When he’s not busy battling the evil clowns haunting his California home or playing with garden gnomes, author Jeremy C. Shipp is a fabulous talent in the field of Bizzaro fiction. His work is surreal, sometimes horrific, intelligent, passionate, and full of humor. His stories have been published in many places as you can see by visiting his site http://www.jeremycshipp.com/. He has an assortment of his fiction there for you to peruse. After reading Jeremy’s tales, let him know what you thought. He loves to have feedback from his readers. He be found on Twitter at http://twitter.com/JeremyCShipp and Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/jeremycshipp
I highly recommend subscribing to Bizzaro Bytes which you can find at http://www.jeremycshipp.com/bizarrobytes.htm. Through a subscription to Bizzaro Bytes you will receive a short story once a month from Jeremy. You are getting a bargain here. His work is incredible and makes the wait until his next book comes out enjoyable.
You can purchase signed copies of Jeremy’s books at:http://www.jeremycshipp.com/signed.htm. However if you prefer to order a regular copy through Amazon, here are the links:
Cursed will be released this October. You can read my review here.
Nathan Wills is a musician and music/soundtrack producer as well as an all around lovely spirit. I swear this man hears the songs of the angels and then shares them with us mortals.
He has made quite a name for himself through his YouTube channel at: http://www.youtube.com/user/paradigma. He partners frequently with YouTube celeb Corey “Mr. Safety” Williams of SMP Films. The work Nathan showcases in his videos is incredibly varied. Some of his music is meditative. Some is danceable. Some should truly be backing a horror movie. His videos are marvelous. I highly recommend you subscribe to his channel.
You can find out more about Nathan and purchase his music at his site http://www.nathanwillsmusic.com/. He has a horror soundtrack, inspired by the music of the Silent Hill games, available there. Buy it today. Trust me. He also has some free music on there for you to explore.
Nathan is a good friend of mine on Twitter. You’ll find his tweets warm, inspiring, encouraging, funny just like him. Follow him at: http://twitter.com/nathanwills. I’m sure he’d love to hear from you.
And will some film studio please hire him? Seriously. He could do amazing scores for movies.