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Posted on: March 30th, 2014 by Anthony Rapino

It’s been a while since I’ve posted here.  I hate not updating this page more often, but I do have a good reason for it: money.  I’m broke, and unfortunately, the more time I spend writing posts for this site, making videos for YouTube, writing horror stories, and basically doing all the things I really […]

Creepy Freebies: Free Horror Stories and Novels for Halloween
Posted on: October 18th, 2013 by Anthony Rapino 4 Comments

  As part of the third installment of Milo Fowler’s brainchild, Creepy Freebies, I am giving away my short story collection WELCOME TO MOON HILL for free for the next four days! As you might know, my brand spanking new audio book, REALITY ENGINEERS, also takes place in the Moon Hill universe, so now’s your […]

Posted on: August 13th, 2013 by Anthony Rapino 2 Comments

Exquisite Death An Audio Book Available now, a new audio book anthology from In Ear Entertainment. Zombies, freaks, vampires and… dogs? This anthology has everything a horror fan could ever want from a collection. Meet Bob, a plumber with some unusual methods of clog-unblocking; Ray, a teenage vampire who may depend on his friends a […]

Audio Horror Stories are an Exquisite Death
Posted on: July 19th, 2013 by Anthony Rapino 3 Comments

Greetings, friends.  I hope everyone out there in reader-land is finding ways to stay cool during this God-awful heat wave.  For the past two decades, I have spent every single summer stewing in my own juices with no air conditioner to set me free from the heat.  I’d do all I could to stay cool: […]

THE LIMINAL MAN Blog Tour and Contest
Posted on: February 1st, 2013 by Anthony Rapino 1 Comment

Today, I have the honor of welcoming a good friend, Todd Keisling, to my blog as part of his super-fantastic blog tour.  I don’t do many of these “hosting” gigs, so you know that when I do, it’s because I really dig the writer’s work.  I was first introduced to Todd’s writing in his first novel, A Life […]

Fever Dreams
Posted on: March 12th, 2012 by Anthony Rapino 11 Comments

I’ve been out of commission for the past few days due to the onset of an upper respiratory infection.  It left me quite weak and unable to do much more than pop various pills while drinking tea.  Although I’m finally starting to get better, the images of my fever dreams still linger. Before I proceed, […]

Free Kindle Ebook, Today Only
Posted on: February 15th, 2012 by Anthony Rapino 4 Comments

Today’s guest post is on Cate Gardner’s site, and is entitled “Riding Wind Gusts.”  Frankly, I’m surprised she posted it.  It defies all logic, which I guess was the point.  Please enjoy. If you’re not familiar with Cate’s work, you best get familiar.  Her most recent release for which she had her own blog tour […]

Ghosts in Parentheses
Posted on: February 13th, 2012 by Anthony Rapino 3 Comments

Today’s stop for the Moon Hill blog tour is Barry Napier’s Ghosts in Parentheses.  Stop by for a glimpse of the “Coffee-Fueled Insanity Rocket.”  Thank you, Barry, for letting me visit your site.  As a bit of cross-promotional karmic booster shot, I’d like to mention that Barry’s novel, Everything Theory: Cold Compass, is available in […]

Posted on: February 10th, 2012 by Anthony Rapino 6 Comments

Today I visit the magically awesome Laurita on her home turf:  Calling Shotgun.  In my guest post, Truth in Fiction, I discuss the inspiration for my story “Stanley” and give you, good readers, a free look at the story in question. Once you’ve visited Laurita (remember to wipe your feet!), come on back here and […]

Winners, Guest Posts, and Bears…Oh My?
Posted on: February 8th, 2012 by Anthony Rapino 8 Comments

I’m a big liar.  There are no bears! I have a few updates today.  First, the winner of the latest Schizo Squad Challenge is Jessica McHugh, who scored herself a free copy of Welcome to Moon Hill. Next, I have a super-awesome guest post on Liz Arroyo’s blog, Chandara Writes.  It’s entitled “The Sounds of […]

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