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The 2016 Locus Recommended Reading List is now online and Certain Dark Things has been included under the Horror category. If you have not read and/or reviewed this novel now might be the time to do it.Also included in the Locus list are five short...

[mybooktable book="3965" display="summary" buybutton_shadowbox="false"]Certain Dark Things hits bookstores today. Run, don't walk, to your nearest bookstore for a copy. A huge thanks to everyone involved with this book, including my agent Eddie Schneider, my editor Quressa Robinson, Thomas Dunne Books who published the book, translator...

This is the last in a series of blog posts before the release of Certain Dark Things. I’ll be discussing Mexican films, the barrios of Mexico City, and the folklore which inspired the novel.[mybooktable book="3965" display="summary" buybutton_shadowbox="false"]My grandfather was a painter. Not the kind...

[mybooktable book="3965" display="summary" buybutton_shadowbox="false"]To celebrate the launch of my second novel, Certain Dark Things, I am giving away a prize pack which will contain not only this book, but my debut novel Signal to Noise. Enter by October 31.I am still mailing postcards to promote...

Do you want a Halloween postcard from moi? You can have it! These delightful postcards, with artwork by Canadian artist GMB Chomichuk, celebrate the launch of my Mexican vampire novel Certain Dark Things.Please:Fill out this form Subscribe to my newsletter, follow me on Twitter...

This is the third in a series of blog posts before the release of Certain Dark Things. I'll be discussing Mexican films, the barrios of Mexico City, and the folklore which inspired the novel.[mybooktable book="3965" display="summary" buybutton_shadowbox="false"]Naming something establishes boundaries. When you say "bird,"...

This is the second in a series of blog posts, published each Monday until the release of Certain Dark Things. I'll be discussing Mexican films, the barrios of Mexico City, and the folklore which inspired the novel.[mybooktable book="3965" display="summary" buybutton_shadowbox="false"]Certain Dark Things is dedicated...

I was guest editor at Nightmare this October, for the issue titled POC Destroy Horror, now on sale. I was tasked with selecting four original stories, Tananarive Due worked on reprints and Maurice Broaddus edited non-fiction.Some 250 stories arrived in the slush. I read all...