Some Shara updates


I’m sad to say that I’ve been unable to contact Garrett Peck since shortly after he agreed to write the introduction to the Scrybe Press edition of Shara.

But I’m thrilled to announce that Gord Rollo, author of Crimson and another contributer to Blackridge Entertainment’s upcoming horror anthology film, has agreed to take on that duty. Gord’s a fine author and a hell of a nice guy. I look forward to seeing what he has to say about the book.

Eloy Edictions has expressed interest in publishing Shara in a German language translation, probably in 2010. Yes, this is the company that’s already agreed to do a German translation of Murdered by Human Wolves in 2007. Needless to say, I’m quite excited by this news. Can you imagine the time involved in translating an entire novel? Whew.

Edits on the manuscript are moving right along. I’m about 1/4 done. Nathan said he’d like to have Gord’s intro by mid-June, so we’re probably looking at a late June/early July release date.

Seven Days in Benevolence will follow that, from what I understand, hopefully in time to be “launched” at Horrorfind V in Baltimore.

Call to the Hunt is now available on all Amazon sites in every country. Of course, it’s still an English-language book, but you can buy it in France and Italy and Germany, etc. Go ye and buy my book for yourself and your friends and family.


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