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Chilling Tales 2 now available

What better way to celebrate the Halloween season than with a new anthology of horror tales! Chilling Tales 2 features an all-Canadian line-up of excellent authors, including yours truly. My contribution is called “Day Pass” and it’s a Black Lands story, although you won’t find Felix Renn in this one.

“Day Pass” is a special story for me because it was the first Black Lands story I wrote that didn’t feature my favourite Toronto PI. It has always been my intent with this series to explore how other people are learning to live in a world where paranormal is the norm. This particular tale is about a halfway house for people with a particular… shall we say, supernatural affliction.

As with the first volume, Chilling Tales 2 features stories by some truly amazing writers. Order links are available on the “Day Pass” page. You don’t want to miss this one.

“Day Pass” accepted

I’m very excited to announce the sale of the very first standalone Black Lands story, “Day Pass.”

When I say standalone, I mean that while this story takes place in the Black Lands universe, it does not feature Toronto p.i. Felix Renn. I love writing about Felix, and I plan to do so for many years to come, but you only get a small view of the world through the eyes of a single character. This new story is one of many that explores how other people in other parts of the world are dealing with the existence of the Black Lands.

“Day Pass” will appeared in the EDGE books anthology Chilling Tales 2, edited by Michael Kelly. The book isn’t scheduled to come out until February 2013, but I’ve got a couple of other announcements coming up for some things that you’ll be able to get your mitts on a bit sooner. Details to come.

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What are the Black Lands?

The Black Lands is a dimension filled with supernatural creatures that lies next to our own. This alternate reality is the setting for a series of stories by Ian Rogers.

To find out more about the Black Lands, read the history.