith, One Ranger.'



Meet Sam Hell, former Texas lawman, now professional spook-buster who rides in the high plains with his Comanche shamaness companion, Pretty Woman, in search of Sangre, the undead conquistador who stole his life and transformed him into the Dark Ranger.





Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Lynch: A Gothik Western Now In Paperback


Johnny Pearl, former Confederate soldier turned outlaw, was one of the fastest guns in the Old West. But that was before he found redemption in the love of a good woman, the beautiful Katie Small Dove. Finally free to put his violent past behind him, he and his young wife began homesteading in the Dakotas and even dared to start a family. Then one day Captain Antioch Drake, a rogue U.S. Calvary officer, arrived on the Pearls' property, looking to avenge the massacre at Little Big Horn. Within minutes Johnny's house was on fire, his pregnant wife dead, and he himself swinging from the limb of a cottonwood tree. Normally, that would be the end of his story--except for the arrival of a wandering medicine show owned by the protege of a certain Dr. Frankenstein.

Johnny Pearl Is Dead. Long Live Lynch.

Now in paperback from Open Road Distribution. Cover art by Stephen R. Bissette (Swamp Thing, Tyrant, 1963, Taboo)





Monday, July 20, 2015

In The Blood, 2nd Book in the Sonja Blue Series, Now In Paperback


In The Blood, the direct sequel to the award-winning Sunglasses After Dark, is once more available in paperback from Open Road Integrated Media! Cover art by Sean Hartter.

William Palmer was just another private detective, spying on cheating spouses and working insurance fraud cases, until he fell for the wrong dame and woke up in the hospital to find himself framed for murder--and gifted with psychic abilities. A new client, however, is willing to pull a few strings and get the charges against him dropped, but only if he agrees to hunt down a certain missing person--a  mysterious, and possibly deadly woman known as Sonja Blue. It's not long before the psychic detective finds himself trapped in a haunted house, where the last thing he has to worry about is the ghost.




Sunday, July 19, 2015

Wild Blood Returns In Paperback


Young Skinner Cade goes on a road trip to discover who his biological parents really are--only to enter a world of inhuman blood lust and fury as he finds himself in the middle of a centuries old secret war between competing species of shapeshifters.



Friday, July 17, 2015

DOZEN BLACK ROSES Now Available in Digital w/ New Cover, Publisher


A DOZEN BLACK ROSES, the 4th book in the acclaimed Sonja Blue series, is now available in digital from Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble, Google, IndieBound, and Kobo courtesy of Open Road Integrated Media.