I'm sure you've been hearing a lot about the Krampus movie, which has nothing to do with my Krampus works. (Steven Spielberg, are you listening?) But anything that spreads the gospel of Krampus is great. The New York Daily News talked to me about why America needs Krampus at this very moment in time, and I was quoted along with Krampus movie director Michael Dougherty. Needless to say, it made my day to be in such awesome company.
My two novels, Sentinels and The Dark Servant, and my novella, Twelfth Krampus Night, are now published by Crossroad Press.
The Dark Servant pits Krampus against a rural New Jersey town's high school bullies. Twelfth Krampus Night brings back Krampus, but takes place in Medieval Times and features a withered, belly-slitting hag named Frau Perchta. Sentinels is what I call a supernatural thriller set in the South. It also falls into the Weird West subgenre that I've been reading about on Wikipedia.
Crossroad will be releasing paperback versions of The Dark Servant and Sentinels in the coming months. For those of you who are unfamiliar with my work, do yourself a favor and check out the Books section of my site and scroll down to select the title of interest.
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