Tag Archive: novel

Aug 31

BOOKNOOK.BIZ SEZ “DEVIL’S CATCH” COVER IS DONE RIGHT!

  I couldn’t be more pleased to discover this article by the friendly folk at Booknook.biz. Read the full article HERE. The article is so thorough, going through each element of design and evaluating it, that I feel I’d passed a final exam! All I can add is this: from my perspective, a great book …

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Jul 14

DEVIL’S CATCH FX REEL (2015)

A short compilation of some of the effects works that went into creating the one-minute book trailer for my book Devil’s Catch (check it out here). Very grateful for our dedicated crew. We had a blast making it.  

Jun 16

DEVIL’S CATCH – AN INTRODUCTION

It was going to be a Mozart opera with a body count. It didn’t turn out that way. Sex Ed was done, to begin with. It was 2009. I was full of bluster and vinegar, but I had harbored a secret, one I could no longer keep down inside: I was a long time horror …

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Jun 12

“HORRIBLY FABULOUS” – FIRST REVIEW! “DEVIL’S CATCH” RECEIVES FIVE STARS ON AMAZON

Amazon reader Cecilia Stein writes: “This was fantastic! Really funny and lots of horror. Of course it had some stock characters as every teen slasher should, but the main character was unique and interesting. From the first chapter, Devil’s Catch is off with a bloody bang and the end is really fabulous and unexpected” Cecilia, …

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Jun 08

DEVIL’S CATCH: THE MAKING OF A BOOK COVER, PART TWO

Continued from PART ONE. You can read PART ONE HERE. Cintia said yes. Thankfully, she was agreeable to modifying one of her existing works for the purposes of a book cover. Interestingly enough, she had lent one of her other works for the cover for an Italian publication! Our deal was simple: she agreed to …

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Jun 04

DEVIL’S CATCH – THE BOOK TRAILER (2015)

Play it LOUD:  

Jun 03

DEVIL’S CATCH: THE MAKING OF A BOOK TRAILER

I hate book trailers. You should too. Most are God-awful, featuring really bad wanna-be actors directed by wanna-be directors who have no idea what the book is they’re adapting visually. Most book trailers fall under the categories of silly (anything comic), fake epic (fantasy roleplay performed in front of a green screen) or they overreach …

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