Year: 2011

Power in the Blood (NSFW)

Warning: This story contains compromising situations, foul language, and graphic violence. This episode is my reading of an excerpt from the short story Power in the Blood, part of the horror anthology Through a Glass, Darkly by Scott Roche. Support

Time Out! Podcast #15 – Ebook Death Match and Beyond…

In this episode I cover: Initial edits are completed for Stolen Time, and it has been turned over to the Pianoeditor and her fourteen-inch Pencil of Doom¬©.   Borrowed Time is on the Amazon Kindle Store! I also go over

It’s VOTING Time!

Cast your vote for what the loser of Ebook Death Match should do as a consequence. And remember that if there is a tie that both Scott and I will perform do whatever is chosen. survey hosting


I read an excerpt from Fetch, one of the short stories in Scott Roche’s horror anthology, Through A Glass, Darkly. You can listen to the audio version, or watch the video I created with a real spooky pic of me!

WFIP Interview for Ebook Death Match

Zach Ricks from Flying Island Press Interviews Keith Hughes and Scott Roche about Ebook Death Match. Run time: 7:10 Press Play on the player above or download the episode here by right clicking and selecting “Save target as…”

Ebook Death Match: the Video

Through A Glass, Darkly: A 5-Star Review

Momentum for Ebook Death Match is growing! The Movie Mantras podcast is the first to play the promo, but keep your ears peeled as it will be popping up in other places as well. I added a review for Scott

Ebook Death Match: Bitstripped

Bitstripper extraordinaire Thomas Reed (@trreed on Twitter) created this EPIC and AWESOME cartoon to commemorate EDM 2011. Check it out:

Ebook Death Match

Starting today I am embarking on an ebook selling competition against Scott Roche, a fellow author who also podcasts his work. This competition has a twist, however: I’m selling his ebook and he’s selling mine! We’re in an all-out sprint

The Arachnid Seal of Approval

My prime editing time is the wee hours of the morning. I get up around 3:15am, brew some green tea, and get to work. It’s a quiet time and I can get a lot done. But the strangest thing has