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!

Tuesday, August 29, 2017


Screech, by Terri DelCampo, is a novella filled with the ooky and spooky that Terri is known for. If you like evil witches, owl crones, and more, you will enjoy this book. Read it at night while the owls are up to their hooting business. You'll never view owls in the same way again.

Blaze McRob

Book description:

Evil witch threatens Doveshadow and Crone.
Musical powers are finally honed,
From a journey through time laced with failure and tears.
What magical balm will soothe Doveshadows' fears?
Come read the adventure and see what takes place
When Reuel and Jamalia come face to face.

Saturday, August 26, 2017


If you're looking for a collection of ooky and spooky tales worthy of your reading time, The Willies, by Terri DelCampo, belongs on your Kindle. Terri spins some mean motor-scooters for your enjoyment. Find out what the buzz is about. Check out Terri's super tales!

Blaze McRob

Book description:

Gods together through romance in time.
Psycho's spirit into innocent climbs.
Savage blood cannot be tamed.
Town by sprouting greens is claimed.
A picnic reunites a family.
A scientist fails most tragically.
These stories just for you I've written.
So read all the ooky and don't be quittin'!

Wednesday, August 23, 2017


Lightning Bolts, by Terri DelCampo, is another one of Terri's ooky and spooky collections you won't want to miss! Hustle thy fingers to Amazon's purchase button, and it is yours for only $2.99. I have my copy.

Blaze McRob

Book description:

Birth and death cycle incredibly brief.
Thoughts come with flashes that bring a boy grief.
Flower visits from a little girl.
Something in a can might make you hurl.
Hasty words bring hastier action.
Beware an enchanting man's attraction.
Enter this eBook if ooky you seek, And you will shudder with each nighttime creak. 

Saturday, August 19, 2017


In The Best Of Screech On!, Terri DelCampo combines fiction and non-fiction, adding in some notes of musical expertise from some great groups who were gracious enough to give of themselves. If you love music and horror, you will be sure to enjoy this collection. Don't forget: Amazon has a nice free sample you can read.

Blaze McRob

Book description:

Music is Larry Nunn's forte.
He writes of groups that stand out in the fray.
Owl's Nest locals like Doveshadow and
5CC both consummate bands.
And Larry's story, all his own
Of Manta will chill you to the bone.

Thursday, August 17, 2017


The Shakes, by Terri DelCampo, is a collection of ooky and spooky tales just waiting for your reading pleasure! Eight tales of horror for only $2.99. One great deal!

Blaze McRob

Book description:

Some creatures better left unborn.
The Easter Bunny fable torn.
Are you sure you want that gold?
What does a snowman's tummy hold?
I never programmed THIS wake-up call!
Lowly priest has a message for one and all.
Black is the color of silence in space.
What guilt comes from a guillotined face?

Monday, August 14, 2017


Terri DelCampo wrote The Shudders three years ago. It's time for me to give it the love it deserves. This collection features some great tales of horror. All of them are different and draw you into their pages with a magical touch.

I have my copy. Do you have yours?

Blaze McRob

Book description:

It's all in your head with one helpful shrink.
The end's boundary is blurred, I think.
Friendly kids never need a guard dog.
The boko emerges from his bog.
Salvation for May in an attic trunk.
Blackhead squeezer vomits chunks.
Wrath of bully victim runs deep.
Mad beasts end up in tranqued heap.
So pampered are the slaughterees.
Not so the help, the worker bees.

Friday, August 11, 2017


If you love tales of monsters from around the world at their very worst, Terri has a magazine for you! Owl's Eye View Magazine Volume 8 - Issue 8 has monsters most of you have never heard of, and they have all converged on Owl's Nest, Delaware. The town is being torn to pieces, everyone is scared shit-less, but the side of good is at work. Will they be able to do what needs to be done? For a mere 99 cents you can read all about it. I'll catch you on Amazon.

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. 

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Terri DelCampo gives her opinions about free speech. Even with issues and people she feels strongly about, she does not think people should have to limit what they have to say. These rights are guaranteed in the Constitution.

