Happy Horrordays!

Hello once again, horror fans.

Just wanted to let you know that I’m putting the final editorial adjustments to my debut novel, Song of a Lost Child. I want it to be as good as I can possibly make it without bringing a professional editor on board(still not in the budget), but I promise it will be coming soon. I’m shooting for a January release, but I still need to get a cover done as well, so I’ll keep you posted.

Oh well, enough about me. I Just wanted to check in, say hello, and give you a couple of scary book recommendations for the holiday season.

NOS4A2 by Joe Hill

Snow by Ronald Malfi

I enjoyed both of these books immensely. They are chock full of holiday fear. Enjoy!

As always, keep on reading!

CWW

SKINNERS launch!

Hello again, horror fans!

As promised, SKINNERS is launching soon. Today, in fact!

Kindle Unlimited subscribers can download it for free. For everyone else, the ebook can be purchased for $2.99. Thanks so much for your support, I hope you enjoy reading the book as much as I enjoyed writing it.

Below is a short blurb to see if it tickles your fancy. If it does, just click on the book cover to go to the Amazon page.

Thanks again,

CWW

For amateur thief, Steve Finney, the convenience store in the small town of Kibner, Georgia promises to be another simple holdup job. And on the night of the stickup, things seem to be moving along just as planned.

Until a blood-soaked woman shambles into the store, interrupting the robbery.

With his getaway driver and only friend in the world, Lisa, waiting outside, Steve’s first concern is to flee the scene before the police and paramedics arrive. But when the nightmarish creatures responsible for the woman’s condition also make an appearance – trapping Steve in the store with a handful of strangers – the authorities are the least of his worries.

Cut off from his friend, Steve must fight his way through a legion of deadly flesh-eating horrors; monsters that some survivors insist have come from the stars.

Now, Steve’s only concern is escaping Kibner …

With his skin intact.

From the author of The Prison Farm, comes this thrilling tribute to such films as: Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Night of the Creeps, and The Thing.

SKINNERS is a 23,000 word novella of alien horror.

Just checking in!

Hello, Everybody

Just wanted to say a genuine heartfelt thanks for downloading my first book, The Prison Farm. It’s done better than I expected. I even had a sale in Australia. Woohoo!!

I’m putting the finishing touches on my next release, a sci-fi horror novella entitled, SKINNERS. I know, scary, right? I’ll be releasing it through Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited program, so all subscribers to that program can download it for free. For others, the ebook will be offered at the low price of $2.99 as a Kindle only read. If you don’t have a Kindle then no worries, you can download the Kindle app for free on any device.

And now for the shameless groveling: If you’ve had a chance to read The Prison Farm, then please consider leaving a review on Amazon. You can go to my author page by clicking here. The more reviews I have, the more they’ll promote the book, which will in turn help the launch of my next release.

Thanks again for your time, and for checking out my book. I can’t do this without you. I’ll be checking in again soon with an exact date for the launch of SKINNERS, along with a tantalizing description of the story. Until then, Happy Reading!

CWW

First release!

As some of you already know, I released my first story, THE PRISON FARM, on Friday. All new subscribers to my mailing list should have been sent a free copy. If you didn’t receive an email with a link to the book, then contact me here and I’ll fix the issue. Thanks for joining me on this journey, I hope you enjoy the book.

And thanks to those that purchased the story. You’re awesome. If you get a moment, write a short review for the book (it can be two words if you want e.g. “It sucks!” or “It rocks!). Reviews help my rankings and get my name and book noticed by the Amazon machine.

Thanks again,

CWW

Cover Reveal!

Hello! It’s been a minute since I posted something so I just wanted to touch base and let you all know that I’m still alive, and still working hard toward publishing my first two stories.

If you haven’t seen the cover for THE PRISON FARM, then just click here to check it out. For the new cover to my novella, SKINNERS, click here.

Also, if you’re interested in being a beta reader for these titles contact me here. Include your file preference (Kindle, Nook, Kobo, etc.) and which story you’d like to read. Beta readers are crucial for catching missed words, continuity,  and anachronistic issues with the story, as well as just recognizing plain old bad writing.

Thanks so much.

Keep on reading!

C.W.W.

Quick Update

I hope everybody is having a wonderful new year. I just wanted to post an update on my books and a loose schedule on when they’ll be available( very loose).

I’ve finished the cover for my short story, THE PRISON FARM, which you can view here. I’ve formatted it, and my sci-fi/horror novella SKINNERS, into all ebook formats using Vellum( it’s an amazing app!). I still need to decide on covers for SKINNERS, and my first novel, AWAKENED. I’m hoping to find a professional editor for all three books before release, but money is tight. On that note, would anybody like to be a beta-reader for any of these titles? I could sure use the help. Hit me up on my contacts page if you’re interested.

If all goes well, the short story will be ready in a couple months, available for free to anyone that signs up for my mailing list. Then I’ll launch the novel once the list reaches a healthy size.

Thanks,

Craig

Hello and Welcome!

Hey there! Thanks for stumbling onto my page. As you can see, there’s not much going on at the moment. I’m in the process of learning how to build my site so I can bring you some tales to scare the living “you know what” out of ya. I hope to have it up and running soon, so please come back.  Or sign up to my mailing list and receive alerts when a new book is published.

Thanks again.

Craig Wesley Wall