Welcome to Gleefully Macabre!

Wolf Hunt 2 Dark Regions FinalWelcome 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!

The hardcover limited edition of Wolf Hunt 2 is now available for pre-order! Get it from Dark Regions Press or the paperback edition from Amazon. Or get it for your Kindle!

My new novel, Kumquat, is now available! Get the Kindle edition or the print edition from Amazon!

My new young adult comedy, I Have A Bad Feeling About This, is now available at the brick-and-mortar bookstore or online retailer of your choice! Being a young adult is not a requirement to read the book.

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

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Eyeball Inspection

I had my annual eye exam today. In a bizarre change from standard operating procedure, my prescription didn’t get stronger, meaning that I HAVE CONQUERED THE AGING PROCESS!!!!!! I will use my newfound immortality to catch up on Orange Is The New Black, and also maybe to watch Daredevil and The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

Have you ever been expecting a bad customer service experience, and it’s almost a little disappointing when you have a good one? When I transferred my screenwriting software to my new computer, the serial number used to authorize the new machine didn’t work, and in fact it wanted a completely different number of digits. And I was all like, “Those bastards are going to tell me that my license is no longer valid for this update of the software, and I’m going to be FILLED WITH ANGER AND RAGE AND FURY!

But, no, they just sent me a new serial number and everything is working fine. It was a complete waste of some perfectly good indignation. Bummer.

Productivity Tracking!

So I’ve got this big cork bulletin board. It’s covered with index cards representing To-Do items, and also books in progress. Underneath the book titles are long columns of colored pins. Each pin represents 1000 words. When I write those 1000 words, the colored pin is replaced with a wooden pin. When all of the colored pins have been replaced by wooden pins, the book is done!

The cork board isn’t going anywhere, but I spent a little bit of time this weekend researching iPhone apps that allow OCD tracking of writing productivity. Any suggestions?

My World Horror Convention 2015 Schedule

The tentative 2015 World Horror Convention (in Atlanta!) programming schedule has been posted right HERE. The convention is May 7-10, and all of the cool kids will be there. Here’s my official schedule:


8:00 PM: Reaching The Teen Audience. I’ll be moderating this panel discussion on young adult fiction. Panelists include Courtney Alameda, Jake Bible, John Dixon, Alethea Kontis, and Jonathan Maberry,

9:00 PM: Gave Up The Ghost screening. Yes, it’s your chance to see Gave Up The Ghost! Preceded by a screening of Chomp, and followed by a screening of Jizzly Bear.


11:00 AM: Reading. What will I read??? I don’t know yet. Something cool, though.

6:30 PM: Mass Signing. A huge room full of authors! Buy books! Bring books from home to get signed! Ask me to sign your souvenir program book! Or get nothing signed and just walk over to say hi. The choice is yours!


4:00 PM: Macabre Metamorphoses: From Werewolves to Skinwalkers to Shapeshifters. As the author of Wolf Hunt AND Wolf Hunt 2, I’m hopefully qualified to be on this panel with Bill Bridges, Brick Marlin, Kami Garcia, Stephen Graham-Jones, Brad C. Hodson, and Tim Waggoner.

7:30 PM: Bram Stoker Awards Banquet. I’m Master of Ceremonies for the seventh time. Have I run out of jokes? You’ll find out! As always, there will be live streaming video of the event if you want to watch in your pajamas.

Be there!!!

Print It

I can unlock my new phone with my thumb, but it doesn’t say “SCANNING…SCANNING…IDENTITY VERIFIED.” What good is that?

Eye Phone

I upgraded my phone yesterday. I’m no longer using 2010 technology like some godless primate. Things that were SORCERY a few years ago are now all lame and stuff (“Waaahhh! It’s taking too long to load my tweets!”) but now I’m caught up with 2014, where I will remain until 2020.

The weekend after next (April 30-May 3) I’ll be at the Sunscreen Film Festival in St. Petersburg, Florida. Chomp will be screening there three times. WHO’S GOING?

The weekend after that (May 7-10) I’ll be at the World Horror Convention in Atlanta, Georgia. WHO’S GOING?

10 Questions With Me!

The lovely and talented Carl Alves sent me 10 questions, I sent him back 10 answers, and he posted the whole thing on his blog for your reading enjoyment. If you can only work up the emotional investment necessary to read the first  7 or 8, that’s cool, no offense taken. Click on the handy link below.


Anything But Zombies

A while back, I mentioned that I’d written a story called “The Sentient Cherry Cola That Tried To Destroy The World.” You probably thought I was making it up. At the very least, you didn’t think it was going to be in an anthology published by Simon & Schuster.

But, coming May 26th, it’s Anything But Zombies, tales of non-zombie apocalypse. If you’re the pre-ordering type, you can pre-order it right HERE.


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