FwF 28: Matthew Harrill returns to Hell

He’s back!

Matt Harrill

Yes, ladies and gents, your favorite Englishman Matthew W. Harrill has returned to the show.  Just in time for Halloween, he’s plugging the release of the final novel of The ARC Chronicles trilogy, Hellbeast.  It looks awesome!

Here’s the Amazon description for it:

The fate of the world is balanced on a knife-edge. Despite everything Madden and Eva have been through to prevent it, the ARC Council is in disarray, demons roam the Earth.

The Apocalypse is closer than ever. The solution couldn’t be further from her grasp.

Enter the final chapter of The ARC Chronicles, where Eva throws off the yolk of personal tragedy and follows her destiny to the one place she doesn’t want to go, the one place she cannot hope to avoid.

Hellbeast: Heroes don’t always walk in the light.

Awesome, right?  I can’t wait to read it!

If you’re new to the ARC Chronicles, begin with the award-winning book 1, Hellbounce.  Here’s my Amazon review for it.  If you’re willing to write a review for that one, Matt will send you a copy for free.  Just sign up for his newsletter!

Hellbounce award

Go pick up Hellbeast now!

Find out more about Matt Harrill at:

Matthew Harrill dot com

Matthew W Harrill on Facebook

@matt_harrill on Twitter

See ya next time, Fictioneers!  Until then, as Matt says, remember:

Heroes don’t always walk in the light.

FwF 14 – Happy Halloween with Mo & Tyrion

 

Happy Halloween, Fictioneers!

Mo Simpson and Tyrion Morris return in this episode to discuss our all-time favorite stories and movies for All Hallows’ Eve.  And I plug my brand new release, Hello, Halloween: A Monsters & Kids Novella.  (I talk about the book in a blog post here.)

We talk Stephen King, Edgar Allen Poe, Dean Koontz, and Ray Bradbury.  And of course, for kids of all ages, we can’t forget Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.

        

The conversation moves to movies.  In this medium many of our favorites tend more towards the humorous than the horrific.  I personally think the combination of horror and hilarity is one of the most effective in all of storytelling.  Make ’em laugh, and you can make ’em scream (and vice-versa).

Also check out Tyrion and I on the latest episode of Mo’s Eyeteeth Podcast!  You can hear that here:

Thanks for listening, Fictioneers!  Have a happy and safe Halloween.

Read on!

– Luke

P.S. Your moment of Zen: