Wolfwinter by Deadman’s Tome

Look at that beauty! Wow.

I am pleased to announce the release of Wolfwinter by Deadman’s Tome featuring plenty of werewolf tales by a plethora of authors that you can really sink your teeth into, including one short story by me!

My story is called The Last Lizard Tail. What does that even mean? Read the book to find out, why don’t cha.

The cover is by Damascus Mincemeyer, who also has a story inside.

E-book is 99 cents to help quell boredom during quarantine. Paperback just 10 bucks!

Check it out and give a shout out to any of the authors or the publisher if you like it or any of the stories in it!

Purchase here.

Sneak Preview:

-TDR

HATE by Black Hare Press

This bad boy filled with 100 word drabbles features me and plenty of other authors who brought their absolute A-game. Preorder HATE: A Dark Microfiction Anthology (Dark Drabbles Book 8) by Black Hare Press today!

With so many immeasurably creative and ever succinct stories, you can’t miss out! Coming soon on March 17th!

-TDR

TWENTY TWENTY

Black Hare Press and I are pleased to announce that the Australian Bushfires Charity Edition paperback and ebook of Twenty Twenty is available to purchase.

From the product description:

Celebrating 100 years since the Roaring Twenties, come with us on a look back at the jazz era. Historical stories with dark and terrible twists – the speakeasy girl with two mouths, Mafia gangs with secrets more sinister than history suggests, bloodthirsty flappers, dark tales from the Depression, and many more.

SUPPORTING AUSTRALIAN BUSHFIRE WILDLIFE ORGANISATIONS
ALL PROFITS from TWENTY TWENTY will be donated to the following organisations who are providing emergency veterinary care, etc to wildlife in the affected bushfire zones in New South Wales and Victoria;
~NSW (New South Wales) Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service
~Zoos Victoria

Good book for a great cause!

My story “The Big Pretend” is included in this beautiful book. Check it out and let me know what you think! Honestly, I think it’s one of my best.

The paperback is available here from Amazon. The hardback will be out soon.

-TDR

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LUST

It is with great honor that I announce LUST: The Shameful Vice of Impurity (Seven Deadly Sins Book 2) is now up for pre-order here.

This collection by Aussie publisher Black Hare Press holds my short story Little Man of Apartment No. 1610 and is very dear to my heart because of it. Let’s just say, not all of my story is fiction.

Each author interpreted the sin in their own way. Should be scintillating! Or fun! Yes, I meant fun.

The link up top is for the e-book. A print (paperback & hardcover) edition will be available February 25th. I’ll update with links as they come.

EDIT: Paperback and Hardback link is here.

Thanks for your support!

– TDR

@RogersDrue

100 Word Horror Book 4

Simultaneously ending the year with a bang and beginning the new one with a horrific curiosity due to Kevin J Kennedy himself is a magnificent way to get a piece of many different working horror authors today, so please welcome this amazing book and cover for 100 Word Horrors Book 4.

Another round of collected drabbles (100 word stories) for those in need of a quick and creepy read.

My drabbles Long Limbs at the E.R. and My Brother Gets Released Today are included in this, so be sure to seek them out amongst the other ravenous inducing tales.

The Kindle version is currently available here.

EDIT: Buy the paperback here.

Thank you.

-TDR

P.S. Buy my debut horror novel here.

Genre: Urban Arts (Index) for 2019

EDIT on 12/26/2019:

This is everything that I’ve published with GUA for 2019. Please enjoy. Any and all typos or mistakes are likely my own and I will learn from them. Probably.

***Full disclosure:

I am now a Site Contributor for Genre: Urban Arts! Find my author profile here.Here is where I will update my posts with their links. Check back often!

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4/19/2019 – The Distracting Plague of Happinessa poem about relationships and failed titles

4/22/2019 – Berthaa short story in rhyme about a monster inside a person’s belly

4/30/2019 – Bastard – a poem about our place in the world

5/6/2019 – Wut – a short essay on the writing process

5/7/2019 – Home – a poem written during a time that my wife (then my fiance) both held jobs that entailed a lot of travelling, keeping each other very much so at a distance

6/10/2019 – Carnival Rabbits – a flash fiction tale about repeating history and pushing blame away from oneself

6/17/2019 Grounded in Coffee – a poem about nature’s greatest addictive drug

7/22/2019 Fall So Hard – a flash story involving the firsts of attraction

7/31/2019 Winter’s Gentleman – a poem detailing one man’s journey through many states

9/2/3019 Acts of Violence

9/3/2019 The Hard, The Silly, and The Bloody – a poem about a man, a woman, and a dog

10/16/2019 The Woman in the Windowa short poem about the working man looking up

12/18/2019 My New Year’s Resolutions

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Check out the site, which features many talented contributors working under a myriad blanket of different mediums, ranging from spoken word, raps, installations, paintings, photography, fiction, nonfiction, flash, and more. They really are a blessing in the writing world, mixed with a little urban edge.

Also, buy my book Brothers of Blood here.-TDR

Invierno Niño

Hey, y’all!

This month, Meghan’s eventful and wonderfully rich blog is having a Christmas-themed collection of posts and stories by authors both amateur and seasoned to provide additional cheer and fear all throughout it.

It just so happens that my short story about a young hispanic family living in a South Texas town being overtaken by the sinister, overwhelming, and busy-body spirit of Christmas was recently shared on her site.

Check it out here and tell me what you think! I worked awfully hard on this one. Never wrote a holiday themed anything before, let alone a horror-centric one, at least not intentionally, before Invierno Niño.

Again, check it out here.

-TDR

@RogersDrue

P.S.

Special thanks to my mother-in-law for providing a solid premise that left a lot of room for interpretation, allowing me to just run with it.