Monday, April 4, 2016

The Beldam's Eye and Thoroughly Modern Monsters: Now Available (...again!)


Just a short post today to announce that my books Thoroughly Modern Monsters and The Beldam's Eye are once again available on Amazon in ebook and paperback format!

It has been a little over a year and half since these books were available, and I'm so delighted to have them in print again.


A love-sick vampire working at a department store. 

A confident siren kept from his home by the owner of a traveling carnival. 

A famous crime-fighting werewolf reunited with his hostile brother. 

The age of the monster under the bed is over! New law integrates all beings considered monsters by the United States government into human society, throwing them into the workforce. As these beings overcome workplace woes, unexpected romance and any personal demons that may have come along for the ride, they discover for better or worse what it means to be a thoroughly modern monster. 

Thoroughly Modern Monsters is a collection of seven short stories complete at 21,800 words.

When Erasmus Bramble finds the recently-deceased Angus Heyer rummaging through his kitchen cabinets, he knows he has a unique case on his hands. 

As paranormal investigators in rural Ohio, Ras and his business partner Antony Yeats tackle ghostly problems on a daily basis, from poltergeist exterminations to troubled spirits just looking for a shoulder to cry on. Angus isn’t looking for ghost therapy. He needs Ras and Yeats to help him retrieve a pocket watch stolen from him after death, a pocket watch that is said to be cursed: The Beldam’s Eye. 

The skeptical Ras and Yeats agree to take Angus’s case, but they soon find themselves in over their heads, facing murder, theft and perilous dark magic. Is it all just backwoods superstition or is the curse of The Beldam’s Eye grisly reality?


Before you ask: These Hellish Happenings, my first book, is not yet back in print. This is inevitably the book that I am most often asked about. (Someone is obviously attempting to sell a print copy on Amazon for almost $500. I love this book, but believe me, it ain't worth that.) There are a few options on the table with that particular book, but I promise I'll keep you all posted.

Thank you for taking a look today, folks, and be on the lookout for a new post later this week (one that's not just a big ol' self-centered book announcement!).

Stay spooky,

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