Sunday, September 17, 2017


It has taken a long time for my novel '68 Buick to reach my readers. There have been many bridges to cross, obstacles tossed every which way, not only for myself but for others as well. It's not often that an author's life can relate to a fiction novel. With '68 Buick, however, that is the case. Truth and fiction were weaved together as I wrote this tale. I lived parts of it, embellished them, of course, and created monsters and heroes of imaginable dimension. My concept is unique. I portray the Grim Reaper in a whole new light, a man caught in a battle of good versus evil where strange allegiances are made. In this novel, I am the Reaper. I look in the mirror and see my face; I feel the hurt of others and work to fight for them; I am immortal, but I feel pain and angst.

If you are looking for a novel filled with action, good and evil people, and entities of every description, I believe you will enjoy my book. We provide a nice lengthy free sample on Amazon.

The fantastic cover art was done by Sue Midlock! Thanks, Sue.

Thank you Terri DelCampo, Quinn Cullen, Rebecca Boucher, and Beverly Cialone for your great work.

And, of course, thank you Dennis Lensing. You did a great job. I miss you, my friend. May we meet again in a better place. You certainly deserve my dedication.

Blaze McRob

Book description:

 Bob is a man forgotten by God,
Limbo the only afterlife he'll trod.

With the devil Bob deals to save his kids
And keep them safe off of Azazel's grid.

The brazen demon is trying to take
Hell's throne from Satan where doomed souls bake.

Bob's ex-wife's boyfriend's a witch of black magic
In league with Azazel, a team quite tragic.

Will he offer as sacrifice, Bob's kids?
Or will Bob and elf friends keep evil under lid?

A '68 Buick Bob accepts as his
A car housing ghost of his first missus.

Satan gives him the car to chauffer the scum
Of the earth to hell from which they can't run.

On Satan's ranch Bob drives to hell's brink
The car his and Barbara's immortal link.

With assistance from elves and some Vodou from Sadie
And help from Jack's group of misfits in earth's Hades.

Defeating the evil on earth is Bob's quest
From toil he'll never be able to rest.

Will Azazel take over Satan's rule?
Come ride with Bob and see first-hand the duel.

Friday, September 15, 2017


Psychotic Glimpses is another fantastic short story collection by Terri DelCampo! Let her introduce you to the ooky and spooky that is her trademark. You'll be glad you did!

Blaze McRob

Book description:

A grieving father says tit for tat.
Barnacles get on your nerves just like that.
Elephants forced into pain will see red.
Those making movies in Owl's Nest get dead.
Rebirth happens in a tomb made of glass.
Restaurant ghost has a bug up his ass.
Go find yourself a cobwebby nook,
To sit and devour this ooky book.

Monday, September 11, 2017


Terri DelCampo has her latest Owl's Eye View Magazine out, and what an issue it is! Monsters, monsters everywhere! Volume 8-Issue 9 has monsters from around the world attacking Owl's Nest, Delaware which has now become the International House Of Horror. Is your interest piqued yet? It should be. Grab your copy for a mere 99 cents and get in on the horrific fun!

Blaze McRob

Book description:

Owl's Eye View Magazine is a dark fiction monthly featuring columns, poetry, and short stories written by Terri DelCampo and "Columnists" who are in fact her ongoing fictitious characters. 

Friday, September 8, 2017


True Crime Shelf, by Terri DelCampo, is another of Terri's great novels you'll enjoy reading. None of her books are the same, so you can always be assured of getting a fresh read. No cookie cutting for Terri! If you like horror and the occult, you'll love this book.

See you at the book shelf!

Blaze McRob

Book description:

Where do the voices come from,
That incessant psychotic hum,
That Sentries for good are baffled by,
That terrorize Owl's Nest by and by? 

Monday, September 4, 2017


I posted this on my website a while back. It's still good advice, I believe. On this post, I added in what Terri DelCampo has to say about the subject. I hope you pick up a few pointers.

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Do you want to be an author? Just write. Easy peasy. You don't have the time? Horseshit. We all have time. I worked at many jobs at the same time, not having a day off for nine years. I still wrote. I wanted to, so I did it. In twenty something years, I wrote and had some seventy five ghostwritten novels published.

There are many moments you can use as writing time. Get up early and write. Do you work at a desk job? Write at lunch while you're eating. Carry a little notebook or tape recorder and take notes. Put the notes together and you'll have a story. Write at the end of the day when the kids are asleep. I think you can see a pattern here.

Why am I writing this now? Simple. Some folks have been bombarding me about how they want to be a writer but can't find the time. Writing takes no time. If you want to get published and sell some books, that's a different matter. This quickie post is not about that. More to come about that later, as with other articles I have written about it in the past.

Prioritize. If you don't want to be a writer, then don't write. If you do: write.

If you're still reading my discourse, and you want to be a writer, you're in luck. I'm finished. Time for you to write. I want to see your books bandied about so I can tell the world about them.

Happy writing.

Blaze McRob

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 I love this scene from Finding Forrester. Excellent movie for aspiring writers, or even writers who need a motivation nudge. This scene epitomizes how I feel about writing. If you're a writer, you write. Simple as that. I never go anywhere without paper and pen. Period. Don't even need a computer or typewriter. Pen and paper. Simple. In the house, in the car, on the beach, anywhere. From the time I was eleven. No matter what was going on in my life, I wrote. Because I am and always have been a writer.

Reasons that people give you for not writing are bullshit. I got up at 4:30 in the morning when my kids were very little and wrote 6 screenplays that way. Later when I worked for my husband's plumbing business and still had kids to raise, I stayed up until midnight and one in the morning. Wrote my first two novels that way. Then I worked full time after my separation and divorce and wrote my third novel by not flopping on the sofa and watching TV when I got home from work.

After my car accident and being rendered disabled I began self-publishing my magazine Owl's Eye View online, and last year I self-published my seven novels, three novellas, multiple short story collections, and Best Of collections from the magazine columns on Kindle (some 30 books). There's time. Carpe Diem, people. Or Carpe Noctem. Just don't carpe bullshit excuses. Just write!

Terri DelCampo

Saturday, September 2, 2017


Meds, by Terri DelCampo, is a fiction novel about what goes on in the pharmaceutical industry. Then again, could these things actually happen? There's only one way to straighten things out in your mind. Buy and read.

You'll love this book about the spooky and ooky of medicine.

Blaze McRob

Book description:

Pharmacy staff that works together,
In defiance of corporate bad weather.
Their unsinkable spirit leaves Willie hot.
Their defiance entices Mihil's plot.
How far a supervisor would go,
To make his profit charts really flow?

Thursday, August 31, 2017


Owl Guts is one of my favorite collections by Terri DelCampo! I bought it a number of years ago. It was a super read then and has more than stood the test of time. Check out the free sample on Amazon and see for yourself. I know you'll want to buy it. 

Blaze McRob 

Book description:

"Owl Guts" is ookiness with a side of willies dished out in six healthy servings by dark fiction writer Terri DelCampo, publisher of Owl's Eye View Magazine. Chills!