As much as I might disagree with people and some of the stupid, revolting things they have to say, they have the right to say them. Of course, it's a double edged sword. I don't respect the people who are truly disgusting, and I have every right to attack them in print. Sometimes, it's not worth the effort. Things like this can be a huge time suck with opinionated people who don't care to approach things from a humanistic point of view.

A case of the good, the bad, and the ugly. Read Terri's post and see if you agree.

Blaze McRob

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Terri DelCampo has added another great post to her Disability Challenges with Terri DelCampo website This time she discusses ARE THERE REALLY REASONS FOR THE BAD STUFF? One thing I admire about Terri is the fact she refuses to let handicaps get in her way. When there is something she wants to do, she does it. And, it's not always easy.

Read her post above and others she has written there. She provides links to her other websites as well. Terri writes in many genres. She is best known for her horror tales, but she has much more to grab your attention.

Happy reading.

Blaze McRob

Sunday, August 6, 2017

Tips on thesaurus use from Terri DelCampo on her Write Now with Terri DelCampo blog:

"As with chocolate brownies, moderation and discipline is the key when using a thesaurus.  I know there are writers giving tips everywhere saying that the thesaurus should never be cracked, but I disagree. 

First, you can learn a lot from a thesaurus on the expand-your-vocabulary horizon.  However, the thesaurus should be an editing tool more than a writing tool.  Write the story using words you absolutely know.  If there are words you use that you are not one hundred percent certain about, look up their synonyms in a thesaurus first, to give you context.  But then, look up the specific definitions for the word and its synonyms in a dictionary to be certain.  Even then, if you look up the synonym you plan to use, and the definition is the less common one, chances are it might not be correct in your story. 

For example, the matriarch in my fictitious town of Owl's Nest is a witch, and I wanted to find synonyms for the word witch because it comes up in my stories a lot."
There are some useful tips that might help you out.
Blaze McRob

Friday, August 4, 2017


Most authors like increasing the number of books they have for sale. Makes total sense, does it not? Sure it does, or does it? I have eleven of my short stories and my tales within anthologies in which the rights will revert back to me. Actually, all of them already do. However, the publisher is shutting down and I have a choice to make. Do I republish them or do I do something else?

I once believed that short stories were a way to get your longer books noticed. Could be, but for a 99 cent book, you're only getting 35 cents. So what will I do? I will at some point put these stories in collections and sell them that way. I have hundreds of them. My plan is to have collections in different word counts. I will charge $2.99 and $3.99 for a lot of them. Not bad for a 20,000 to 40,000 word collection. With a decent sized free sample on Amazon, readers can still get a sampling of my writing.

As for the bigger collections, those in the 70,000 to 90,000 word range, I'll charge $6.99, or more, for them, the same as I do my novels.

So, the subtraction of eleven of my works will add to more over the long run. I'll polish them up a bit and make them better. My readers will receive value. That's what I like. I hope they will enjoy what they read.

I have many stories in anthologies with other Presses than Blazing Owl Press. They will remain where they are. They have good homes there.

Quality is always better than quantity, I believe. I have many new novels coming out as well as collections, and I want my readers to enjoy all of them.

Happy reading.

Blaze McRob

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Terri DelCampo makes some interesting points in her post I WILL NO LONGER PURCHASE CRAP on her Write Now with Terri DelCampo blog. She and I purchase quite a few books written by many authors. There are some that, quite frankly, don't live up to expectations. We both agree that the free samples on Amazon tell a prospective reader a lot about a book. If there are mistakes at the beginning of a book, then you may rest assured they will be scattered around elsewhere.

This is not a tell all piece. No books or names will be mentioned. Also, bear in mind that no one is perfect. One can find errors in books from the Big Boys as well as self-pubbed and small press books. Don't let awards throw you off, either. I have read Bram Stoker winning books that I thought were awful. Personal tastes. However, one had a forward done from an award winning author that was filled with grammatical errors.Yikes!

Go to the link above and see if you don't agree with the other comments Terri makes. Please, authors, use the tools at your disposal.

Blaze McRob

Monday, July 31, 2017

I suppose saying that Twitter increases visibility and book sales is a bold statement. Could be. But it's true. I keep records of all my interactions online and check the stats regularly. Since I have gotten more involved with Twitter, the more I see it as a great tool for authors.

