Thursday, October 24, 2013

Coffin Hop #1

It's the first day of Coffin Hop. What's that? Here's the brief description from
The quick answer is that we are a loose association of hundreds of horror authors and artists who get together for the week before Halloween, when we throw a colossal online party with prizes, giveaways and all the crazy you could want leading up to All Hallow’s Eve. Come back from October 24 – 31 to get in on the biggest, baddest, Halloweeniest online event of the year!
My raffle, beginning today and extending through the end of October, includes a grand prize--a kindle copy of the anthology Coffin Hop: Death by Drive-In--and two second prizes--a kindle copy of my ghost story novelette Highway 24.

Coffin Hop: Death by Drive-In is a collection of some of the best and brightest of the Coffin Hop crew, with 21 amazing B-movie inspired stories from some of the best Indie authors around. Go HERE to read more about it.

Highway 24In Highway 24, a young travelling salesman encounters a ghost on a lonely country highway and comes face-to-face with a dark secret from his father’s past.

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This is also the last day to enter my raffle for a Kindle copy of the Midnight Diner 4: Wastelands Under the Sun--hard-boiled speculative fiction with a Christian slant. The Diner 4 features my story “Morphine and Chocolate”. Click HERE to enter.

Sixpence and Rye and a Snake in a Pie: A Fractured Nursery RhymeAnd, last but not least, if your taste slithers toward twisted nursery rhymes and tales of revenge gone horribly wrong, grab my short story “Sixpence and Rye and a Snake in a Pie: A Fractured Nursery Rhyme”. It's forever free on Amazon and everywhere else.

Happy hopping and don't close the lid too tight.

Visit the other Coffin Hop bloggers below for more Halloween fun.


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    1. Thanks for stopping. Have my fingers crossed to win your fairy tales book.

  2. Thanks for joining the Coffin Hop. I've been commenting on your posts, even though commenting doesn't help me win anything. Your words make me reflect, and that is what I like to do in this season of fading dreams.

    1. Thanks for stopping and commenting, always appreciated.