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How about some Black Magic for your #BlackFriday? My newest story, BLACK MAGIC, is now available as an eBook and a Podiobook.

If you heard the tale serialized on HorrorAddicts.net this season, you can now download the full story, as a Kindle eBook from Amazon, or in any format from Smashwords.com. If you missed its debut on the podcast, or if you missed an episode, or just want to hear it all en masse, Podiobooks is where you can subscribe to a new feed.

Also, in the spirit of Black Friday, I have a special coupon code for the anthology of vampire short stories, FRESH BLOOD, which features another story of Matt Black, BLACK & WHITE. This coupon is good to download the full eBook for only $0.99 from Smashwords.com. When you order, enter the code FX76F. This code only lasts through Black Friday.

So, what is BLACK MAGIC all about? This is a prequel tale of sorts to my current work in progress, BLACK CITY.

Capt. Matt Black and Dr. Andrew MacGillivray are a pair of paranormal private eyes hot on the trail of someone — or something — killing women during the raucous 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Stranger things are afoot however when their friend, L. Frank Baum, finds a man who was attacked not far from the World’s Fair.

It is a fun tale full of shapeshifters, wizards and witches, mystery and mayhem, topped off with a dollop of steampunk. Perfect for leftovers of your ritual sacrifice with pie!
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Wow, have I been busy lately. I just wrapped up publication of an anthology with some wonderful authors.

The Vampire Writers Support Group proudly presents FRESH BLOOD, an eclectic collection of short stories set in a dark, blood-soaked world full of vampires.

The authors gracing our pages are Daven Anderson, Matthew E. Banks, Lucy Blue, Jessica Cage, Danielle DeVor, Drusiana, Donna Fernstrom, Donald L. Pitsiladis, Karen Plaisance, Selene MacLeod, Brian Patrick McKinley, Dan Shaurette, Tabitha Grace Smith, Emma Rawlin, and Jay Wilburn.

The net proceeds from all sales will be donated to the National Hemophilia Foundation. (http://www.hemophilia.org/)

The book is on sale now at Amazon.com (as paperback and for Kindle) as well as from Smashwords.com as an eBook in many formats.

The paperback currently sells for $9.99 USD and all eBook versions sell for $3.99 USD.

Amazon Paperback: http://amzn.com/1492733814
Amazon Kindle: http://amzn.com/B00FYEJDPA
Smashwords eBooks: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/366878
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Happy Vampire Jesus Day (or for the orthodox - Zombie Jesus Day). The debate still rages on. What do you think?
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This is a great #crowdfunding  project to help Jody Whitesides produce his next album. What's just as exciting, if his project meets and exceeds the goal, funds that come in after that will be donated to a great charity. Win-win-win. Check it out!
 
My friend Jody is doing a crowdfunding project. Please go donate! For $10 you can get his next album! There's lots of cool stuff to be had.
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My kids showed me this. I can't stop laughing.
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Please, everyone... stop the madness!
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Really? Google Keep is like Evernote?

I'm going to have to look into that...
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    Indie Author, 1992 - present
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Phoenix, Arizona native goth-geek, byte banging digital alchemist, self-published author of LILITH'S LOVE, podcaster, father and husband.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Food is OK but service is lousy. There are a few other sushi alternatives nearby, and definitely better thai.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Professional, honest, and will do what it takes to help their customers.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
First, I'll start by saying that the food, once I was served, was good. Nowhere near worth the price. Certainly not worth the wait. The only reason I came by here was that they have a sign proclaiming that they are mostly gluten-free. I walked in, the place is empty, and I waited quite a while before anyone bothered to come out and seat me, without a menu. Eventually the waitress brought me out pita bread with onions. I asked her if the pita bread was gluten-free and she told me of course it wasn't. Now, I figured this, however, if your restaurant is proud to be gluten free, and hangs a sign outside to encourage customers seeking gluten-free foods then a) you should ask first before you bring out (not counting desserts) the main item of food that ISN'T gluten-free out to your customer and b) don't be rude to your customer. Look, you just basically waved something delicious that I miss in front of me and in effect said "too bad you can't have this." Getting past that, I was finally given a menu, and PLENTY of time to decide what I wanted. I ordered the Chicken Filet Sultani, which is chicken kabob with a ground meat koobideh kabob. The koobideh was good, the chicken was kind of tough. Not dry, but maybe overdone. I then also had to wait for the waitress to come around for me to pay the bill. I just dropped cash and left. If you are craving Persian food and you are in North Scottsdale, do not go to Pars. Get back onto Frank Lloyd Wright and drive west until you get to Scottsdale Road, then go north a little way and enjoy The Persian Room.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: GoodService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
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The best lunch specials around. Tends to the expensive side otherwise, but it is always good, fast, and fresh.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
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