Now, I am also a firm believer in not taking a hard sell approach. I never hammer anything into peoples' heads. I get online, talk about other people for the most part, and things come back to me. Twitter, when used in that manner, gets your name out there to many people. You retweet another author's tweet and people are appreciative. I try to personalize everything with a thank you when someone tweets about me or my books. I tell my followers about them and I try to keep in touch with them.

I am making new friends all the time on Twitter. Spreading the word about others, spreads your good name. Do it in the spirit it is intended. Social interaction is just that: social. Get involved. Tweet. Retweet. Copy your links to your tweets and spread them around with other posts. Put a tweet button on your website so people can see what you have tweeted. It's easy to do. Think of Twitter as being mini-information-bites. Seek out other people who like what you like. Common interests generate a lot of attention. I am a horror author, but that's not my entire life. I have other interests. So do other folks.

So, my friends, get involved, have some fun, and meet some great new people. You'll be glad you did.

Blaze McRob

Saturday, July 29, 2017


What kind of toys live within your children's toybox? If you haven't checked lately, this might be a good time to do so, but make sure the light is on and you're not alone. You're not afraid of toys? Read Blazin' Toybox, by Terri DelCampo and Blaze McRob, and your mind might very well be changed.

The toys in these eleven twisted and horrific tales are begging you to come and play with them. Don't keep them waiting.

Blaze McRob

Book description:

Blazin' Toybox is a collection of dark fiction/horror stories by Blaze McRob & Terri DelCampo

Never a demonic rag-doll burn!
Mother paints child-killer's fate that turns

Tearful Teddy protects abused kids in a home
Genius infant solves Rubik's Cube in this tome.

Cheating parents set up by blue-eyed stuffed cat.
Gnome and Cathy of neato surprise do chat.

Misused Vodou doll is no laughing matter.
Beware china dollies if your children you batter.

An evil-battling doll always grins,
Action figures versus Boogieman, how many to win?

Tiny soldiers and daughter must avenge vet dad
All sorts of stories about good toys gone bad.

Wednesday, July 26, 2017


All authors look for ways to spread the word about themselves and their books, but not even your most ardent fan wants to be assaulted by constant posts and in-your-face requests to buy your book. What are some ways to put your name out there without being a pain in the butt? My plan is to tell people more about other authors. On my websites, I give folks interesting tid-bits about Women In Horror, new books other authors have out or on the radar, and more. In addition to that, I give out some of my little tips, such as this one, and spread them around.

I write these posts on my websites, Tweet them, and share them to my Facebook personal and Author pages. A lot of times, I will post links to Twitter from my website and pin them to my Twitter page so they stay on top for at least a day. This way folks will see these posts first when they look at my Twitter page. This increases retweet opportunities. I've been keeping track of what happens when I do this and the results speak for themselves. My website explodes from people viewing the posts. For example: if I post a Woman In Horror article for one author and do the other things I mentioned, not only does that author get hundreds of views, but a lot of people will scroll down and read the posts about other Women In Horror they might have missed. The numbers for everyone go up on a constant basis.

How does this help me? Well, I enjoy telling the world about other authors. That's my main goal. However, if anyone wants to see what I have written they have merely to view my side-bars. I'm a bit laid back when it comes to thumping my own chest. I have posts out when a new book comes out and all, but I believe that if my books are well written, edited, and formatted ( with Terri DelCampo, my lovely wife, handling the latter two jobs ) then I have done my job. I do spread the word about my books, however, it's never a constant barrage of buy-my-book stuff.

Also, it doesn't hurt to post a book cover, Amazon link, and a short description on Twitter, featuring any of your books. Visuals look really cool on Twitter. This way people will see your book cover. You can do the same thing for book trailers, which I love, by the way. Spread them around, however, so you don't go overboard once again.

So, if you inter-face with others and spread their message to the masses, you will help out the entire family of authors. Even yourself.

Blaze McRob

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Blood Spatter, a collection of horror stories by Terri DelCampo and Blaze McRob, is the perfect Halloween read. There are some gory little gritties hiding within its pages. This was the first book for Blazing Owl Press, and Terri and I are pretty proud of it.

Hit the above link and read our ample free sample section. You will see what we have to offer you. I'm up to my usual snarky shenanigans right off the bat.

We hope you take us up on our Samhain offering. We'll keep the candy bowl filled and the light will be on as you hop up on the porch for a little Trick or Tweet. Don't slip on the blood spatter. With Terri and I, Halloween lasts the entire year.

Blaze McRob

Book description:








Thursday, July 20, 2017


The SCARES THAT CARE CHARITY WEEKEND is a fantastic way that the horror community helps those in need. The people behind the event, and everyone participating, help fight the REAL MONSTERS of childhood illness, burns, and breast cancer by helping families that are experiencing these extraordinary hardships cope with their financial burdens. This is a grand event consisting of authors, movie folks, and more. Hit the link above and find out more. You could very well find some of your favorite people in the genre will be there, and you will be doing some good, as well.

Go to and find out the latest. You'll be glad you did. Many of my friends will be there. Join them if you can!

Blaze McRob

Tuesday, July 18, 2017


OwlMares is a spooky and ooky horror collection by Terri DelCampo that is guaranteed to deliver chills, even as the temperature in your room rises to fever pitch! Yes, it's that kind of book. Get your copy now.

Blaze McRob

Book description:

Revenge is sought by a wicked witch.
Angel's tears come at a fevered pitch.
A little mouse can lead the way.
A wandering owl flies far away.
Scales of justice are magically painted.
A sister acts from a mind that's tainted.
A bottle wobbles on a child's head;
While you read of the ooky and the dead.

Monday, July 17, 2017

Terri DelCampo has another great children's story up on THE ROJO ADVENTURE BLOG! Princess Rosie & Joey Owl - Princess Rosie Flies is a delightful tale for children to read or, for those too young to read, to have read to them. Terri is getting quite an audience for her stories. There is a child of two who loves having her daddy read them to her. Right on, Terri!

The link above will take you to a land of fun and wonder. Read this story and many more at Terri's website. They are all free . . . for children of all ages.

Blaze McRob  

Saturday, July 15, 2017


Since I can't let Terri DelCampo have all the fun with poems, here's one I did a while back. I hope you enjoy it. This is suitable for children of all ages.

Baby Fox

The baby fox leaps in the air,
Intent on play, without a care,
For mother fox is watching near,
So her sweet son should have no fear.

With brother fox and sister too,
He jumps and skips 'mongst tall grass dew.
Up in the air his red coat shines,
The sun not blocked by distant pines.

This little vale does care for all.
The trees around create a wall,
And food and water here abound.
From outside world there is no sound.

The little one now needs to rest,
For he is tired from all his jest.
Yet into nest he does not go,
For high above, white clouds do show.

They dance about with changing shapes,
And first appear as lambs with capes.
The fluffy lambies dance about,
And cause the little kits to shout.

And weary though they all might be,
They mimic lambs and dance with glee.
But soon their fluffy friends depart,
And other shapes before them dart.

Animals, all shapes and sizes,
Weave about and leave their prizes.
High above in deep blue wonder,
Fleecy clouds do show their splendor.

But now the time has come for sleep,
And mother fox does take them deep,
Into the den which is their home,
Where she has built a safety dome.

So little fox does nod and yawn,
For in his bed he'll sleep 'til dawn.
Brother, sister, and his mother,
Gathered round with love will smother.

Blaze McRob

Wednesday, July 12, 2017


The latest copy of Owl's Eye View Magazine, by Terri DelCampo, is available for your reading pleasure! All your favorite columns are waiting for you: Swooping Through The Years, Visceral Verse, Macabre Mirth, and a new short story, Dropping By Owl's Nest Park. All this for only 99 cents! What a bargain and a fantastic way to start out your summer reading. Terri's magazine is a must read!

