Halloween Show with Horror Author Renee Miller – Charlie Charlie Challenge and more

Halloween special live show with horror author Renee Miller. Renee Miller is a horror writer and has a new horror, thriller, erotic book out called Flesh and Blood! Mr. Deadman will play the Charlie Charlie challenge, share embarrassing, funny halloween stories, play Would You Rather games, and callers are free to call in to talk about anything Halloween. Continue reading Halloween Show with Horror Author Renee Miller – Charlie Charlie Challenge and more

Conversation with James Longmore

James Longmore of HellBound Books meets with Mr. Deadman to talk about the Jack Ketchum anthology. ​HellBound Books, with the permission of Dallas Mayr’s agent and estate, are putting together an anthology of short stories inspired by and in loving homage to the late, great Jack Ketchum! This is a great opportunity and a lot of people are jealous. Green with envy is no good, people. … Continue reading Conversation with James Longmore

Conversation with Russell

Russell and Mr. Deadman talk about his literary work, sociology, and horror. Catch the show live this Friday at 9:30CST https://www.spreaker.com/show/deadmans-tome-podcast   Russell has been writing for the majority of his life. Last year, he published a second edition of his freshman novel, The Tale of Old Man Fischer. Slipping into alternative universes allows Russell to enjoy the process of creativity from the novel’s conception … Continue reading Conversation with Russell

Conversation with Clark Roberts

Clark Roberts meets with Mr. Deadman to talk about his work, horror, and conspiracies! This Saturday at 9:30PM CST Catch the show live to win free print copies Deadman’s Tome The Conspiracy Issue! How do I win free print copies? Easy, either comment on the episode during the live show with why YOU should get one or call in during the live show. To call … Continue reading Conversation with Clark Roberts

Chasing Stats

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