It’s Coffin Hop Web Tour time again, from now through the 31st. This is the only blog tour I do annually, partly because I have been to these blogs each year for three years now, but also because it’s fun to hang out with other Horror fans. There are giveaways on every site, as well, so that’s fun.
This year they have a Death by Drive-in anthology, which will have its proceeds donated to www.litworld.org.
Adventures in SciFi Publishing (which I run–literally, I’m jogging in place right now) will have daily posts, and each book mentioned in those posts will go into a “box” for two winners to choose from. So far, we’ve had my Top 3 Villains and a book review for Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu by Mercedes Yardley. So far in the box we have: The Wicked by James Newman, Fiend by Peter Stenson, John Dies at the End by David Wong and Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu by Mercedes Yardley.
On Monday, I’ll post the first of two podcast interviews with Ronald Malfi and Kevin Lucia, in which we just about mention every one of Ron’s books, so those will all go in the box too. You can subscribe to Adventures in SciFi Publishing on iTunes if you’d like a reminder not to miss it.
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Welcome to my wing of the haunted mansion that is the Coffin Hop Horror Web Tour. Today I podcast interview Christian Thriller writer, Teric Darken. Here is an audio sample of the interview you can find in its entirety at the Holy Worlds Podcast: Coffin Hop Interview with Teric Darken. Last year I interviewed the founders, AudioTim 14: Axel Howerton and Julie Jansen. This year, I’m a published author, and am interviewing other authors in the Monsters! anthology my first story will be published in.
The Prize: 1st Place: A copy of the Monsters! Anthology (paperback or ebook). 2nd Place: Feckless Anthology (Kindle)
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Hey Horror fans, there is a blog tour going on right now until the 31st with tons of giveaways and cool people. Go to www.coffinhop.blogspot.com for a full list of participants. I interviewed the founders, Axel Howerton and Julie Jansen on my Audiotim podcast. Continue reading