Super fan, Blaze O’Rama has been following the progress of my newest book, (working title) “Encyclopedia of Folkloric, Legendary, and Mythological Creatures” since the day I posted the news on Facebook what seems like forever ago. She has been encouraging me all along and has been ever supportive. In anticipation of the project seeing print […]
“SON OF THE DRAGON: HOW DRACULA GOT HIS NAME” by Steven P. Unger.
BBM was designed for both the experienced gamer and the new kid at the table. Using two d6 and the single most streamline and brilliant dice mechanic I have ever encountered I promise you that this game will live up to its tagline: “Smaller rules equals bigger gaming!”
The Piedmont is the central area of North Carolina between the mountains to the west and the coastline to the east. This beautiful region is not renowned for ghost stories and folktales like other areas of the country, but that’s what’s so interesting about this book — its stories are unexpected and completely open to discovery.
July 1, 2011 | Leave a Comment
Scheduled to be released in January of 2012, “Encyclopedia of Demons in World Religions and Cultures”
I have recently had two more book reviews on my latest McFarland “The Encyclopedia of Vampire Mythology”.
I recently was sent an e-mail from a young scholar and researcher who asked me what I considered to be some of the better books on vampire mythology.
December 21, 2010 | 1 Comment
In the December 2010 issue of School Library Journal, Carra Moffett, wrote a review of Encyclopedia of Vampire Mythology.
The Encyclopedia of Vampire Mythology is being used by Jason Henderson in his weekly YouTube posts entitled “Vampire of the Week.”
. Every morning I have been working on my newest project, “The Encyclopedia of Demonic Lore” for McFarland, working on the rewrite and formatting the bibliography. In the afternoon and evening I drive to a sound studio down the I-10 in LA to work on an audio book for Buzzy Multimedia. The book is Patricia Briggs’ “Dragon Blood,” and the talent reading it is Joe Manganiello, who also read the first book in the series, “Dragon Bones.” Joe is a natural talent at this and is making great time.