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Under the Broken Moon is now available!

So it’s official, Under the Broken Moon is officially available on Amazon. You should maybe check it out.


That is all.


Coming Soon: Under the Broken Moon


Hello, Minions.

You may have noticed I haven’t been around a lot on the blog or Twitter as of late. There has been a good reason for this. I’ve been hard at work on a new collection of short stories for you to devour. These aren’t the 100 word variety stories you may be used to seeing from me in 100 Tiny Tales of Terror or Wicked Little Things or even here on my blog. They’re longer than that, quite a bit longer actually. They’re more along the lines of Socks and Zombie Tree, but instead of being singles, there are four of them wrapped into one glorious package. I hope you have as much fun reading them as I had writing them. If you pick up a copy, I do hope you’ll find the time to leave a short review (or at least a star rating on Goodreads) to let other readers know what you thought. That goes for any book, not just mine.

The book:

Under the Broken Moon (The Darkest of Nights, Volume One)

The blurb:

The broken moon looks down upon us all, and judges humanity with its hateful eye. Under the cover of darkness it births the monsters that haunt our worst nightmares, and it watches, all the while laughing at those of us unfortunate enough to cross paths with its demon spawn. Some survive their encounters with the tainted world the broken moon leaves in its wake. Others are not so lucky. These are the stories of four of those unfortunate souls.

The release date:

Mark your calendars. Under the Broken Moon is set to drop on March 15th. If you’re too lazy to mark your calendar (I know I am) you can just go ahead and pre-order your copy right now so you don’t forget.

 The link:



Now go forth and do my bidding by spreading the word until all mortals know of my creation, my wonderful minions.

And while you’re here why not sign up for my mailing list and get a free copy of Zombie Tree?

Warmest regards,


Weekly Photo Challenge: Selfie

This week’s photo challenge is “Selfie.” This is me with my newest book, which isn’t even out yet and I’m already halfway through (note the fortune cookie fortune I’m using as a book marker). I won it in a contest. That’s how I do. It’s The Bird Eater by Ania Ahlborn. Yeah, I know. I covered up the title… oops! If you like horror, I’d recommend reading her books. Tell her Adam sent you. It might not get you a discount, but hopefully it’ll bump up my street cred, which is holding steady right around none at the moment.

Yes, I'm aware that I could use a shave.

Yes, I’m aware that I could use a shave.

Recommended Reading: The Horribles by Nathaniel Lambert

The Horribles By Nathaniel Lambert

The Horribles is one of those little gems you don’t know what to think going into it, but it ends up being more than worth the read. It’s relatively short but that doesn’t detract from the story. I’m a big believer in making the length fit the story rather than forcing the story to fit into a certain length. This book is a perfect example of that. Adding anything more to the story would have likely taken away from the work and made it that much less interesting.

The story revolves around a reclusive shut in whose parents were murdered when he was a boy and what happens when he finally ventures out of his home. I won’t say any more as I’d rather not ruin it for you, but suffice to say, what happens is definitively horrible.

I picked this up as a freebie during one of its free promotion days on Amazon and I don’t regret it one bit. You never know what you’re getting when you pick up a book that doesn’t cost you a dime. Sometimes they’re garbage, sometimes they’re gems. This book is definitely in the latter category. The reviews on Amazon speak the truth.

Buy it, read it, love it. You’ll thank me later.