Ok, not that anyone noticed, but I haven't been as active on here this week, and for that I apologize to, well, no one as there are not a lot of people poking around here. I mean, sure, some of you go and peek in the garbage but there isn't much to find there, I… Continue reading So Where the Heck Have You Been?
Today is a bit of a special day so I figured I would give you a taste of The Meep Sheep so you can see why I am so excited about it. This is from the story Ashley Pickles and the Bumble Kitties. He frowned and sighed again, kicking an acorn into the… Continue reading THE MEEP SHEEP sample…
If there is a subject that should be rife with stories and ideal for a documentary, it should be Night of the Living Dead. This is single-handedly the most influential and important horror film made. Argue if you want to, that’s fine, but genre and sub-genre alike were born of this seed, as were the… Continue reading Autopsy of the Dead – review
So closes the Motorcity Nightmares convention of 2010, and with it came some very harsh realities, the harshest being that if I am going to do conventions, I need to choose them better. See, I have been doing cons for years because, as an indie artist and writer you have to get your work in… Continue reading Motorcity Nightmares Day 3 (wrap-up and thoughts)
I think the last thing you want to hear as any manner of artist is that your stuff is akin to that of, say, an eight year old. Lucky for me, that was what I heard today, and when I told the woman that no, the art was NOT done by an eight year… Continue reading Motorcity Nightmares Day 2
So day one of MCN was pretty uneventful. No sales, though I got a lot of compliments on my art, which is really great to hear. It’s always fun at these sorts of shows because the celebs cut loose a little and have some fun, which is great. They are always approachable and fun,… Continue reading Motorcity Nightmares Day One
Oh dear, oh dear. The worst thing you can say about any movie that breaks away from the pack and tries to do something a little different is that if it’s at all successful it is immediately on the block to be mocked, or ripped, or both. Such is the case with Paranormal Activity, a… Continue reading Paranormal Entity – review
Well, now that The Meep Sheep is out you’d think the heavy lifting is done, right? Ha, I wish that was the case. Getting the book out is the big deal, that’s the pat yourself on the back work, but the thankless work comes now, and that’s with supporting the book. Now is where… Continue reading So Now What?
Press Release – The Meep Sheep by Chris Ringler Dark clouds have formed in the Kingdom of Man, clouds of dissent, doubt, and worse yet, fear. After a century of peace and sunshine darkness has come to this land, and with it the rumors of unrest, and unless a young queen can stop this brewing… Continue reading The Meep Sheep – press release
I am very proud to announce the release of my newest book - THE MEEP SHEEP, which is a novel told in short story form about the magic and wonder found in the Kingdom of Man. This has been a total labor of love that started over six years ago and which has lead to… Continue reading THE MEEP SHEEP available for order NOW!