The Harvester (The Sinner Saga Book 2) is now available from Blood Bound Books.
Available in both Print and Kindle.
From back cover:
Armed with the knowledge of his true identity and the seven demons by his side, the lone farmer is released from his isolation and enters the world with a mission: deliver sin to mankind. It’s the greatest story ever told, by the most unlikely of narrators.
In this sequel to The Sinner, K. Trap Jones takes us back to the tormented crossroads between good and evil while exposing another view behind the creation of Hell and civilization’s first encounters with sin.
When all hope is gone, who can be trusted? This isn’t the devil you know, it’s… The Harvester.
Now that the farmer knows his true identity, he steps into the role of Satan and accepts the mission handed down to him by God: deliver sin to mankind. While accomplishing his goal, Satan stumbles upon a joyous city named Hell. Considering it another challenge, Satan decides to take the city as his own. Within his new kingdom, the farmer unleashes sin and harvests souls. But all does not fare well for the Prince of Darkness. God, in his infinite wisdom has chosen another man for another aspect of his master plan. Well, not so much a man as a child. And for Satan, that can only mean one thing. War.
One Bad Fur Day is now available from Sirens Call Publications.
Available in both Print and Kindle.
From the back cover:
Call it odd, call it off-beat, call it fantasy; but don’t think for a moment that One Bad Fur Day is anything other than a suspense driven horror ride that blurs the lines between harsh reality and brutal imagery…
As Hurricane Katrina barrels through the Louisiana bayous, the animal population is forced to deal with the tumultuous upheaval of their world. Sheriff Sid and his wife are caught completely off-guard by the natural disaster unfolding around them as they battle not only the turbulent winds and flooding waters, but heinous acts committed by other creatures inhabiting the backwaters. Following a brutal assault on his wife, Sid is forced to fight off voodoo-priestess snakes, a junkyard raccoon, deceitful badgers, and a band of roving power-hungry alligators. While clinging to his tenuous hold as sheriff, Sid must find a way to recapture what is rightfully his and exact his revenge.
K. Trap Jones does a fantastic job of pairing the genuine horror of a natural disaster with a story of deceit, betrayal and vengeance that pulls you in and forces the reader to identify with Sid as he journeys through the darkest reaches of the bayous, facing deadly encounters, on One Bad Fur Day!
Cover for The Harvester, published by Blood Bound Books
It’s that time of year! Burial Day Books annual Gothic Blue Book is out. Grab it now!
From the publisher:
“A collection of short stories and poems resurrect the spirit of the Gothic Blue Book. Gothic Blue Books were short fictions popular in the 18th and 19th century. They were descendants of the chap book trade. Burial Day Books presents its fourth Gothic Blue Book, The Folklore Edition. Featuring New York Times bestselling author and Bram Stoker Award finalist Jay Bonansinga’s new fiction – Bivouac Featuring collected poetry by Bram Stoker Award and Puschcart Prize winning author Bruce Boston.”
A great new anthology is out from Firbolg Publishing. Enter at Your Own Risk: The End is the Beginning features many tales from classic horror writers like Poe, Lovercraft, Shelly and combines them with a wonderful lineup of present day horror writers. This is a beautiful collection of stories. I am very fortunate to have my short story, The River included within these pages.
Head over to Amazon and check it out!
Ginger Nuts of Horror cornered me in a darkened alley and picked apart my mind with a full onslaught interview. The result was a cluster hell of responses about what makes me tick. From who inspires me to my love for tacos, everything gets unleashed like someone trying to drink a gallon of milk.
Check out the full interview here.
The Drunken Exorcist is now available from Necro Publications. (Purchase Kindle Version | Purchase Print Copy)
Think you know something about exorcisms? You don’t know Schnitt.
Fresh on probation for his unconventional methods of handling exorcisms, Father Schnitt is burdened to describe his encounters with the possessed. With brutal honesty and nothing to hide, the rogue Father details his procedures for extraction and his arsenal of weaponry including a crucifix, shotguns, and machetes. Last, but not least, whiskey is not only the Father’s cause of addiction, but also serves as his greatest weapon and ally.
“Exorcisms are like removing nails from a piece of wood. Some of them come out nice and clean, but there are always a few stubborn ones that require more effort. As you dig and grind to reach the stuck nail, the piece of wood becomes ruined. That’s where I come in, when things turn to ruin.” – Father Schnitt