Saturday, January 28, 2017


Give W. J. Howard some love and visit her Facebook Author Page. She has some great stuff for you. She shares links for events and posts for other authors as well as herself. I will be involved in a few things she has going on. She's definitely upping her game!  As for her books, I can vouch for the fact that The Courier Series is excellent!

Hustle thyselves over!

Blaze McRob

Wednesday, January 25, 2017


Memento Mori, is one fantastic horror anthology! Published by Digital Horror Fiction, an imprint of Digital Fiction Publishing Corp, blessed with having Bruce Lockhart as the managing editor, and filled with stories by outstanding authors, this tome is certain to please your horror palate. And it's only 99 cents!

Get it now! I got mine.

Blaze McRob

Book description:

If you’re looking for an array of Horror stories to sink your teeth into, look no further than Memento Mori…pay the Ferryman, and prepare to take the ride of your life.

The title, Memento Mori, is Latin and literally means: “Remember you too must die.” An ominous-sounding phrase, the saying derived from Puritan settlers who would often display tokens of death as a reminder to the living of the fragility of life…not to mention the eternal punishment awaiting those who wallowed in wickedness.

Death has always been a fascination to the living, meaning different things to different groups of people. Edgar Allan Poe nailed it when he said: “The boundaries which divide Life from Death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins?”

There is a wealth of truly incredible talent within these pages, each storyteller attempting to explore that very question. Here is a healthy book full of decidedly unhealthy stories. With Death being the key element in each one of those stories, you might be expecting a morbid ride, but rest assured, there are quite a few pieces of comedic gold lined inside this skeleton’s spine, along with the many that will send a chill down your own.

Thursday, January 19, 2017


Below is my book review for Dinosaur Lake, by Kathryn Meyer Griffith. As you can read, I love this book. It is the first one in a series. Kathryn has this one priced at free, so there's no reason to let it pass down the road. Do you love Dinosaur stories? This one is for you. Don't miss out on some great reading.

Blaze McRob

Book description:

 An ancient predator has been reborn in the caves beneath Crater Lake
…and it’s hungry.

Ex-cop Henry Shore has been Chief Park Ranger at Crater Lake National Park for eight years and he likes his park and his life the way it’s been. Safe. Tranquil. Predictable. But he’s about to be tested in so many ways. First the earthquakes begin…people begin to go missing…then there’s some mysterious water creature that’s taken up residence in the caves below Crater Lake and it’s not only growing in size, it’s aggressive and cunning…and very hungry.
And it’s decided it likes human beings. To eat.
And it can come up onto land.
So Henry, with the help of his wife, Ann; a young paleontologist named Justin; and a band of brave men must not only protect his park and his people from the monster but somehow find where it lives and destroy it…before it can kill again. ***

5.0 out of 5 stars Dinosaur Lake Is One Super Tale!, September 16, 2012
This review is from: Dinosaur Lake (Kindle Edition)
Dinosaur Lake, by Kathryn Meyer Griffith, rocks! Okay, so I'm one of Kathryn's biggest fans. I suppose I might be a bit prejudiced about her talents. This story contains many aspects that particularly grab me. I have visited Crater Lake many times; I have lived in Klamath Falls; and I am in love with the wilderness the way the people in this story are. However, Kathryn takes her magic wand and stirs all of these elements together to make one super story. I would rate this a multi genre book appealing to young adults and we older readers who simply love a great tale we can wrap our imagination around. This is perfect for that. Read this great book. You won't be disappointed!

Kathryn was kind enough to have given me a copy to read for review. However, I intend to purchase copies for my friends and family.

By the way, the cover art by Dawne Dominque is superb!
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Since this review was written, I purchased this great book. Just like I said I would.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017


W. J. Howard says:

 Pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed Solomon Kane. WATCH IT if you like dark fantasy & good vs. evil.

I guess that makes it clear that W.J. likes this movie. Go to the link above and read her entire review. Also, find out some  goodies about W. J. Howard and some other great movies and some not so great flicks, as well.

I'll see you there.

