Wednesday, June 30, 2010

The Last Days of Jericho Now Available At Amazon


The Last Days of Jericho has gone live at Amazon!

The paperback version is $12.95. The Kindle version is $2.99.

I'd like to thank everyone for all the support I received while writing and publishing this book.

A monster is approaching the Bronze Age city of Yarich.

It cannot be stopped. It cannot be turned aside.

And the monster is…God Himself.

The Canaanite city of Yarich is home to a society that is literate, cosmopolitan – and doomed. Sakal, caravan-master to the Melek or king of the city-state, recounts the tale of the increasingly desperate battle for survival waged by an urban culture against fanatical outsiders – nomads from the desert wielding a terrible supernatural power. Half Deuteronomy, half Gojira, Brookside’s story examines the horror that arises from the knowledge of inexorable fate, and explores the moral ambiguity at the heart of the Old Testament tales that help make up the foundation of western civilization.


Friday, June 25, 2010

De Bello Lemures Reviewed at


De Bello Lemures received a very gracious review from the folks over at today.

UNRV is an in-depth content site for anyone with an interest in Ancient Rome. I'm flattered that they even considered De Bello Lemures for a review, and very gratified by their positive take.


Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Free Preview of The Last Days of Jericho Now Available


A .PDF format preview of the first four chapters of The Last Days of Jericho is now available as a free download.

I will try to have .EPUB and .MOBI versions available later this week.

Check it out, and let me know what you think!

The full version will be released on July 1st!


Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Win a Copy of The Last Days of Jericho


To celebrate the upcoming release of The Last Days of Jericho, I'm going to give away two copies on July 1st.

The winners will have their choice of autographed copies of the paperback or the ebook version.

To enter, reply in the comments section of this post. You'll need to use an ID that gives me a way to contact you, whether at your own site or via email.

Since I intend to promote this to my Facebook friends, there are some rules and disclaimers I have to post:

1. No purchase necessary.
2. You must be 18 or over.
3. You cannot live in Belgium, Norway, Sweden, India, or any country embargoed by the United States.
4. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. You understand that you are providing your information to the Annotated Horror Blog and not to Facebook. The information you provide will only be used to notify you if you win the contest.

You can view the book trailer here.

You can download a free preview of the first four chapters here.