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.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017


The book trailer for Assbiters From Hell, written by Terri DelCampo and Blaze McRob, and produced by Beverly Cialone, is out now! This rock-em, sock-em, collection of horror will make you squirm in your seat as you're reading the book, watching and listening to the trailer, or both. There are eleven stories in this ooky collection, and all of them will turn the creepy-crawlies switch on. Take a gander at the trailer and you'll see what I mean.

Blaze McRob

Friday, July 7, 2017


Ooky Bites, by Terri DelCampo, is a collection of six short stories that are filled with creepy and kooky. What else would you expect from the Queen of Ooky?

I especially love the short story Shonk. These stories rock!

Blaze McRob

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Book description:

 In Ooky Bites Terri DelCampo, (author of Owl Guts) spews six more dark stories to make you feel the ooky. Prepare to sleep with the lights on!

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Wow! Beverly Cialone produced a fantastic book trailer for our collection of horror tales, Happy Bloody Whatever! This is a big book and Beverly made what I like to call a mini-movie book trailer. Go to  and read and listen to a fantastic array of visual and audio horror moments to entice your terror longings.

I'll see you there. Once is not enough to view and listen to this book trailer.

Blaze McRob

Friday, June 30, 2017


Fiesta Morte, by Terri DelCampo, is a great collection of short horror stories. Follow Terri as she traverses a grand adventure through the world of ooky. Eight super tales for your enjoyment. Terri has a smooth style you will be sure to enjoy.

Fiesta, anyone?

Blaze McRob

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Book description:

Brats find out the clown gets the last laugh.
Computer plays hell on office staff.
A family fights for property rights.
A chauvinist jerk get all entangled.
Hookers' new Human Resources angle.
Writers can never question their muse.
Europeans bring death in the wake of their cruise.
Heaven's been cancelled so what the hell now?
Read on through this eBook so ooky endowed!

Wednesday, June 28, 2017


Beverly Cialone's book trailer for the highly talented and prolific author Terri DelCampo. Be sure to check out the trailer AND her book Holy Terrors. It is available on Amazon

This great book trailer is produced exclusively by Beverly Cialone and features music by the one and only Johnny Cash. Beverly keeps producing one great book trailer after book trailer for Blazing Owl Press. 

No sense in me talking any longer. The book trailer will tell you what Terri's novel is all about.


Blaze McRob 

Sunday, June 25, 2017


The Oatmeal shows us some very important facts about coffee. For example: where it is grown, what color the beans actually are, where the term "cup of Joe" came from, and more. It does not explain, however, why people in Wyoming make fun of me - a transplanted Jersey boy -  when I say coffee. They are rude people and must be killed off in my next novel.

Bad news: I moved to Georgia and they make fun of my New Jersey accent here too when I say coffee. More people to kill off; more novels to write.

What is this doing here? It's pretty obvious to me. All great authors drink coffee. Go to The Oatmeal and read this and other posts. Tell them Blaze sent you. And yes, I do drink coffee.

Blaze McRob

Monday, June 19, 2017


Cringes, by Terri DelCampo, is a collection of spooky and ooky you won't want to miss! Terri's trademark skull on the cover welcomes you to her world, one not quite in line with what some folks think is normal. But then, define normal. I'll stay in Terri's world.

Blaze McRob

Book description:

They come in the night, inside or out.
Karma's a bitch, have no doubt.
Lindsay learns nothing is truly free.
A surprise awaits dateless ball attendees.
Can you trust that shadow that walks with you?
Or your friends not to laugh in the funeral pews?
Suppose your lies gave you serious pain?
If a priest dealt real punishment would religious faith wane?
Environmental victims finally get pissed.
So read up for cringes not to be missed.

Friday, June 16, 2017

Do you enjoy reading ghost stories with a different twist? Ahah! Boo, by Blaze McRob, might be just what you're looking for. There are ten short stories in this collection, and they are all different. This tome is available on the Kindle Presses. My spirit friends recommend this book highly. Just saying.

Blaze McRob

Book description:

Uncle Bucky – something's way off
Unhappy bus station ghosts complain
Murdered author visits old friends
Docs can't turn off dead vet's brain.

Haunted lighthouse glows with invite.
Dutch ghost visits foggy George Inn
Dreams lead back to cabin of death
Raven picks on boy of sin.

