A double dose of Deadman’s Tome podcast? You bet. Horror poet and paranormal investigator Tom Gade Olausson meets with Mr. Deadman this Friday at 9pm CST to share some hilarious ghost stories and trouble with real life Nazi hunting. Horror/erotica writer Renee Miller meets with Mr. Deadman this Saturday at 9pm CST to talk about her latest releases, one of which is Cats Like Cream, … Continue reading Conversation with Tom Olausson and Renee Miller
Have you ever worked on your craft while under the influence? Not going to judge if you have, or if you do. Several well-known authors have had worked on various books while under the influence. Stephen King drank mouthwash for alcohol and snorted rock star levels of coke while working on Cujo. The legend has even admitted he doesn’t remember how he even wrote the … Continue reading Write Under the Influence
A disgusting, yet hilarious serving of toilet time horror! Welcome to the Shit Fest. A disgusting horror short story collection that will make you rethink just how safe you really are. These stories will make you dread dropping that morning deuce. They’ll make you question the food you eat, the buildings you walk by, and toxicity of just a little fart. Because, as we all … Continue reading Deadman’s Tome Shit Show
Lia Scott Price is a comic book writer, artist, and the creator of Vampire Guardian AngelsTM, characters from her vampire comic book series “Vampire Guardian Angels”. She joins Mr. Deadman to talk about her comic book series, creative career, and vampires. Catch the show this Saturday at 9pm CST Continue reading Conversation with Lia Scott Price
You’ll hear people dis them, while others may accept them for what they’re worth. What is a stereotype worth? You mean a typical and expected behavior based on X, Y, or Z can have value? Well, of course they can. We are creatures of habit and have evolved to find patterns when sometimes they don’t really exist. And while stereotypes are far from always being … Continue reading Stereotypes
Where do you write? Where do you sit down to focus on your craft? An office space in your house? The attic? The backyard shed? For me, it’s usually in the house at the computer desk. But every now and then I can be that “stereotype” and write at a coffee house. Hey, maybe a local brew for that extra sense of special. But in … Continue reading Where do you write?
Do you find yourself getting obsessed with rankings? Do you use programs like KDSpy to compare yourself with others? Maybe even take it further and really compare release by release, book by book, falling into a rabbit hole for what is essentially just a dick measuring contest? While I enjoy competition and checking stats, I realize checking can become an unhealthy obsession of chasing. Comparing, … Continue reading Chasing Stats