“Descending into the hellish underworld of the drains to face the horrors lurking below, unnatural abominations like arachnocobras, spider bats and supercrocs is the stuff of nightmare. Human determination and courage pitted against a horde of mutant monstrosities constantly getting bigger, faster, more deadly. The only thing that could conceivably make conditions worse for those sentenced to clearing the drains would be if the horrors infesting them began to get smarter . . . and started working together. Down in the Drains is tough, fast paced futuristic adventure with depth and bite.”
If you like hard boiled SF horror, this is the book for you. Available soon through the usual channels (this website or directly through Amazon) Drains will be published in both print and Kindle editions. Read the first chapter NOW by clicking on the Free heading on this site.
The first issue of Daniel Boyd‘s new graphic novel Salt, on which I worked as an associate editor, is now available for download through Caliber Comics. Salt is the sequel to the Ghastly Award nominated Carbon and is already getting rave reviews. It gets my highest recommendation, and if you haven’t gotten your copy of Carbon yet, I’d suggest you get off your dead ass and do so as well.
Also, Bobby Blaze Smedley‘s new book, I Kicked Out OnTwo, for which I wrote an introduction, will be available later this week. If you’ve read Bobby’s first book, Pin Me, Pay Me (and if you haven’t may I point you toward the suggestion in the above paragraph) you know Bobby isn’t just a damn fine wrestler but a damn fine storyteller as well. Again, I can’t recommend this book enough.
Both DFZ and Bill make an appearance in The Angry Filmmaker Kelley Baker’s upcoming book, Road Dog. As soon as it becomes available, I’ll let you know.
Lastly, I’ll have a couple books of my own out in the near future, the first being the seriously kick ass science fiction novel, Down In The Drains. More information on this soon.
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Just in time for you last minute Christmas shoppers, Worlds Beyond is now available on Kindle.
Out soon,in time for Christmas will be Worlds Beyond, William’s sixth collection of short stories. Featuring stories originally published in SF and fantasy magazines of the late 70’s such as Dark Fantasy, Fantasy and Terror, Strange Skies and others with a cover by world renowned fantasy artist Stephen Fabian.
William will be on the Voices of Appalachia internet radio program tonight at 7 pm with an interview conducted by fellow author Eric Douglas. Listen in as the author of such spine chillers as “Gone Where The Goblins Go” and “She Saw Dinosaurs” discusses his work.
Just in time for Halloween, William’s new collection of short stories is now available in both print and Kindle editions. The title story has been added to the free section for your reading pleasure.