Author Archive for Derek Muk

08
Aug
17

Vampire Nation Published by Crimson Frost Books

Available now from Crimson Frost Books is my new Albert Taylor book, Vampire Nation, which was inspired by 1980s pop culture, music, and old Jamie Lee Curtis horror movies. Call it a paranormal horror story that reeks of retro 80s culture, complete with big hair, silly clothes, and killer songs that will have you dancing, jumping, and singing and rocking along with your air guitar (okay, maybe not that far) but you certainly get the picture. A yearning for a time and era long, long, ago. People keep harping that the 80s were the best decade ever. But was it really? What do you think?

Many thanks to Patricia and her great staff at Crimson Frost Books. Here’s more information about the book as well as the cover reveal. Now if I could just find my Rubik’s Cube. Where did I put it?? Darn it!

http://www.crimsonfrostpublishing.com/product/vampire-nation/

Click Here to Buy Vampire Nation on Amazon

31
Jul
17

Zombie Island Reviewed by Unnerving Magazine

Here’s a great review of my book, Zombie Island, by Unnerving Magazine:

http://www.unnervingmagazine.com/single-post/2017/07/30/Review-of-Zombie-Island-by-Derek-Muk

Pick up your own copy of Zombie Island for the Kindle on Amazon!

– Derek

22
Jun
17

Saturday at Midnight Published in Disturbed Digest

Just got the June 2017 issue of Disturbed Digest (The 5th Anniversary Double Issue), which features my science fiction story “Saturday at Midnight”, in the mail today. If you like aliens you’ll like this one.

Great looking cover art!

Thanks to editor, Tyree Campbell.

Pick up your copy today at:
Disturbed #17 | Alban Lake Store

03
Mar
17

“Lord of the Serpent” on CheapJack Pulp

Check out my new story, Lord of the Serpent, on Cheapjack Pulp:

http://www.cheapjackpulp.com/sci-fifantasydark-fantasy.html

-Derek

24
Feb
17

Zombie Island Released Through The Society of Misfit Stories!

61tglb1sl7lReleased today is my story “Zombie Island” through The Society of Misfit Stories. This one was inspired by past vacations in Hawaii, especially my very first visit to the islands way back in 1999. That was a fun and special trip and I tried to capture that sense of newness and novelty I experienced as a first-time traveler in this story. That feeling of playing a tourist.

Visit Bard and Sages Publishing’s Society of Misfit Stories

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