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Saturday, August 11, 2018

Writing Updates for August 2018—Out now, coming soon, and the future!

Hey! It's been a very long time since my last update here. In fact, I've only posted two updates this year so far—and it's already August! So, I wanted to write something for those who don't follow me on Twitter and Facebook or don't follow the email newsletter. (Do it, you know you want to!) I'll make it quick, I swear!

A Boy Possessed is out now! Do you like The Exorcist? Are you a fan of my supernatural books, like Her Suffering and Madness at Madison Mall? If so, then I think you'll like this one. Scattershot is now available for pre-order, releasing on September 13th. (the day after my birthday *wink, wink*) If you've been waiting for my return to extreme horror, this is it. It's a very violent and disturbing book. If you're not into serial killers, I'll be releasing a new cannibal horror book titled City of Hunger on October 11th. Off the top of my head, you can think of it as Children of the Corn meets The Hills Have Eyes. This one is also very gruesome.

In November, I should be releasing a book titled Dr. Sadist. This is another standalone book in my 'Snuff Network' series, which includes Mr. Snuff and Ms. Vengeance. You do not have to read the previous books in order to read this one, though. That's the great thing about standalones. Dr. Sadist will be my longest book to date. And, it will most likely be my most violent book ever. I'm not trying to hype it up, I'm just telling it how it is. The first six chapters alone are incredibly violent. Keep your eyes peeled for this one.

In December, I might be taking a little break from the horror genre. I wrote a book earlier this year about a teacher who tries to find justice for a student who was attacked in a school bathroom. It has similar tones to my book The Law of Retaliation, but it's mostly a dark and disturbing mystery book. But, if you enjoy my books, I think you'll still like this one. It has some very violent surprise that I don't want you to miss and I just think it's a great story. Please give it a chance when it releases.

I'm still undecided when it comes to 2019, although I already have a book written for next year. Part of me wants to experiment with new subgenres within extreme horror, part of me wants to continue writing some of the same old stuff ("if it ain't broken, yadda yadda..."), and part of me wants to write bigger, more daring books, meaning I would stick to the same formula but make the books more epic. Of course, if I went with the latter, that would probably mean I couldn't release a book every month next year. So, I have some decisions to make.

Regardless, I think 2019 is going to be a good year. And I hope you've enjoyed my releases so far this year. Thanks for reading! I always appreciate it!