Monday, October 31, 2011

Free Werewolf

Two and a half hours left to get a free Kindle version of Werewolf from me.  If you want it, send me a private message with your e-mail.  I'll get it to you within the next day.  The offer ends at 12:01 Eastern Time (U.S.) tonight, though.  Any messages received after that, are void.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Literary Easter Egg

For any fans of my Werewolf book, horror writing, or fans in general, after the Werewolf trilogy is complete, I will put out 4 horror anthologies.  Contained within one of them, will be a literary Easter Egg--a certain Werewolf character will have their own short story.  Of course, you will have to purchase and read the anthologies to discover it.  : )

WayHUGE Media

WayHUGE Media, the local Louisville media consultant company I met with tonight about putting Werewolf on other e-readers and coming up with a cover for Werewolf: Ascension, is a great company to work with.  Very personable, friendly people.  They are a growing company and have a lot of great ideas for promotion.  Also, very reasonably priced.  Willing to work with you for anything you need.  Contact Dustin Martin.  I'm very happy with WayHUGE Media.

Media Consultant

Meeting with a media consultant today to discuss getting the first Werewolf book on all other e-readers, and the cover and uploading of the second Werewolf book on all e-readers.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Signed Copies

I am now selling signed copies of Werewolf for $15 through PayPal.  Let me know if you are interested.

Friday, October 21, 2011


ANNOUNCEMENT: I will offer Werewolf for FREE, one day only, on Halloween.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Horror Anthology

Okay, I've decided that I'm going to take the 3 short stories I put on that website, plus a fourth I'm doing for contest, and add them to several others in order to publish an anthology of horror shorts in the near future.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Don't Give Up

I just discovered that the greatest cartoon of, at least, the last decade, Phineas and Ferb, had been passed over by networks for 16 years. That's YEARS. Not 16 times, but YEARS. That tells us two things: 1) all those networks were STUPID; 2) perseverance is the key to success. The creators could have giving up very early, thinking their idea was crap because they were being turned down, but they BELIEVED in it, even when no one else did. Sometimes you will be the only that believes, but that's okay, because YOUR belief is what will make the difference. DON'T GIVE UP.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Werewolf: Ascension release

Okay, it looks like Werewolf: Ascension will NOT be available by Halloween.  However, there is an end-date for the editing.  So, I'm gonna say November 15th; probably earlier, actually.  I should have it up on all e-readers on, or before, that date.  Don't be too upset, the best editor in the world is just being thorough. 

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Public reading of Werewolf

Next Saturday, on the 22nd, I will be doing a public reading of the first chapter from Werewolf at The Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library.  The reading is scheduled for 2:00 and I have a Q&A immediately after.  I will try to have some copies there to sign and sell.  If you can make it, I'd love to see you there.

Reader review of Werewolf

"Four out of Five Stars" Werewolf is a wonderful creation that manages to successfully combine established werewolf attributes and also add a new twist to them all the while not sacrificing anything of what makes either aspect intriguing. The novel has exceedingly likeable and very genuine charterers, just the right amount of action, as well as, a very well thought out plot, keeping the audience turning the pages. The novel has something for everyone. I enjoyed the novel and anticipate the next book in the trilogy.

Reader review of Werewolf

"Four out of Five Stars" so i just finished reading your book today (yes, i know it's taken me a REALLY long time) and it was amazing! i am so eager to find out what happens next and cannot wait to read the second! it was a easy read and kept my attention, especially at the end and anymore for something to keep my attention for that long is the greatest compliment i could i really feel like i got to know the characters and the details were incredibly descriptive; made me feel like i was right there. way to go Greg!

Reader review of Werewolf

"Four out of Five Stars" I just finished reading your book. It has been by far the best werewolf book I've ever read. Truly a masterpiece.
The moment I began reading took me to a whole new world. I was enthralled from every page I could not put the book down not even for a minute.
I was hoping that you would write another book. Because the ending left you wondering.
I just hope you will be working on another book

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Halloween Poetry

If anyone is looking for some good poetry this Halloween, check out Harrison Bradlow's If It Still Has A Head, It Isn't Quite Dead.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Sequel getting closer

The sequel, Werewolf: Ascension, is getting closer and closer to its release date.  Have you read the first book yet?  Werewolf available now on Kindle and paperback on Amazon, and Barnes and Noble.

Story of the Week Again

Got Story of the Week for the 2nd week in a row on the horror website.  This time for What You Eat.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Third horror short

My third horror short.  If you read What You Eat, this is the conclusion of that.  A different direction.  Trust me, and read it.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Next horror short

Just submitted my next short horror story for the website. I'll let you know as soon as it's approved and ready to be read. One thing, though: if you have a weak stomach, think twice.

Monday, October 3, 2011

Short Horror Story Posted

My short horror story is now posted.  Please go to the site, read and rate.  It's called Fear-landering.  Thanks.

Sunday, October 2, 2011


If you've not yet read Werewolf, the month of October would be the perfect time to do so.  It's available for 12.99 on Amazon in paperback, and .99 on Kindle.  It's also available on Barnes and Noble's website.  If you have read it, the book would make the perfect gift during October!