Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Three Feathers – An Approach to Location-Driven Writing

In fiction writing, we usually distinquish between plot-driven and character-driven stories. Ideally, there’s a healthy balance between the two, otherwise the story ends up either in the shallow part of the pool or drowning in the deep end. In my other job, I’m a licensed real estate broker. Maybe that’s why I was drawn to a third approach: location, […]

My First Publishing Deal, and it’s WEIRD.

I remember, I was probably eleven or twelve years old, when I got my first tape recorder. That was back in Germany sometime in the seventies. Best of Elvis was out and everyone still listened to The Beatles. You can get those recorders now for $1 on ebay. It looked very similar to this:   […]

3 . 2 . 1 . LAUNCH!!!

In an unprecedented publishing event, on February 23rd, 2015, five (5!) new Apocalypse Weird novels will be launched simultaneously. They include: Texocalypse Now by Michael Bunker and Nick Cole   The Dark Knight by Nick Cole   Reversal by Jennifer Ellis   The Serenity Strain by Chris Pourteau     Immunity by E.E. Giorgi. (cover […]

Apocalypse Weird – A Revolution in Publishing

  You may have heard and seen me talk about it here and there – this strange new thing I’m involved in. Apocalypse Weird is its name. It doesn’t sound like much at first glance. Just another thing. I’d like to take a moment and tell you why I think Apocalypse Weird will revolutionize the publishing industry. Never […]