Kenneth W. Cain poses a question

Kenneth W. Cain, author of DEAD CIVIL WAR (2013, Post Mortem Press, $15.00 in paperback, $4.99 in digital) is hosting a series of one-question interviews on his website, and today, it’s my turn. Cain asked me “When does a character become too real?” and you can read my answer here.

Here is a rundown of the first ten of Cain’s one-question interviews:

Post Mortem Press is taking orders for the hardcover edition of THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE.

Post Mortem Press is taking orders for the hardcover edition of THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE.

Cain and I both contributed short stories to Post Mortem Press‘s 2012 steampunk-inspired horror anthology, THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE, which you can order in ebook, paperback, or hardcover formats.

The anthology, edited by Patrick Scalisi, topped the Preditors & Editors™ readers’ poll for best anthology of 2012 and includes “Scheherazade’s Typewriter,” a story from Bram Stoker-award winner Joe Hill and Rob Smales’s “Photo Finish,” which finished first in the poll’s horror short story category.

Post Mortem Press will be releasing my novel, LOSING TOUCH, on June 25, with special “street availability” during the 2013 World Horror Convention incorporating the Bram Stoker Awards® June 13-16 at the Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans. The Aberdeen Tap in the River West Neighborhood is hosting the Chicago release event on Sunday, June 23.

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