I'm now announcing that, come hell or high water (both of which do in fact occur here) I'm putting out a book a month, making this a real, honest-to-gorsh book club that will deliver a fresh fruit to your mailbox every month. January's selection is, of course, Toulouse-inations, which reared its ugly little head day before yesterday. I haven't yet decided what the next volume for February will be, but I have a whole raft of almost-finished projects cluttering up that desk. The genres run the gamut from historical romance to hard-boiled detective to voodoo thrillers to science fiction, but the greater overarching genre is "pulp fiction", that glorious world where ineptitude meets exuberance at the corner of inscrutability and expedience.
Monday, December 29, 2014
Friday, May 24, 2013
"It's in the same vein as lurid crime shows like City Confidential, but with a paranormal twist. The pilot episode is about the Donna Fryman case in Louisville, wherein a woman was tried for murdering her ex-husband and claimed self-defense because he was possessed by demons. Actual cassette recordings of her husband in his "possessed" state were entered as evidence - and they do indeed sound scary! - and are played on the TV show."
"It's fun being one of those sit-in-a-chair guys on shows like these, and giving my typically oddball viewpoint on things," JSH added.
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Thursday, December 20, 2012
The first draft of the novel was written in 2011 before The Devil & Daniel Boone and privately circulated among friends, but has not seen the light of day with an official release until now.