Ever since I started sculpting, I have wanted to create a throwback to the mail-in kids’ club packages I remember from the 80s and 90s. Those, now nostalgic, sign-ups we’d send in–sometimes with box tops, sometimes with Kool-Aid stamps or product labels–which resulted in a surprise package at our doorsteps. These boxes would contain all
The Writing Tips App Good writing comes from experience and practice. In reality, there’s no better way to become better at writing than reading a lot, and practicing your writing. There is, however, one way to help speed things up and boost your writing prowess through the help of apps. While it neither tells you
I recently had the great pleasure of interviewing friend, writer, and all around good guy, Ben Eads, about his new book CRACKED SKY. If you take any two things away from this interview, they should be as follows: Buy Ben’s book. If there were such a thing as interviewer school, and I attended–I’d fail.
Greetings members, new and old, and the Candy Corn Apocalypse Army! I’m here today because my YouTube channel has finally reached AND exceeded 1,000 subscribers (1,003 at last count). To celebrate both this milestone and the holiday season, I’m running a giveaway. The giveaway will run until Christmas eve, at which time I’ll announce the winner.
Greetings, lunatics of the Candy Corn Apocalypse Army! It feels like an eternity, but the October Halloween Sale for my store, Candy Corn Apocalypse, is finally upon us. This article is to lay out the prices, quantities, pictures of the items, and precise sale time. That way you know exactly what to expect come
It’s been a while since I utilized my website, and as I was typing this FB update up, I realized, dang…this is LONG! So here we are. Sculpting news ahoy! Yesterday I finished casting all of the Leslie Vernon Magnet heads, and today was dedicated to “machine work” (namely, sanding the backs) and priming them.
By Jonathan Winn James Patterson is afraid of me. The simple fact that I exist keeps him awake at night. And the audacity of my daring to release yet another book throws him into a quietly desperate frenzy of doubt. Why? Because, like all those other gate-crashing “wannabes who don’t work hard” – as Big
On Friday, June 13th, there will be a full moon. The collision of these two events (like stars aligning) signals a moment in time when all horror fans can rejoice together and revel in the glory of our favorite genre’s many gifts. Because listen. Here’s the thing. In terms of actual holidays, we have
To help celebrate the release of my new short story “Loosely Enforced Rules,” and to get the word out about my countdown deal for Welcome to Moon Hill, I decided to run a giveaway. Considering my undying love for mystery boxes, it seemed obvious what I had to do. First order of business: Take a
With the arrival of summer and my course load shrinking by a third, I have been putting a lot of work into my writing these past weeks. The first thing I want to do is release some new “readables” for my fans. I have two ebooks lined up for immediate release (immediate being a relative