GUEST BLOG: Armand Rosamilia Talks Miami Spy Games
Who is this goateed badass that makes Kerry King look like the bassist in a Nickelback cover band? He is Armand Rosamilia and he is responsible for some of the best zombie fiction in the genre over the last few years. His extreme zombie novella, Highway to Hell, was reviewed on this very blog a while ago and now, he is promoting his latest endeavor, Miami Spy Games. As a fan of both the artist and his work, I'm gladly giving up some blog real estate to talk about his new offering.
Career, Romance, and 50 Shades of Michele Dunaway
I've known Michele for awhile and in addition to being a good friend, she's a great writer who has been an invaluable resource to me in my own writing career. I was thrilled to be able to chat with her about her career and her thoughts, as a romance writer, on 50 Shades of Grey. For the Walrus Publishing article, click HERE.
Andrew Asberry: Gateway Gothamite
As a fan of the Dark Knight Detective, one of my favorite websites is Batman-News.com. Great stuff and excellent reviews. Having said that, I was more than a little surprised to find that one of the writers for the site, Andrew Asberry, is a fellow St. Louis native. As such, I tracked him down, had a chat with him, and wrote up a piece for Walrus Publishing. Click HERE for all the creamy goodness that is the story of another follower of the Goddamned Batman.
G. Norman Lippert & the Son of Harry Potter
So did G. Norman Lippert. Only instead of pining away, he decided to do something about it. He decided to continue the Potter legacy by writing about The Chosen One's son, James. The extraordinary books, given the blessing by JK Rowling herself, can be downloaded for FREE at a number of sites. For the full story on Lippert and how this all came to be, check out my interview with him at Walrus Publishing.