Blaze McRob

Tuesday, January 17, 2017


This award came as a total shock to me. With there being so many great review sites on the internet, for me to be a TOP 10 FINISHER BEST REVIEW SITE PREDITORS & EDITORS READERS POLL is a supreme honor. This website has always been much more about others than it has me. My Women In Horror Month extends well beyond the month of February every year. This year is no exception. I love talking about other authors, publishers, movies, and other review sites. It makes me extremely happy that someone saw fit to nominate me for this great award and that so many people saw fit to vote for me. Thank you very much. I will do my best to continue spreading the word about those who deserve it. I'll always be here for all of you.

Blaze McRob

Sunday, January 15, 2017


I wrote and posted this last year, and I'm putting it up here again. The link still carries the entire article. The post pretty much says it all.

The above post is a rather interesting one, I think. Hamden Rice is quite eloquent in talking about a discussion between his dad and him. Obviously, his father's message got across to him, and Hamden came to some concrete truths.

I read a lot of literature from both sides of the fence and keep an open mind on what happens around us. This article points out what Martin Luther King actually accomplished. The sixties were hell-on-wheels for many people. We had the war in 'Nam, and we had the Civil Rights movement. While many people equate John and Robert Kennedy with being major players in the Civil Rights Movement, the truth of the matter is they were not. They were actually ashamed of what others around the world were seeing in regards to what happened in Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, and other states. They told the Civil Rights leaders to chill.

Martin Luther King, the Freedom Riders, and others, refused to chill. How they were able to use a non-violent approach is beyond me. With so many politicians and idiot bigots running amok, it was an impossible task. And yet, they did.

I would prefer you read this article without me detailing what it contains, but remember one thing: white people are not responsible for Civil Rights having advanced as they did back then. Black people are.

Martin Luther King, you were a great man. You took upon you the mantle of responsibility and did your best, and you suffered for it. We suffered for it as well, for you are no longer with us. I will never forget that day in Alabama that I got to shake your hand. One day down the road, I hope to do it again.

Blaze McRob

Saturday, January 14, 2017



This is a post I put up a while back. It appears a lot of what happened in France is still going on around the world. Hmm. I guess it's not outdated. Let me know what you think. My language is a bit coarse, but it has to be. Some things are wrong. The gloves need to be taken off.

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The recent events in France have certainly filled me with hatred and disgust. Those who perpetrated these crimes have been killed. But there are more waiting in the wings. And these are soldiers of God? Give me a fucking break.

Now, before anyone says this is an anti-Muslim post, it's not. I have many Muslim friends. These terrorists are sick bastards hiding behind religion, using it as a reason to do what they do.

And lest any of you sitting in the pews of Christian churches raise your voices against Muslims, let me ask you why it took so long for the Black people in this country to get out from under the yoke of second-class citizenship. Your high-noses did not want it to happen. Not all of you, of course, but certainly plenty. And, as your voices were raised in praise of God centuries ago, the slave ships were bringing untold thousands of people over here.

Show me a passage in the Bible that states this was a proper thing to do.

What the events in France have shown me is that it is time for me to write about sacred cows. Some things are wrong, damn it, and they need to be exposed. Have you ever heard that an author should never post about politics or religion. Why? Makes no sense to me. Post away, authors. If I don't like it, I don't have to read it.

I won't post about either of those two things. There is no religion that is the right one in my eyes. And I feel if you want to be a good Christian all you need to do is open up your Bible and read. The same goes for other religions. Who needs an interpreter? I don't.

As for politics, it has become a big joke: from the politicians to us. Both parties hold out their hands to the big interest boys and slap cash in their pockets. Fuck the voters. We don't count. For example, one U.S. Senator wants to hand over Apache ancestral grounds to foreign companies so they can mine copper. Yes, he comes up with the,"This will be great for the economy in this area." Bullshit! Big business will get all the money, and they are not even from this country. This disgusts me. This land belongs to the Apaches.

Another case is the Keystone fiasco. Foreign interests and the Koch's will make the money. And . . . and they want to ship out the worst oil on the planet. Think of the environmental impact. You better, because big business and the politicians don't. And if you own a ranch or farm in the path of all this, eminent domain will allow these destructive bastards to simply take the land they need. Cool, huh?

Big oil doesn't stop there. Fracking is spreading everywhere. It sucks. It destroys the infrastructure, pollutes the water, causes earthquakes and more. If you don't want you and your children to get ill because of this lesson in stupidity, get the facts. Pennsylvania knows all about the downside.

