This Sunday I will be interviewed LIVE on "Strange the World", one of the most in-depth interview shows for authors on the internet. Your hosts Kevin Strange and Sean Ferrari will be bombarding me with questions, and I'll be doing my best to provide them with suitable answers (I think that's how it works). And because it's fully interactive and live, you can get involved by posting comments and questions in the YouTube chat section, as well as connecting your own webcams and chatting along, just like people did before the internet was a thing.
Strange the World episode 4: Adam Millard airs LIVE this Sunday 5/25/14 at 7pm CST.
Just a quick update with regards to some forthcoming events. I will be signing, reading and taking part in two panels at Autumn: Horror In The East on the 3rd November. The event takes place at the Aspire centre in Lowestoft. Also guesting are David Moody, Adam Baker, Conrad Williams, Joseph Freeman, Joseph D'Lacey, Sean Page, Iain McKinnon, Simon Coleby, Andrew Hook, Paul S. Huggins, Ivan Bunn and Henry Baker. There will be signings all day, with panels, readings and Q&As taking place throughout the event. If you're a fan of horror fiction, this is the event for you, and if that's not enough to whet your appetite. . . It's completely FREE!
Then, on the 17th November, I will be signing and getting into all sorts of mayhem at the 6th Annual Festival Of Zombie Culture (Day Of The Undead) at Phoenix Square, Leicester. Also in attendance will be Sean Page, Charlie Higson, Dominic Brunt, the master of ceremonies Zombie Ed, and lots, lots more. There will be zombie movies showing all day long, with dealers selling their wares in the foyer. Make-up artists will be on hand once again to transform you into an undead flesh-hunter, and there will be zombie treats and cakes available thanks to Delicious Inspiration.
Hope to see you there.
Writer of bestselling "The Dead" Series. Author of paranormal novels, The Susceptibles and Deathdealers, and bizarro novellas Larry, Hamsterdamned!, Vinyl Destination, and The Human Santapede.