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The Stoker Awards are upon us, and I’m Not Sam is nominated for “Best Long Fiction.” Co-authored with LuckyMcKee, I’m Not Sam delves deep into the mysteries of identity and how well we truly know one another. “You’d expect nothing less from the provocateurs behind The Woman, whom you can almost hear giggling in the […]
Did you miss the I’m Not Sam blog tour? Now you can catch it all in one place at Horror World! Read Jack’s meditations on loss, fear, and things that are disturbing… then pick up I’m Not Sam from Cemetery Dance (hardcover) or Sinister Grin Press (trade paperback), the latest collaboration between Jack and Lucky McKee! […]
Jack’s novellas with Lucky McKee, I’m Not Sam! and Who’s Lily? are now available in hardcover editions from Cemetery Dance! The two novellas are companion pieces, working in tandem to unsettle and disturb the reader’s sense of identity. Ask yourself after reading them… what would YOU do?
m4s0n501 …And the winner of the I’m Not Sam Naughty and Nice Manuscript Giveaway contest…is Sam – McCanna, that is! Congratulations! A tremendous thank you goes out to all who participated, as well as Joshua Jabcuga, Brian Freeman of Cemetery Dance, and the good folks of Sinister Grin Press! How was the contest decided? In the […]
A big thank you to everyone who entered the contest to win the manuscript of I’m Not Sam! We will be announcing a winner shortly!
The paperback edition of Jack’s latest collaboration with Lucky McKee, I’m Not Sam, is now available on Amazon, and from its publisher, Sinister Grin Press! Prepare to be disturbed!
Dread Central has a brand new interview with Jack and Lucky McKee, describing the process behind co-creating The Woman, and I’m Not Sam. Check it out!
Jack’s I’m Not Sam Blog Tour makes its final stop at Horror World! Check out today’s definition of “disturbing”!
Stop #4 on Jack’s I’m Not Sam Blog Tour is Bookgasm! Today’s topics – cats, more definitions of “disturbing”, and bad dreams…
Today’s I’m Not Sam Blog Tour stop finds Jack visiting Brian Keene, and talking about That Thing In The Water.