A kleptomaniac, unemployed IT guy, a shopaholic, and a deranged drug dealer are trapped inside a Chicago mall on Black Friday by mysterious forces.
I know we’re only three months into 2017, but I can undoubtedly state that Black Friday is one of the best novels of the year. As a critic, I commend Hodges, and as a writer, I thank him for not adhering to the cookie-cutter genre tropes which befall so many other novels.
Black Friday is the best damn thing since sliced bread and a definite must-read.
It looks like The Horror Writer’s Association has their 2017 Bram Stoker Award Recommendations List up. On it, you’ll find my novel BLACK FRIDAY, along with novels like BORNE by Jeff VanderMeer and MONSTROSITY by Tim Curran.
It’s nice to be on the list.
If you have not checked out BLACK FRIDAY yet, it’s now out (and soon to be an audiobook).
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The best science fiction and fantasy convention in the Rockies is coming up fast, and my schedule has recently materialized.
I hope to see some of you there! I’ll be reading from BLACK FRIDAY, signing autographs, and appearing on panels with Tor editor Claire Eddy and David Farland. Spring is here in Montana, and it’s freaking amazing.