Tonight on the Deadman’s Tome podcast, Gerard Simonelli, Co-Founder of Seekers Club of the Paranormal, meets with Mr. Deadman and The Dynamite Marchese to talk about ghosts and the paranormal. Do ghosts exists? Is there not a chance, a slight chance that paranormal monsters could exist? Let’s find out together tonight at 10PM CST.
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Grand Master Seán Glasheen, author of Melissa’s Hobby, joins Mr. Deadman to discuss his short story (a story that has done so wonderfully on the site), the upcoming anthology, and talk about two subjects his story touches on occult and betrayal. Seán Glasheen is a young man, what could he possibly know about the occult and betrayal?
After the interview, there will be a post-show. The Deadman’s Tome post-show is where topics get interesting. Last week Clive Carpenter and I got heated over how people bitch and complain about not finding the time to write their book yet their watching reality TV and Kim Kardashian’s ass. This week, oh boy, do I have something planned. You know for damn sure I’m going to talk about some real scary stuff, the horror that is our reality.
As a post-show, Clive Carpenter, author of Lanna and Confession, joins Mr. Deadman to discuss why most people never get around to actually writing their damn book! People often say that they have a great idea for a story, but the they just don’t have the time? You know why you can’t find the time? Because you’re throwing it away with crappy reality TV, celebrity drama, following Kardashian ass, and playing another round of the same video game you’ve been playing for the last decade! https://www.spreaker.com/embed/player/standard?episode_id=8743227&autoplay=false
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If you haven’t read Escape or The Way Out by Gary Buller then you’ve really got to do yourself a favor and read them. Escape is a short, dark, and amusing tale of a girl that just can’t seem to stop killing herself. Imagine Groundhog Day but with Bill Murray purposefully trying to fuck up. Of course, suicide isn’t a light subject, but this delightful little piece of horror will have you think otherwise. If you make it through Escape without laughing at the protagonists almost cartoon-like desire to just die, then you might be taking the story too seriously.
The Way Out is a dark story that illustrates a suffocating and constraining world of paranoia and madness as a man slowly loses his sanity. From his shattered sanity and the festering sense of doubt, the reader never really knows whether the character is a live or dead, or something in between.
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