I'll be undertaking yet another move tomorrow (from one end of Sheffield to the other and from flat to house), so we'll be going dark for a few weeks. That said, I thought I'd leave you with plenty to do and see and read, because I'm that kind of guy. So, here we go...
My name is Joshua Reynolds and I'm a freelance writer of moderate skill and exceptional confidence. I have written a bit, and some of it was even published, by real people, for money. My work has appeared in such varied locations as anthologies like Permuted Press' Robots Beyond and the forthcoming Specters in Coal Dust from Woodland Press, as well as periodicals like Innsmouth Free Press.
Some links, for when you're done combing through the archives:
My Amazon/Amazon UK author's page, where you can purchase a selection of items relating to me, including several out of print books.
My second blog, Hunting Monsters, where I ramble on and on about my writing, if you're into that kind of thing. And I know you are.
An excerpt from my section of the two-part novel, Jim Anthony, Super-Detective: The Hunters from Airship 27, as well as links for various ports of purchase. Airship 27 also sells the anthology Sherlock Holmes-Consulting Detective, Volume 2, which contains my story, "The Affair of the Wretched Flesh".
An excerpt from my forthcoming novel, Dracula Lives! at the publisher's website (you need to scroll down a bit). More about this one in October, which is, coincidentally, when it will be released. The publisher, Pulpwork Press, also has an anthology of weird western stories available, How The West Was Weird, which contains my story, "Camazotz". Which, again coincidentally, is free to read on the website.
The nifty audio versions of my steampunk/alt. history stories featuring the Ameriquetzlan ambassador and amateur detective, Ulrich Popoca and the enigmatic and horribly dangerous Countess (in-exile) Francesca Felluci, "The Strange Affair of the Artisan's Heart", "The Strange Affair of the Skull at the Window", and "The Strange Affair of the Martian Engine". Look for more stories with these characters in the future.
Speaking of Countess Felluci, she has a series of her own (sort of) here at the Revenance site. Free to read, there's four chapters up so far, so now would be a good time to catch up with the best little baroque fantasy series going. And be sure to check out the other ongoing works as well.
My story, "Corn Wolf" appears in issue eleven of Necrotic Tissue Magazine, which is available for purchase here. And here's a nice review of the issue in question, and my story in particular.
My story, "Piper at the Edge of Winter", appears in the sixth issue of Black Ink Horror Magazine, which is available for purchase here.
And that, I think, is enough of that sort of shameless self-promotion for the nonce. See you in a few!