It’s Halloween! I hope you enjoy it and you never run out of candy. (And if you live on the East Coast, I hope you stayed safe and Sandy didn’t make you suffer.)
Last night I signed up for World Horror 2013, which takes place in New Orleans next June (13-16). (I’ll be putting this on the Events Calendar soon with links.) The Bram Stoker Award Weekend will also be taking place in conjunction with World Horror – double the fun! I love that city. If I see you there, I’ll buy you a Hurricane (drink) or a plate of beignets (French doughnuts), whichever you prefer.
Also, wanted to mention again that my new eBook, “The White Death and Other Ghastly Ghost Stories” is available on Amazon and other online stores. There are eight reprints and two newer tales – ten dark stories in all for only $2.99. Check them out if you like to be scared. (See previous post for the Amazon link or click the Amazon Author icon on my front page.)
Lastly, visit the U.K. site Ginger Nuts of Horror to read their interview with Yours Truly: Five Minutes With Debbie Kuhn.
Have a safe and happy Halloween!
The Kindle edition of my new short story collection, “The White Death and Other Ghastly Ghost Stories” is now available on Amazon. The collection includes ten dark tales (see link for story descriptions). Other versions will be available before long as well – check back here soon!
In the meantime, here’s the eBook’s Table of Contents/Story Titles:
1. The White Death
2. Little White Casket
3. Ghost Writer
5. Flower Girl
6. What Happened in the Cellar
7. Frankie Revetta’s Favorite Chair
8. Red Barchetta
9. Playground for the Dead
10. The Power of Moonlight
The cool book cover is by English artist, Danielle Tunstall. Check out her page here.
Tom Piccirilli is a super nice guy and an extremely talented, prolific writer. I’m sad to report that Tom was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor last month and underwent a five hour operation two weeks ago. Soon, he’ll begin chemotherapy treatments. Tom’s wife has stopped working in order to take care of him. They could really use some help with the astronomical medical bills. If you can, please visit Tom’s website or his page on Amazon and buy an eBook or paperback. There are many to choose from and you won’t be sorry you gave his work a try.
Also, if you would prefer to donate money (any amount would be appreciated), there’s a fundraiser being held for Tom on Indiegogo until the end of October:
Thanks so much!
October will be a great month! Ebook news coming soon! In the meantime, enjoy the spooky-licious holiday! (And an Irene and Ellie-Senile Sisters cartoon. Illustration by C.N. Pitts.)