Saturday, July 16, 2011

Night Owls On Sale Now!

Click HERE to get your copy now!

Big Day... New Books and Fires.

    So here is the rundown of today... My zombie apocalypse short "Birthday Wish" was accepted for the upcoming Soul Survivors anthology from Knightwatch Press.

Here's the lineup for Soul Survivors, Volume 1
Pretend Girlfriend- Jonathan Wood

A Warm Spring Day – Sean Thompson

Birthday Wish- Charlie Morgan

City of the Dead- Sean T. Page

Love Thy Neighbor- Patrick D'Orazio

Mass Destruction- Rebecca Besser

Not Alone- Jeremy Mahan

The Ward- Daniel McMurtry

The Piano Man- Kaye Sarah Inglis

Tired of Being Bored- J. Rodimus Fowler

White Rabbits and Clowns - Shells Walter

 There was a fire this morning at my mother in law's house (everyone is fine and the only injuries were to me from a highly pissed off black cat named Spooky) big thanks to my guys at Green River Fire and Rescue, Blue Ridge and Saluda for their help!

    And finally Night Owls should be available for purchase on the Amazon Kindle sometime today or tomarrow.

Charlie Morgan

Monday, July 11, 2011


Rhonny Reaper's Roadkill Cafe is out NOW! For the first time ever I am published in paperback!

Rhonny Reapers Roadkill Cafe

Sunday, July 10, 2011

NIGHT OWLS returns as an Amazon exclusive!

   One of my first and most graphic stories will be released on the Amazon Kindle very soon. Night Owls was originally published briefly on Since I had it unpublished I've been wanting to work it over and fix some of the problems the original had and give it a proper release.
   The story follows a sadistic serial killer who has recently claimed his latest victim. As he travels through the winding mountain roads and celebrates his efforts, he finds a beautiful young woman that is just his type. The blood flows as time ticks away for the predator and the prey.
   Night Owls will be released at the end of July or early August.

Monday, July 4, 2011

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Have a safe and happy holiday everyone!

For whatever reason.... I'll post the reply here...

For some reason I can't reply to a comment on my own post (?) So to Robin Eduardo, Thanks. I won't say that it was >>--> Wayne Simmons'!!!!! <--<< idea to bring about such mischief.

Friday, July 1, 2011

Delightfully Gooey Book Review - Eric S. Brown's Bigfoot War 2

Bigfoot War 2: Dead in the Woods
Eric S. Brown's Bigfoot War was and still is an absolute powerhouse of B-movie style goodness in book form. From the first page to the last gore soaked paragraph it was able to hook you and draw you in.
Now we have Bigfoot War 2: Dead In The Woods and let me just say this... YOU AIN'T SEEN NOTHIN' YET!
BW2 takes place in the aftermanth of the first book where the titular creatures descend upon an unsuspecting neighboring town. What follows is a bloodbath of epic scale. There is no way you will be able to tear yourself from the lightning pace of this book. Brown definately strives to deliver what the readers want and succeeds with flying colors (and fur, blood, bullets, brain matter and any other bit of high quality chunkage.)
In closing, this book is nothing short of mayhem and worth every single penny. If you are a fan of Bigfoot, monsters or horror at all then this is a perfect, fun, summer read (especially if you're going camping).

Click here to buy it