And those of you who like to eat, Monsanto is preparing yummy food that I wouldn't touch with a ten foot stick. Big Business working hand in hand with Big Government again. Both parties. It doesn't matter. Another delightful thought is the use of insecticides killing bees and more. We need bees, people. They die; you starve. Some of these insecticides have the same chemical base as what was in Agent Orange. That's right, the same stuff that gave Vietnam Veterans cancer galore.

I'll stop here. I could go on and on about all of this, but I will take pen to hand or fingers to keyboard and let my tales of horror display real life horror intermixed within my fiction. No one will be a sacred cow as far as I'm concerned. My readers are smart. They will figure it out.

I Am Charlie is the slogan going around. I support that.

I Am Blaze, and I am pissed off. It is time to take off the gloves. Right is right and wrong is wrong. My stories are about to get darker. Much darker.

Blaze McRob

Friday, January 13, 2017


As is my custom, I will be jumping into the festivities at Women In Horror Month. I have been doing this for a number of years now. While this grand event showcases the talents of  many women - who give their all for the world of horror - in the month of February, I always extend it out. I believe that one year I went into August. Twenty-eight days is never enough for all the women masters at the craft. For too many years, this genre has been dominated by men. Wrongfully so. Women are every bit as good, and often better than men, when it comes to writing horror, acting in the genre, coming out with great music, and more. There's no sense in trying to deny this. It is the truth.

Follow my posts as I present to you fantastic Women In Horror. I will have interviews, shout-outs, book reviews, and more. I like to change things around. Also, I will let you know where you can find other folks who will be spreading the word.

Women In Horror. Find some new favorite authors. Read what your favorite horror women have coming up. Be here. I'll spread the word.

Thank you.

Blaze McRob

Thursday, January 12, 2017


Call For Obstruction, by W. J. Howard, is free this Friday on Amazon. What a great way to spend Friday the 13th! You will love the demon in this great book. Margery rocks!

Blaze McRob

Book description:

In a supernatural world where Hell's been over capacity since World War II, Satan has no choice but to open the Gates of Hell. When Barry's tricked into signing a contract to serve Satan, he's faced with a choice to help release the damned souls onto Earth or turn against Satan's evil plan. Either choice comes with a price, and with a screw up like Barry at the center of it all, there's no telling if God, Satan, or rogue demons will prevail.

Call for Obstruction is a past winner of the Textnovel Writing Contest.

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This book moves fast. Once you start it, it's hard to put down. The story features memorable, unique characters engaged in a battle between heaven and hell. The characters act like you'd expect them to act, speaking with natural dialogue and using language that is typical of their ages and professions. It feels like a very real story even though supernatural elements are present. It's a great book for somebody looking for a story that is different from the norm. It was set up well for a series and look forward to reading future installments.

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This story is a lot of fun. It looks at hell in a light-hearted way, and all the characters are well-developed. This story reminds me of Terry Pratchets work. This book is a quick read that is hard to put down.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017


Hit the link above for an engaging interview between Armand Rosamilia and Tim Meyer. You will learn everything there is to know about Armand. Well, not everything. That would not be cool. A man has to have a few secrets. Also, I asked Armand about his smile, since he never has one. He says it was photoshopped. Couldn't fool me. I knew it all along.

This is a great interview. Armand is a very talented author and podcast guru. There is much you can learn here.

Tell him Blaze sent you. That will give him pause to ponder.

Blaze McRob

Monday, January 9, 2017


I've been waiting for this book to come out. Why? Look at the cover art. How could you not want to put Brains Bacon Beer & Zombies on your Kindle? David Reuben Aslin did a great job with this humor/satire book. Okay, zombies are nasty, horrific critters, but why not add some humor to the mix? Frivolity can be a good thing.

Blaze McRob

Book description:

Life has become little more than a day to day fight for survival in this, TONGUE and CHEEK (and other body parts) APOCALYPTIC THRILLER.

The year is 2036. The place … a rapidly decaying totally (Baked) “Big Apple” New York City. Brains along with a few of his family, his best friend, Gil … and three very orthodox, Rabbi’s - have so far managed to survive the plague to end all plagues; by holding up inside the protected walls of what once not long ago was his families former Jewish Delicatessen.

