Wishing everyone well on this Halloween! I've been watching all the Halloween films (1, 4, and 5 in the theater last night!) over the past couple of days.
I also have a cameo in a new film entitled I Filmed Your Death, which is
making its world premiere in Memphis, TN at Studio On the Square on
Halloween night at 10 pm. A song that I wrote is also featured in the
I’m Glyn Gardner.I’m
an Emergency Room nurse, former US Army medic, husband, and father of two
boys.I grew up in Grand Prairie Texas,
a suburb of Dallas.I grew up playing
basketball and football in the front yard, running through the neighborhood and
getting into trouble like any other boy in America.
Armand Rosamilia here, author, radio personality, father,
friend, countryman and lover of M&M's. I write mostly horror and zombie
fiction but I delve into thrillers, contemporary fiction, erotica and
steampunk. I like to tell stories no matter the genre.
October is my favorite month of the year. I celebrate Halloween the entire month long with horror movies, decorations, and scary books. I thought that I would turn the blog over to some authors of the genre this month. Here is an interview with novelist Leigh M. Lane to kick things off.
Thank you so much for
having me here. I’ve been writing horror
and dark fiction for over twenty years, with thirteen novels and a massive
collection of short stories under my belt.
I have a deep passion is Gothic, dystopian, and psychological horror. My Gothic novel, Finding Poe, was a 2013 EPIC finalist in horror. I’m married to editor Thomas B. Lane, Jr., my
biggest fan and greatest critic. I
wouldn’t be where I am today without his faithful motivation and deliciously
It's October which means I'll be focusing on some scary stuff all throughout the month! I'll have interviews with horror writers, review of horror filled books, and some other creepy material. To start, here's a review of a book about one of my favorite films.
In 1968, a group of young filmmakers, lead by director George A. Romero, released a low budget horror film that would eventually become a cult classic. The film was made with little money, and was basically an excuse to build the bank account of the commercial production company they owned. Instead, it launched Romero's career, created a new horror genre (that thrives today), and established the man as a legend.
Richard A Lester (b 1978) is an American writer of short stories, screenplays, and novels. He has worked on productions for Azbest Films, Piano Man Pictures, and Timid Monster. His debut novel, The Check Out, was nominated for a Southern Independent Booksellers Award in 2014. The audio version of the novel received the award for Best Narration, Male in the 2014 Television, Internet, and Video DC awards for narrator Steve Ember.