Stuart Conover is a father, husband, rescue dog lover, blogger, published author, geek, entrepreneur, and horror fanatic. He works IT during the day and tries to battle the urge to sleep with a healthy consumption of caffeine.
At the time of this posting, the physical copy can be ordered and digital copy pre-ordered of ‘‘Drabbledark: An Anthology of Dark Drabbles’ which was edited by Eric S. Fomley.
As always for those who don’t follow writing, Drabbles are 100-word stories and this is a fun collection of them. It includes *1* of mine so only 100 words of my writing total but if you love indie writers this is one to pick up! The collection is a mix of fantasy and horror and my entree is a piece of dark fant
As always for those who don’t follow writing, Drabbles are 100-word stories and this is a fun collection of them. It includes *1* of mine so only 100 words of my writing total but if you love indie writers this is one to pick up! The collection is a mix of fantasy and horror and my entree is a piece of dark fantasy.
The full release is scheduled for July 20th. At this time only the digital copy is available for pre-order but I’m told the physical should be able to be ordered around th
Hey folks, one of the previous anthologies I was in ‘Dead of Winter’ has been re-issued with a new cover and is on sale. If you were looking for a new copy or had been holding off on picking one up there (temporarily) hasn’t been a better time to snag a copy!
This anthology was originally released in February of 2017 and includes my short “Fry Machete’s Monsters, Munchies, and Mayhem.” This is a character that I’d really love to revisit though I’m not sure I can get away with doing th
After a long delay and a book rename due to all kinds of hiccups along the way, one of my favorite shorts is now available to read! At this time only the digital release is available but I’ll be sure to let you know when the full copy is out. If digital is your thing though be sure to head over to Amazon and check it out today!
This anthology was to give modern retellings of classic horror creatures. In it, I went with the Creature from the Black Lagoon and created a new twist on an o
A big theme of my novel, Still Dark, is trying to face and overcome what it is you’re afraid of. The antagonist, a creature called Apex, has the distinct ability to look into the minds of his victims and use what he finds hiding there. For him, fear is a weapon.
Looking back at the writing of Still Dark, it’s easy to see what sort of things frighten me. Anyone that reads the book will have a pretty good idea as well. I think that’s a great place for a horror writer to start when consi
So this is cool, Making Star Wars is pretty much one of the premiere Star Wars related websites out there and my take on ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ made its way into their roundup! Kind of stoked as I’ve been loving their site for quite some time now.
So, a huge thanks to John Bishop for including it!
The tweet in question?
4.5 #StarWarsTheLastJedi is a perfect continuation to the Skywalker Saga that is a fun romp which advances the stories of our heroes old and new. I
I’ve been included in another collection which was released. I had known about the acceptance of my drabble in it for quite some time though hadn’t heard much on it recently. Apparently, it was released on October 13th, 2017. I’m honestly not sure how I missed it, but it’s out!
For those curious as to what you might find in here the description is as follows:
Quick Shivers from the Midwest from DailyNightmare.com presents a different kind of graphic literature
Sadly, pre-orders aren’t availble today but we’ve got a Publication Date to share: 24th November 2017
Title: C is for Cabbage Compiled and Edited by Emma Ennis
“ A Beautiful Collection.” ~ Eoin Colfer, author of the Artemis Fowl series
“I urge you to buy this book which will enable Aoibheann’s Pink Tie to continue their great work on behalf of children with cancer and their families. The work they do is born out of love and compassion and deserves your atte
This was an unexpected and fun little article to get a quote included in. Recently, BuzzFeed posted their take on the “36 Of The Best Products From ‘Shark Tank’“. Leah and I watch the show pretty often so have tried a few of the products. A surprising one was for Max who has some sensitivity issues on what he’s willing to eat. On our constant quest for finding foods that he’ll touch let alone taste, we came across some chips that might not be for everyone but he was willing to try. My review
While I’ve been slowing down on writing the past few months for a variety of reasons, I still have a pile of shorts out in the ‘to be published’ and ‘to submit’ pile! One of them is almost ready to see the light of day and “Barnaby Braxton’s Night Out” will appear in the anthology ‘C is for Cabbage’! This is a character I’ve got a few tales written about. You can check out the synopsis below with all of the details!
Synopsis: In aid of Aoibheann’s Pink Tie, the national children