Josiah Upton is an independent author from Fort Worth, Texas. When he isn't assembling monsters to the heavy metal soundtrack playing in his head, he's enjoying domestic life with his lovely bride and three crazy little boys.
Happy New Year! It’s been a bit since I’ve posted, but I haven’t been idle…
Okay, I’ve been a little idle. When you’re stuck in the house with three young boys for 19 days, your energy to squeeze some writing in at night is rarely there. On the plus side, I’ve played lots of video games with my kids. That’s gotta count for something, right?
But now that the winter break is over and my chickens are back to school, it’s back to work for me. One of my resolutions this year is to
I love this holiday – the costumes, the decorations, the movies, the falling temperatures… and getting fatter off of candy, of course. And being a dad has made it even more fun. This year my kiddos dressed up as Jack Sparrow, Mario and a Zombie Doctor, while my wife and I transformed into Tinkerbell and Mr. Smee. But this All Hallows’ Eve, there’s something else I get to celebrate…
Offspring of The End has arrived! This book marks the last chapter in my Postmo
It’s been over five years since I started writing Sons of Sludge, and now the conclusion to Postmortem Anomalies is finally in sight. On October 31st (New Independence Day Eve!), the Kindle edition for Offspring of The End will be dressed, chopped, and ready for consumption. However, to all the hungry officers in the Hybrid Army, it’s available for pre-order right now!
Thank you to everyone who’s taken the journey with me, Zaul and Genny. I promise, you will not be disappointed with t
Sometimes you choose to expand, and other times you’re forced to. With an uptick in newsletter subscriber numbers (have you signed up yet?), I needed a different mailing service, which required a new domain name, which required a new site, and so on…
Anyway, from now on this will be the base of operations for everything going on with my journeys in writing. And what exactly am I up to these days? I’m glad I asked.
I’ve been working with some wonderful fellow authors to build m