Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Great Review of Scarecrow and The Madness

Established author Gregory L. Norris was so very kind as to do a review of mine and Craig's forthcoming novella double feature, but not only that.  This review also includes a mini-interview with both myself and Craig Saunders, giving some insight on our offerings.  I had a good time with the interview, and I'm very pleased with the review.  I haven't read Scarecrow yet, and I can't wait to get my hands on it, especially after reading Gregory's review of it.  I certainly hope his review has that effect on those who read it.

Read the review HERE, and be sure to check out the rest of Gregory's blog, and follow if you like -- you'll be interested to read what this man has to say.  He's new to the blogging world, but definitely not new to writing.  I am pleased and honored that he took the time to read Scarecrow and the Madness and give Craig and I the pleasure of a review.

Gregory L. Norris is a full-time professional writer, with numerous publication credits to his resume, mostly in national magazines and fiction anthologies. A former writer at Sci Fi, the official magazine of the Sci Fi Channel (before all those ridiculous Ys invaded), he once worked as a screenwriter on two episodes of Paramount’s modern classic, Star Trek: Voyager and is the author of the handbook to all-things-Sunnydale, The Q Guide to Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Alyson Books, 2008). In late 2009, two of his paranormal romance novels for Ravenous Romance ( were reprinted as special editions by Home Shopping Network as part of their “Escape with Romance” segment – the first time HSN has offered novels to their customers. In late 2011, his collection of brandy-new terrifying short and long fiction, The Fierce and Unforgiving Muse: A Baker’s Dozen From the Terrifying Mind of Gregory L. Norris is being published by Evil Jester Press. He has fiction forthcoming from the fine people at Cleis Press, STARbooks, EJP, The Library of Horror, Simon and Shuster, and Pill Hill Press, to name a few.


  1. Cool post, looking forward to reading The Madness, too. Sounds brilliant!

  2. Robert, it was such a pleasure to read your and Craig's excellent collaborative double-feature, and to interview you both to accompany my review. You guys gave great answers -- I hope the small cloud of buzz we've created leads to other book offers for you!