Apocalypse Weird: Phoenix Lights On Sale!

Fall is the time for shorter nights, pumpkin spice lattes, massive alien invasions, rogue documentary film teams and secret government cabals. That’s right Eric Tozzi’s amazing Apocalypse Weird​ book, Phoenix Light is on sale this week for under a buck, on all ebook platforms. This book was a page-turner for me that forced me to […]

Shelf Life Is Here!

Shelf Life Joint Marketing

After a long wait and a lot of work, Shelf Life is here! And it’s only 99 cents for the first week! I’m very pleased with how the story of young Jacob Alders turned out, and early reviews have been great. I can’t be more grateful to the people who spent some of their limited […]

Shelf Life Cover, Release Date and Call for ARCs


Shelf Life is my novella set in the universe of Michael Bunker’s Pennsylvania. It tells the story of Jacob Alders, a young man living in the city of New Detroit, on the Great Shelf of the planet New Pennsylvania. Jacob shares a small apartment with his invalid mother, who is suffering from a disease known […]

Great feedback on Shelf Life

When you get feedback like this, from the man who created the universe in which you’re playing, you gotta share it. If all the stars align, Shelf Life should be out late April

Apocalypse Weird in the Guardian


Apocalypse Weird got a great write-up in the US edition of the UK Guardian. This is probably in a vain attempt to get the AW universe to leave the UK alone. Not a chance, UK, someone will get you!   Read The Article!  

Life Got Wyrd


Last Monday night was an unprecedented event for indie publishing, and for me as well. And frankly, I’m still trying to recover. On the 23rd of February, Wonderment Media launched five “Apocalypse Weird” books, from five authors, on the same day to kick off the first community-driven shared universe. Think of it as a Marvel […]

Apocalypse Weird: Survivors – The Fan-Fiction Reality Show


Fan-fiction has been around since the second cave painting featured characters from the first cave painting. (Editor’s note: that’s probably not true) Ok. It’s been around for a very long time. There were legions of Sherlock Holmes fan-fiction authors writing their own adventures while Arthur Conan Doyle was still telling the story of the master […]