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Butcher Bitch and Other Updates

Hi everyone. It’s been a few months since I posted anything. I figured I should give you all some updates. First one, in the previous post, the book Dead Girl got a name change. I changed it to Fifty Shades of Hell. That was strictly a marketing decision. Dead Girl just didn’t seem to be resonating in my pre-release marketing, Fifty Shades of Hell does apply to the actual story plus is just a better known tagline and ended up being a good call. The book is doing quite well which makes me happy. I hope everyone is enjoying it. I’m extremely proud of this book which brings me to my next point.

Hacked Again and the Rape Van has arrived!

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Hey all! Thought I would check in with some quick updates on Rape Van and Hacked Again.

Rape Van is now available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle. I’m working on getting the audio book done as well. So far the reviews and feedback on Rape Van have been well received. Or, at least as well received as a book called Rape Van can be. Here is the Synopsis:

My Review of Rob Zombie’s 31

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Ok, where to start. First I want to clarify that I am not a Rob Zombie hater. I’m not a fanboy either. House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects are two of my favorite horror films of all time. I even enjoyed his first Halloween remake. Everything else he’s done has left me scratching my head. Many of my books, such as the Hell Texas stories have been compared to Zombie’s work which I’ve always taken as a compliment. 

Country Clubs and Rape Vans

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Hey guys! Sorry for the long gap in updates. I keep saying I will do better, but I spend more time updating social media and the website is a bit more tedious to update. That and I don’t blog much as well I don’t think anyone wants to read my mindless ramblings that don’t involve anal rape or cannibalism, so here we are. On to the good stuff!

Suicide Hotline

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My next release is called Suicide Hotline. This one is a collection of short stories, but all with a running theme and they all tie into the larger story. It should I also want to note that this book loosely ties in with The Country Club stories, but also stands on its own. So no need to read those if you’re just picking this book up for the first time. Here is the synopsis: