Welcome to Gleefully Macabre!

Welcome to my website! Whether you were brought here by interest in my work or a Google search gone terribly wrong, I encourage you to hang around and start clicking away!

My new novel, Cyclops Road, is out now in Kindle and paperback editions!

The Kindle and paperback editions of Blister are now available!

My new novel, The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever, is available at bookstore near YOU! Or, if you’re an online shopper, grab it from Amazon.

(P.S.: People who leave reviews on Amazon deserve great big hugs!)

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The Haunted Forest Tour

The Haunted Forest Tour, a novel I co-wrote with James A. Moore, is back!!!

Sure, it was only gone for a few days, and you probably didn’t notice. But it’s back, with a lower price ($2.99 for 87,000 words of non-stop gory monster action) and a new cover by Lynne Hansen.

Get it HERE.



Collection Three(ish)

My third short story collection will be announced very soon. Well, sort of my third.

First there was Gleefully Macabre Tales.

Then there was Dead Clown Barbecue.

But then I had this short story called “Gave Up The Ghost” that was being made into a movie, and there was no sign that the anthology it was supposed to be published in was ever going to happen. It was too short to sell on its own, so I added a few other tales and called it the Dead Clown Barbecue Expansion Pack. Sold it for 99 cents.

Does that count as my third collection? I guess technically it is indeed a short story collection, even if it’s only about a quarter as long as the first two.

And then Cemetery Dance published Cemetery Dance Select: Jeff StrandThis series of books features numerous authors and is meant to be sort of a sampler. If you see the cover and think, “Who the hell is Jeff Strand?” the contents will answer that question. It contains one story each from Gleefully Macabre Tales, Dead Clown Barbecue, and Dead Clown Barbecue Expansion Pack, plus a story that hadn’t been in any collections, plus a hidden bonus reprint of one of my most popular stories.

(There’s also a hardcover limited edition available for the truly discerning collectors.)

Anyway…soon I’ll be announcing my next short story collection. This one is a full-length book like Gleefully Macabre Tales and Dead Clown Barbecue. It’s a mix of reprints and brand-new stuff.

And the cover is freaky. Beware.


The Devil’s Guests

Master of extreme horror Matt Shaw has written a new novel…but he blackmailed a bunch of other authors to help him out. (To be fair, I don’t know that the others were blackmailed. I only know my own situation. I assume that Mr. Shaw has deeply incriminating material on all of the other participants, but I don’t know that for sure, so don’t think less of them.)

(I do encourage you to think less of Matt Shaw, though. I mean, the dude blackmailed me into writing a chapter for him. Who does that?)

The book is The Devil’s Guests. I wrote a guest chapter. My chapter is lowbrow and childish and I’m ashamed to think that you may read it. It comes out on February 7th, a dark day indeed, but you can pre-order it right HERE.




Dread State

I don’t post about politics on my website (though on social media I’m perhaps a tiny bit more outspoken) but I did write the foreword to Dread State, a collection of politically themed horror stories. Check it out HERE.


DWELLER Audiobook

The audio edition of Dweller, which is read by Scott Thomas (who also did the audio editions of Wolf Hunt, Wolf Hunt 2, and Pressure) is now available on Audible!

Click HERE to give your ears something to do.

It’ll be up on Amazon and iTunes in the next few days. And remember that most of my audio editions are available ridiculously cheap if you buy the ridiculously cheap e-books (and you can bounce between the two without losing your place!). It happens automatically with no timeframe, but I’ll keep ya posted…


January Newsletter

I just sent out the January 2017 issue of my newsletter. It contains the usual nonsense, along with a brand-new short story.

Check it out HERE.

If you think, “Goodness, what a delightful short story that was! I want to read this newsletter every single month for free!” click HERE.



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