On this day of days … Brains is determined to brave the dangers of zombies, street gangs, and other predators of the four legged variety. He and several of his rag-tag Kosher-eatery holdouts have decided to venture out into the city to try and have some good old fashion Fourth of July fun.
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This was really a fun zombie book! You have to check this one out. It has zombies, adventure, laughs and so much more. Came wait for the next one. 
5 starsGreat intro to a new serial by David Aslin By Billjr13 on July 22, 2016
Great intro to a new serial by David Aslin! A group of survivors from a Jewish neighborhood in New York scratch and claw for supplies and food. Oh and they live above their old family run delicatessen. A fun mix of humor and horror. As my friend Joe Bob says "Check it Out."


Are you aware there are Viking legends of the Undead? No? Hit the link above and read this free short story by Carole Gill on her website. Now you will be enlightened. While you're there, check out her other great stories, links, and more. Not only does she write great horror, she shares the word about other authors. She believes in giving back.

Right on, Carole Gill!

Blaze McRob

Sunday, January 8, 2017


Her Only Son, by Shawna Platt, is a great thriller/suspense/mystery that you'll want to read. Shawna has quite a way with words and tells a wonderful tale. Check out her other great books on her Amazon page,, as well. Shawna is no one hit wonder, and she does justice to many genres.

Read and enjoy!

Blaze McRob

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Book description:

 A government program gone wrong. Artificial insemination used to create a new breed of solider. The year is 2020 and war still plagues our world. After suffering extreme loss of life, the United States government creates a voluntary program called Operation Vala, which involves the artificial insemination of women between the ages of twenty-one and twenty-five to produce a child the military will claim and raise to be a new breed of soldier. When Kinsey Garrick finds herself an unwilling participant in the program, she chooses to fight back. When she escapes the compound with her newborn son, she becomes the target of a nationwide man hunt lead by the head of Operation Vala. Known only as Hakon, this man will stop at nothing to capture and destroy Kinsey, and take from her the one thing she's willing to risk it all for...her only son.

on September 22, 2015
Shawn Platt knows how to write a nail bitter. Her Only Son will keep you up at night because you can't put it down. Suspense from the first sentence. A must read.
Shawna Platt is an author and editor. She has published Her Only Son, Reflections-A Book of Poetry & Prose, and Lessons From the Shadows-Healing the Mind and Body.

She publishes the Shadows & Light Anthology.

She wrote Clover Hill and Shattered Sanctuary under the pen name Angel Shadow. Please visit her other Amazon author page under that name for information on these titles.

Editing credits include: Shadows & Light Quarterly Anthology, Night Shall Overtake by Michael Collins, and The Hollow by AnnMarie Martin.

She is a featured author on Peter Shepherd's Cultivate Life! eMagazine.

Some of her self-help articles are available via Podcast at iTunes (free of charge) through Cultivate Life! eMagazine by Trans4Mind.

Podcast #'s: 11, 13, 17, 22, 33, 76, 77, 127, 155, 156, 157, 158, and 239.

Her article Human Relations and Dynamics was featured on the International Beat (InBeat) 'Writer of Note' Program.

On March 18, 2010, she was the guest on the 60th episode of The Funky Writer Radio Show.

For more information, visit her website at:


This interview is a little dated, but is still fantastic! Check it out!

Terri DelCampo has an amazing interview on Wolf Paw Radio with Tony Wolf Paw. The link to the youtube podcast is above. This is a great job by Terri and Tony both. They share a lot of common beliefs. Tony is quite an interesting guy and puts his guests at ease, becoming instant friends with them. I love his folksy stories of his own upbringing and experiences.

I want to thank LR Shaw for introducing Terri and me to Tony. 

Enough from me. Hit the link above and get transported to a great podcast!

Blaze McRob

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Some links for Tony Wolf Paw and an intro into the podcast with Terri:

Published on Oct 4, 2015
Terri DelCampo writer and Editor for Blazing Owl Press
Specializes in Horror you can find her books in
Together with Husband who also is an Editor and Writer of Horror Books are the founders of their own publishing company.
In this interview we met the most dedicated workaholic author in the U.S

Saturday, January 7, 2017


Have you ever wondered about those ads on TV for totally quirky items you might never seek out otherwise, but there they are, staring you in the face courtesy of the boob tube? My friend Cory Cline has written about just one such ad. Things do not work out as expected. Ooh, la, la. Read Cory's book As Seen On TV.

Remember. Let the buyer beware.

Blaze McRob

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Book description:

 Gus Grissom is newly divorced and ready to get into "killer" shape. The high-tech exercise machine he bought from one of those late night commercials promises to help, but Gus will learn what they mean when they say, "buyer beware".

By Mr. Gibbons on November 13, 2015
For fans of Wrath James White, Richard Laymon, ect. Mr. Cline's short story had me laughing, cringing, laughing, and laughing. The main character Gus, is a recently divorced man , who like every divorced man, wants to get back in shape and score with the ladies. Gus has a very special way of scoring, and a very special machine to help him get his figure back. You will like this story. I am looking forward to reading more from this budding author. Funny and sick.
By Brisco County, Jr. on November 15, 2015
Dig up a bar of soap and a bottle of Jack. And not in that order.


Jon Olson is a Canadian author who is moving up the ladder in the horror genre. I like his original style. And, I have to admit that I enjoy his monsters and legends. Read Marrow and you'll see what I mean.

Blaze McRob

Book description:

There’s a reason no one ever harvested the trees off logging road number 17.

For generations, a creature has hidden deep in the woods of Nova Scotia. Those who knew of its legend feared it, and prayed it would never see the light of day. Ignoring the warnings, Tony Barrymore - of Triple L Lumber Company - cut deeper into the forest than any man should. The price? Unearthing a terror he couldn’t have imagined even if all the stories were true…

Thursday, January 5, 2017


I have a book review I did a while back for Adventures In Horrorland, by Suzie Lockhart and Bruce Lockhart 2nd. As you can see, I certainly love this collection of super horror tales.

Book description:

 Beware once you cross this threshold, there’s no going back. Experience 20 different tales of dread and despair that will have your heart pounding, and your mind drifting through gateways of things not of this world.
Relinquish your understanding of fear at the door, for the things that sprout forth from the minds of Suzie & Bruce Lockhart 2nd are far beyond the normal ideas of terror you’ve become accustomed to.
HorrorLand will take you on a rollercoaster ride of insanity, from the undead, to the great deceiver himself!
Around every corner, in every crack and crevice, you will encounter terror. You can’t find sanctuary even in your own home…
So why run?
Would you strike a deal with death, hunt the things of shadow and substance, or seek revenge over justice?
Come now, just one more step, to face your fears behind that looming, wrought iron gate. This is going to be one helluva of a show, and, in truth, now that you’re here… I really can’t let you go.

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Adventures In Horrorland, by Suzie Lockhart and Bruce Lockhart 2nd was aptly published last year on Halloween. Read it again this year. The stories will blow you away!

My favorite story is The Monster In Me, penned by both Suzie and Bruce. I am amazed at the fact a duo of authors was able to write this. Great job on both their parts. I can't tell who wrote what. All I can say is that this is horror at its best.

Be Careful What You Wish For, by Suzie, is another great tale, one that has a super ending. Gotta love that!

Shadow Rain, by Bruce, is so great it's hard to describe. It is part horror, part fantasy, and a lot about love. In short, it is a literary gem.

These three stories are my favorites, but they are all great. To show you how much I love this book, I have an autographed paperback version signed by both Suzie and Bruce, and I also bought the Kindle ebook. I don't wish to be one of those people who reviews without buying a book. It's not my style.

I want to see more from these great authors!


Here is the link for the book trailer produced by Beverly Cialone for Destiny Changed, my gritty Ghoul novella. She did a fantastic job once again. Beverly does all my book trailers.

This is not a book for children, by the way.

I hope you enjoy the book trailer.

Blaze McRob

Wednesday, January 4, 2017


Check out W. J. Howard's movie review for Cooties, an off the wall romp through Zombie Land. Her review pretty much will spill the beans on what this horror flick is all about. While you're there, leave a comment and you're entered to win a signed paperback copy of one of her great horror books Call for Obstruction or Warrant for Damnation. There will be one copy given away every week.

Great win/win, my friends!

Blaze McRob

Tuesday, January 3, 2017


The Island, by Clarissa Johal, is great psychological horror. A short while ago, it stood at #1 on Amazon's charts for horror/occult. Well deserved for sure. I bought a copy last year, so I can heartily recommend it. Clarissa wields a mighty pen. See what the buzz is about. Get your copy now!