Workout guy chats with ghostly friends
Viking takes vengeance on Charlemagne.
Passage to haunted afterlife
When you read these stories gain.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017


Heebie - Jeebies, by Terri DelCampo, is a super collection of ooky and spooky tales! This is not to be missed. Hit the free sample for the book on Amazon and I know you'll want to buy this.

See you there!

Blaze McRob 

Book description:


Hitman's loyalties bought and resold.
Stories by appearances never are told.
Taking a pelt is rapture indeed.
A warden plans how the starving to feed.
You may get what you wish for so carefully choose.
Like a flash in the pan life is gone without clues.
Midnight snacks for you are not healthy.
Grab this book instead and get ooky-wealthy!

Saturday, June 10, 2017


The latest copy of Owl's Eye View Magazine, by Terri DelCampo, is available for your reading pleasure! All your favorite columns are waiting for you: Swooping Through The Years, Visceral Verse, Macabre Mirth, and a new short story, Creator Shell. All this for only 99 cents! What a bargain and a fantastic way to start out your summer reading. Terri's magazine is a must read!

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, June 9, 2017


Tooth For A Tooth, by Terri Delcampo, is a super horror novella. You know you want to read this!

Read the free sample on Amazon and let your reading juices salivate.

Blaze McRob

Book description:

Nine months for Jeanette to pick up,
Her pieces of heart in a seedling cup.

Mending her heart with a bandage of lies,
Deception for only the time that it buys.

Will hubby get why she's doing this thing?
 Or ruin it all and toss in his ring?

If he finds out, how far will she go,
To defend baby Nevki? She doesn't know.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Let's Scare Cancer To Death, from May December Publications LLC, has many great stories from super authors and all the proceeds go to The V Foundation For Cancer Research. I have a story within this tome titled The Judas Contingent. This anthology is available for only .99 on Kindle. It is also available in paperback for $13.95, a great price for a 334 page book. Either version has all the proceeds going to cancer research.  

I guarantee the horrific stories in this anthology will sate your horror appetites. Give it a try.

Thank you.

Blaze McRob

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Book description: 


For millions, there is no word that inspires more fear. It is about time to give some payback. Enter a cadre of talented authors with a common purpose: to SCARE cancer to death.

Okay, the premise may seem silly, but the truth is that these writers have all given their stories freely in hopes that you will be enticed to come check out this anthology. Every penny generated will be given in a quarterly check the The V Foundation for Cancer Research. So, when you purchase this book, you are tossing your hat in the ring with people who are out to eradicate a killer that has touched far too many lives.

Join us, and Let's Scare Cancer to Death!

with Eli Constant, Alyn Day, Heath Stallcup, Gregory Carrico, T. Fox Dunham, Claire C. Riley, Armand Rosamilia, Catie Rhodes, J. Thorn, Chantal Boudureau, Mark Tufo, Michael James McFarland, Julianne Snow, Blaze McRob, TW Brown, and Rhonda Hopkins.

By *lizzie starr on March 31, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Cancer is frightening enough, and this anthology is definitely well on the way to achieving its title—and scaring cancer to death! As with any anthology, I enjoyed some tales more than others, but recommend them all. Who knew there were so many takes on Zombies? Or mystic cancer treatments? Or survival...and death?

We’ve all been touched by cancer in some way and these stories contain characters to cheer and cry for. At times, they’ll make your heart hurt. But don’t worry...there’s a zombie around the next corner! This volume is a must read for any horror fan.

By fluffyredfox on May 9, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
All the author dedications are heart breaking, so many people’s lives are touched by the dreaded big C. Here is to finding a cure, fast.

Z Children by Eli Constant: It is the start of the zompoc and Suz, Dad and the twins must make it out of town to their boat whilst dodging the zombies who are primarily children.
The reasons for the start of the zompoc are really well laid out, the back story made me care for this little family so the ending was a real shock.
I really enjoyed this writing style so another author to be on the lookout for.

Of the Dead by Alyn Day: a toughened foraging unit comes across a child “zed”; or is she just a wild child trying to survive?
As many of the unit are mourning fathers the emotions brought to the surface on the trip back to base and the scientists are really well played out by the author.
I love the twisted endings, so not expected. Another fantastic writer.

Memories by Heath Stallcup: the author physically brings you along for the ride on this tale as he drags you around a research facility whilst he unloads his story upon you.
The sordid tale carried on around me and I was so absorbed that the ending, again, gave me a real thump to the heart.
HS has managed to pull off a spectacular PoV perspective with not even the slightest error. Not surprisingly he is already one of my favourite authors.

Project Arizona by Greg Carrico: poor Henry, he is a sad and misplaced man in a long line of hidden experiments, of which the author keeps us in the dark about.
But the telltale zombie theme is there, along with a strange flensing obsession.
A strange little late that has an even weirder ending. Not sure what I read but I really liked it!

Just Life by T.Fox Dunham: “dragging its colon behind like a dead snake” – has to be my favourite line from the whole book, it made me feel a little nauseous and smile at the same time.
Robert, the main character, has just recovered from a strange surgery where his tumour went wild and attacked a surgeon!
Now Retribution has begun which looks suspiciously like a George Romero film set.
Essentially this is a beautiful love story another really fantastic ending.

Choices by Claire C. Riley: Adam had completed his cancer treatment but now all Hell has broken loose and he is unable to find out his final test results.
He risks life and limb to try and find his medical notes but thankfully there is Old Yella to help him out.
The moral of the story seems a little undone at the end but wow I really enjoyed the characters in this one.

Dying Days Mortality by Armand Rosamila: two good men are trying to do right by their dying wives.
A dilemma is set before one of them and a decision is made.
The emotions run really high in this book and AR does not shy away from rubbing your face right in there.

Gift Wrapped Box by Catie Rhodes: Kathleen just keeps getting more Hell heaped upon her as she falls for some mumbo jumbo about a cure for her terminal cancer, which actually turns out to be soul eaters!
Not to mention her wicked neighbor is trying to kill her kitten.
A blast from the past and she has a chance to put all things right and as she faces down a massive demon she gets more than she hoped for.
A sad but brilliant ending, really enjoyed the complexity of the story and certainly nothing run of the mill.

Tunnel by J. Thorn: not sure about this story as I really disliked one of the three characters and the other two were just meh for me. Plus the story never really went anywhere IMO.

One Lonely Night by Chantal Boudreaux: Quinn is dying from cancer, but all he desires is death by zombie.
With all the pain surrounding him he is set on his mission and CB does nothing to shy you away from being witness to this painfully honest tale.

Sweet Release by Mark Tufo: Ted’s life is over; his body just needs to catch up.
Kindness seems to be lacking all around him and just one small moment is all he wants.
The tenderness with which this tale is written really made my heart ache.

Uncle by Michael James Macfarland: crippled Uncle has a secret that he brought back from the war.
His constant care is sucking the life from those around him.
The slow but steady build up gives a good indication of what the end will be but it’s still a cracker.

The Legacy by Julianne Snow: they say when you get a terminal diagnosis you begin the grieving process for your own loss of life, one stage of that is anger.
This is the tale of a chap who gets stuck at that stage. Of all these little stories, this one really scared me.

The Judas Contingent by Blaze McRob: my heart bleeds for this wonderfully strong and brave man (the author not the fiction – of all the dedications and bios this one really touched me).
Revenge is the main drive for this story, a well written piece that left me wondering just who are the good guys.

My Name is Charles by TW Brown: what’s worse than dying cancer in the zompoc? Adding dementia into the mix.
Poor fella, having to relive the intial horror over and over again. Fantastic idea with some great writing.

Survival by Rhonda Hopkins: from a bad start where they are captured for who knows what reason Dana and her twin, Sarah, manage a dramatic escape with the help of Meredith. Shame the poor girl is suffering the after effects of chemo treatment.
As the struggle to survive in this new world of horrors occurs the relationship and animosity of work colleagues surfaces adding that emotional twist to the story.
Whilst gore and horror is not lacking in this well written tale it is the emotions that play front and center.

The whole book has a well put together feel to it. I do hope this continues to raise lots of money so that “we” really can Scare Cancer to Death.