Last Spring, some horror authors (Armand Rosamilia, Chuck Buda, Frank Edler, and Dan Padavona) embarked on a small book tour. For some strange reason, they let me tag along. We stopped at local breweries across the Garden State and drank most of their beer, and hey – we also sold a few books. This year, we’re getting the gang back together again, and this time we’ll be hitting up five breweries. Most of them are located in New Jersey, however, we’re upping the ante and we’ve added Lancaster, Pennsylvania to the list of places to get sloppy-drunk. Also this year, we’re expanding the roster and adding super-cool Todd Keisling, the lovely Somer Canon, and Krampus expert Matt Manochio to the author list. Be sure to check out the tour’s FACEBOOK PAGE for more info and feel free to let us know if you’re coming (we love that!). The following posters will let you know where we’ll be and when (click on the posters to learn more about these awesome venues and support our local breweries!):
This week I had the pleasure of interviewing one of my favorite writers – the always-entertaining Chad Lutzke. I’ve read a few of Chad’s novellas over the last few years and each one has hit me right in the feels. The dude does horror well, but he also knows how to sucker-punch you in the gut. With his words. Not with his fists. That’d be mean and Chad isn’t mean. He’s actually a really nice guy. Okay, just read this interview and judge for yourself. Also, check out his newest novella from Bloodshot Books, Stirring the Sheets. It’s on sale now and you’re not gonna want to miss this.