For those who missed out on The Halloween Children (which I co-wrote with Norman Prentiss), it looks like Earthling Publications still has a few copies, but I have a feeling that you might be running out of time to place your order. Here are some of the reviews for this one in case you're interested: "This latest installment... Continue Reading →
Rue Morgue has reviewed The Halloween Children (which I co-wrote with Norman Prentiss) and the reviewer definitely got what Norman and I tried to do with this one: "This latest installment in Earthling Publications' annual Halloween series recollects the macabre and gruesome events that befall a suburban apartment. Delivered through a series of journal entries and interview transcripts,... Continue Reading →
Blu Gilliand over at October Country has reviewed The Halloween Children (which I co-wrote with Norman Prentiss for Earthling Publications) and he had some very nice things to say about the book: "The Halloween Children is a twisty funhouse ride through the minds of Brian James Freeman and Norman Prentiss, two enormously talented writers who have created an... Continue Reading →
The first review for The Halloween Children (which I co-wrote with Norman Prentiss for Earthling Publications) has arrived from The Baryon Review. Jim Brock writes: "THE HALLOWEEN CHILDREN is frankly one of the more disturbing books I have ever read. From page to page my opinion of who was the monster behind what was going on changed... Continue Reading →
Here's a larger version of Glenn Chadbourne's terrifically wicked cover artwork for The Halloween Children: Preorder the Signed Limited Edition Hardcover from Earthling Publications while supplies last!
I'm pleased to report that my first-ever collaboration, which just happens to be with one of my favorite writers, has been officially announced: The Halloween Children is a short novel Norman Prentiss and I wrote for Paul Miller over at Earthling Publications for the Earthling Halloween Series. Paul's books are always beautiful and well-designed, and I... Continue Reading →