"It is clear that Gehlert has some genuine storytelling passion." Mark Justice, Horroworld
My newest novel Red Triangle, a shark thriller and my 15th is now available on Amazon in Kindle and Paperback. I have a lengthy dedication in the back of the book, but a few names jump the shark here. James Ward Kirk my publisher, Kristi Grabowski my editor, Joe McKinney and countless other voices who beta read and shared honest reviews and blurbs, and for those in the infamous yacht scene, thank you for participating. I will be touring blogs soon and will have a themed Shark Week here as the weather turns warmer.
Some releases have been on tap for awhile now- As I take a break from novel writing, several of my short stories have been accepted and recently published from several publishers, both in magazines and paperback. Below is a release list of all of my projects and one's I'm working on.
Available Now from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Lulu
Contagion- Zombie Novel
Suffer Eternal Volume III-My stories Gravedigger and Phantom are inside this collection
Nightmare Illustrated Volume 2- My story The Bone Whistle with artwork by Niall Parkinson
Nightmare Illustrated Volume 3- [Christmas Issue] My story The Box with artwork by my daughter Natalie Gehlert
Hell Whore III- My poem Blood Moon is inside this nifty collection [RELEASE DATE March 5, 2014]
James Ward Kirk Publishing-
Ugly Babies Volume 2-My story The Nursery resides inside this fantastic collection.
Cellar Door Volume 2-My story Burial with artwork by my daughter Natalie Gehlert
Red Triangle- My first novel in two years comes to the surface in a red bloodbath of mayhem. [RELEASE DATE SPRING 2014]
Other projects- New Ferrymen stories, Quiver relaunch, a non-fiction book on raising a Down's Syndrome daughter
I've been thinking and have decided to update this blog to feature author and publisher interviews, so featured this week once again is Tim Marquitz, the author of the highly successful Demon Squad series. His work has appeared across many mediums such as novella's, novels, short story anthologies as well as editing anthologies for other publishers.
His interview in its honest, bone-jarring entirety is on this page-following this post. The next round of authors have their interview questions and include Bob Nesoff, author of Spyder Hole, Earl S. Wynn, author and narrator of the Dark Dreams podcast, William Cook, horror author extraordinaire and acclaimed editor of books and anthologies, including his best-selling anthology, Fresh Fear, Jennifer Caress who've I've known since our Stonegarden Days and her new novel with Black Black Sheet Books, and many others,
The purpose of this blog will to entertain you, our loyal readers to a fresh and established crop of authors and publishers. Hard hitting questions, comical questions, whatever drives my mood for that interview. The Wolf's Den is a horrible place, creeping with horror, and fearsome nightmares. A perfect abode for horror fans and authors to kick back and feel at 'home'.
All links to authors will be featured under the Bloody Trails section of the blog.
Please stop by and check out the blog, I have links to my books, Facebook page, and soon to promote my newest novel, contests and I will be put under the microscope answering YOUR questions.