Archive for October, 2010

17
Oct
10

Pictures from APE 2010 in San Francisco

Here are pictures of me at my table at the APE 2010 (Alternative Press Expo) in San Francisco, Oct. 16 and 17. There are also pictures of other vendors. It’s been fun meeting other writers, artists, and patrons.

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03
Oct
10

“Macabre Cadaver” Interviews Derek

I was recently interviewed by Tina Hall of Macabre Cadaver. I appreciate Tina taking the time to allow me to share more about both myself and The Occult Files on their site.

Read the full interview here!

-Derek

02
Oct
10

“House of Horror” Reviews Occult Files

“I thought the stories that I read were interesting and the plots very well thought out and I am sure anyone who enjoys paranormal investigative collections, would love to get their hands on this book. There are eleven stories in this collection, though I am sure that after reading all about Albert Taylor, you will want to learn more about him.”

Read the rest of the review at House of Horror

01
Oct
10

The “Phantom Paragrapher” Interview

Paula Phillips, the Phantom Paragrapher interviewed me via email.

Here’s the full interview, enjoy!

-Derek

1) Tell us about your book The Occult Files of Albert Taylor?

My book “The Occult Files of Albert Taylor” is about a paranormal investigator, Albert Taylor. He’s a professor at UC Berkeley and investigates cases of the supernatural on the side. In addition to his work, he also publishes a magazine called “The Occult Files Magazine.” The book is a collection of 11 short stories, each of them a ‘Case File’ from his investigations, ranging from topics like Bigfoot, vampires, ghosts, ghouls, UFOs and space aliens, cults, psychic mediums, Jack the Ripper, the Boogeyman, poltergeists, haunted houses, and more.

Continue reading ‘The “Phantom Paragrapher” Interview’

01
Oct
10

UPDATE: “Tales of the Talisman” Reviews Occult Files

Review by: Shawn Oetzel

The Occult Files of Albert Taylor by Derek Muk is an entertaining collection of eleven short stories featuring Professor Albert Taylor and his investigations into the paranormal. Though there are some minor flaws, namely with the reader having to make some leaps of imagination, the stories are entertaining. Fans of speculative fiction will not be disappointed.”

You can now Download the full review as seen in Tales of the Talisman.




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