Humor–for after Thanksgiving dinner

Posted in art, comedy, Cool Stuff, ebook, family, humor, kindle, literature, thanksgiving with tags , , , , , , on November 24, 2014 by Ed Brock

Admit it, when it comes to Thanksgiving, we do two things–eat too much, and get overly stressed because we’re stuck in a house with all those family members we spent the rest of the year avoiding.


Well, why not try my book–The Little Things DO Suck! It might help you get though those inevitable moments, like:

–when you’re sitting on the toilet, trying to make room for that fourth piece of pumpkin pie–


 –when you’re in the bedroom trying to find a moments peace while your parents argue–


–hiding in the closet while your grandfather starts his yearly rant about “too many foreigners”–


–waiting for your uncle to pass out in the recliner after one six pack too many–


–dealing with the constant screaming, crying, running of children.

Missing Halloween–is live at Halloween Forevermore

Posted in art, comedy, Cool Stuff, ebook, fantasy, ghosts, halloween, horror, humor, literature, monster, weird, writing on October 30, 2014 by Ed Brock

My story, Missing Halloween, is live today at Halloween Forevermore.

Also check out 3 other tales from some great authors (Donna Marie West, Betty McIntyre, Lisa Morton). We hope to provide you with some Halloween fun and scares.


Forever Charming (4-star review)

Posted in art, Cool Stuff, ebook, halloween, horror, kindle, literature, mythology, smashwords, weird, writing on October 27, 2014 by Ed Brock

A 4-star review for my Horror/Fantasy novella–Forever Charming.

“A captivating read. Forever Charming is a very clever work of short fiction which ties together some well known myths, fairy tales, and more modern elements of horror into a bite sized bundle of madness.” – Jim Avelli (on Smashwords).


Quite Interesting (L)

Posted in comedy, history, humor, indica, literature, News with tags , , , on October 19, 2014 by Ed Brock

One of my favorite programs is back. Hosted by Stephen Fry, this British program is a treat for anyone who enjoys learning and having fun doing it.

A 5-star review for my humor book–The Little Things DO Suck!

Posted in comedy, Cool Stuff, ebook, humor, kindle, literature, nook with tags , , , on October 1, 2014 by Ed Brock

Just got my first review (a 5-star one) for my humor book–The Little Things DO Suck!

Read the review–then buy the book! (I won’t mind).


Creating A Creepy Collection—Get Ready For “In Creeps The Night”

Posted in art, Cool Stuff, ebook, fantasy, ghosts, halloween, horror, humor, kindle, literature, weird on September 30, 2014 by Ed Brock

Ed Brock:

Very excited about this. A wonderfully creepy cover–and I share the interior with 49 other great writers.

Originally posted on Blue Harvest Creative:

We are beyond excited to present our cover and interior design for the horror anthology In Creeps The Night. We partnered with J.A.Mes Pressto create this deliciously creepy collection of 50 flash fiction tales from 50 authors. All royalties for the sales of In Creeps The Night are being donated to Mothers Without Borders. Blue Harvest Creative also donated all of its time on this project (cover design, interior formatting, creation of a matching eBook, and helping with editing) as its contribution to this project and charity.


50 talented authors… 50 spine-tingling tales… 50 reasons to leave the lights on tonight…

Ghosts, goblins, and ghouls creep through pages of spooky flash fiction. Discover critically acclaimed authors that will make your skin shiver and have you flinching at bumps in the night. Whenever the mood strikes for something creepy, this collection will leave you looking over your shoulder.

Available now on Amazon…

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Stephen King

Posted in art, collectibles, comic books, Cool Stuff, ebook, fantasy, Film, ghosts, halloween, history, horror, humor, kindle, literature, monster, mythology, News, nook, TV, twitter, weird, wisdom with tags , , , on September 20, 2014 by Ed Brock

Is there a single Horror writer in the last 35 years that has not been influenced by this man? And he is still going strong–producing tales of horror & suspense that show that he is, easily, one of the most brilliant writers in American literary history.

Stephen King was born today (Sept. 21, 1947)



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