Grave Matters

The following is an essay that ran in the first Gravedigger book. It’s an interesting look at the steps to the character’s creation and serves as a sort of literary time capsule. Hope you find it interesting! GRAVE MATTERSOR…HOW I CAME TO WRITE THIS BOOK Hello, Faithful Readers! I hope you enjoyed the introduction toContinue reading “Grave Matters”

Christmas Treats?

Had a brief conversation with Pro Se’s head honcho yesterday and he said that both the tenth volume of Lazarus Gray and the Grimarr sword & sorcery collection are throught the editing and formatting stages, meaning that we’re just waiting on Amazon to finish whatever magic they work behind the scenes. So it’s possible thatContinue reading “Christmas Treats?”

A recent look at Lazarus Gray

Paul’s Scribblings recently took a look at the Lazarus Gray series. You can head over here to see what Paul had to say about the series and the manner in which he’s been consuming it. The art accompanying this post is by George Sellas and was the cover to the fourth book in the LazarusContinue reading “A recent look at Lazarus Gray”

Casting My Various Series

One thing that every writer does is perform a ‘dream casting’ in their head. For my Gravedigger series, I’d go with actress Ana de Armas for Charity Grace. She’s beautiful and has the physicality for the role. As for Lazarus Gray, he was initially based on a young Kirk Douglas but if I had toContinue reading “Casting My Various Series”

Rabbit Heart

Most of my writing career has been focused on pulp-style heroes or even outright superheroes… but I’ve occasionally made forays into other types of fiction. RABBIT HEART is a slasher horror novel set in my birthplace, Milledgeville, Georgia. It’s brutal in terms of violence and so sexually explicit that it’s made close friends blush atContinue reading “Rabbit Heart”

Reese Unlimited

Over the years, most of my New Pulp writing has ended up at Pro Se Productions and they’ve even given me my own imprint, Reese Unlimited. That’s where my Lazarus Gray, Gravedigger, and Peregrine stories have seen print and the majority of my writings connect to that same universe. The logo for Reese Unlimited wasContinue reading “Reese Unlimited”

A Lazarus Gray Review

Over on Amazon.com, a reader from Canada has posted a review of The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Volume Nine. Alphonse Dupuis gave the book 5 stars and said the following: In the ninth instalment of the “new pulp” hero series “Lazarus Gray”, Barry Reese continues the storyline set up in the previous novel and concludesContinue reading “A Lazarus Gray Review”