Blaze McRob

Book description:

 Exploring a remote island can get you into trouble.
Especially when you stumble upon a cave and awaken two demons.

Rumors and superstition.
That's what Emma thinks about local gossip concerning her grandmother's "cursed" private island. Emma journeys to the island to ready it for sale. While out exploring, she unearths a hidden cave-a cave which holds answers to the island's dark past.
There may be more to the rumors than she thought.

Editorial Reviews


A Bookaholic's Fix: Feeding the Addiction "...simply brilliant...I loved how the suspense built throughout...I never knew what to expect next. If it had been a movie, I would have chewed my nails down to the quick. As it was, I couldn't put my Kindle down."

Us Girls & A Book "It was an AWESOME book! I absolutely loved it! I would give it more than 5 stars if I could. This book gripped me right from the beginning. The suspense kept the pages turning. I couldn't put it down! This is the first I have read by this author, but it definitely will not be the last."

Tammy's Tea Time "I was left on the edge of my seat not willing to put my Nook down until I could know how it all would end."

About the Author

Clarissa Johal is the author of paranormal novels, Poppy, The Island, Voices, Struck, and Between. When she's not listening to the ghosts in her head, she's swinging from a trapeze, or taking pictures of gargoyles. She shares her life with her husband, two daughters, and every stray animal that darkens their doorstep. 

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A bit grittier than her previous books, still not too gory (no swearing or sex either). More mainstream horror than psychological paranormal (like her last book, Voices). It’s the psychological aspect that really hits home. Clarissa Johal gets this. I find I enjoy each book more than the last. They’re all good, all interesting, all different. She knows how to build the tension, characters, and plot until you feel as tortured as her poor heroines. This one, though, gave me nightmares! I was careful where I stopped reading after that and made sure to do a little web surfing before turning out the light. The writing is superb. I don’t do spoilers (or even care to describe stories—I leave that to others), but will tell you Emma is terribly brave (too brave, I kept wanting to yell into the book “don’t!”—I know you know what I mean). Yet it’s totally believable for her character. The romantic element, Nathaniel, adds to the story without taking over (another thing this author does well). Same thing with her friend, Paisley. I may never look at the ocean or small islands the same again. Oh, and I think I need a bell, or two. Yes, this is one of those books.

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Suspense, mystery, and horror all mixed up into one story where you'll love the characters and fear what lurks on the island.

I can't recommend this book enough, it was such a good read, one I was barely able to set down. 

Format: Kindle Edition
When I heard about “The Island”, I immediately thought that it was a book that I would definitely not read at night. And that I did, which was fortunate, as there are several moments that would have made me sleep with the lights on.

The story is centered, as the title indicates, on an island that is believed to be cursed and Emma, whose grandmother Fae is the owner of the island. However, Emma’s grandmother has been missing for several years and is believed to be dead, so Emma sets out towards the island to prepare it for sale.

As soon as she arrives on the island, to clean up Fae’s cabin, strange things start to happen, but Emma disregards them and provides her own explanations to the events. As she explores the island, she stumbles upon a cave, and after she falls into it, she discovers that there is something lurking in the shadows. What happens next will have you guessing until the last page, wondering not only what this thing is, but if Emma will eventually make it out alive.

I would say that this is truly a book that keeps you on the edge of your seat, with much suspense and some scary moments to go along.

Sunday, January 1, 2017

I'll be re-posting links to our book trailers for the books at Blazing Owl Press. Beverly Cialone produces all our trailers and does a super job.

This one  is for Blood Spatter, the first book published by Blazing Owl Press. This is a spooky ooky collection of fourteen tales written by Terri DelCampo and me just in time for Halloween. As the trailer shows, this is a messy, twisted collection. Happy Halloween! Hey, Halloween is all year for me.

Published on Oct 7, 2015
Trailer produced by Author Beverly Cialone exclusively for the horrifying collection of short stories, "Blood Spatter," by horror authors Blaze McRob and Terri DelCampo-Nelson of Blazing Owl Press. Music credits "Midnight" by Trans-Siberian Orchestra and "Midnight Symphony" by Beethoven.

Blaze McRob