Holly and I are finishing the manuscript for the next book in the Ghosts & Demons Series. It’s called The End of the World As I Know it and should be released in April. This is a draft cover with a quote from Alex Kimmell, author of The Key to Everything. He was talking about the first book in the series, The Haunting Lessons. I’m hoping he’ll like this one, too. Well. I hope everyone likes it. (Please leave…"The End of the World As I Know It: Armageddon just got even more Buffy"
These books are the foundations of two series. Whether you’re into funny, action-packed crime novels or fun, dark fantasy that’s a bit Buffy, click a cover to grab you free copy. If you like it or love it, please do leave a review! Cheers! ~ Chazz"Hardboiled and Dark Fantasy: Two free books right now!"
Chazz versus The Man This week on the All That Chazz podcast, we take a little trip to court and, predictably, complications ensue and things go awry. This podcast is sponsored by KitFosterDesign.com. For excellent graphic design, check out Kit’s portfolio of striking art. Book covers, ads, and whatever else you need, Kit’s the man. For all the books by Robert Chazz Chute, access the affiliate links at AllThatChazz.com. Want a free ebook? Click the…"Podcast: Based on a True Story"
Listening to Somewhere Down the Crazy River by Robbie Robertson and thinking about sultry nights under heavy moons when you can’t sleep so you walk the streets of the city. You’re not looking for trouble, but you’re open to trouble finding you. The night is to explore and life is waiting to be discovered. Sometimes you are too much energy mixed with alcohol, no ice, and the night ends with harsh words with boys who want to…"Somewhere Down The Crazy River"
Death Lessons has a lot of jokes in it. Really. It’s a funny dark fantasy about the coming demon Armageddon. Think Buffy, but with more swordplay. Like the first book in the Ghosts & Demons Series, The Haunting Lessons, it’s full of action and misty wistfuls roaming New York City. Then there are moments like this, where Tamara Smythe comments on her part-time gig working at a funeral home and picking up bodies from crime scenes:…"Working on Death Lessons"
Sometimes when I review a book, I do a video review. Yes, you can do that on Amazon. For instance, yesterday I gave a review to Audiobooks for Indies by Simon Whistler. If you have the time, video reviews are great. However, if you don’t have the time, a review doesn’t have to be an elaborate, divinely crafted time suck. Just a sentence or two saying you want to join the cult and have the…"Book reviews: In case you didn’t know…"
Finally! In the last of the old format, it’s time to finish the author reading of Higher Than Jesus by Robert Chazz Chute. Next week: New format. More episodes. Short, punchy and funny, just like me. This podcast is sponsored by Kit Foster of KitFosterDesign.com. For all your graphics needs, go see Kit! For more links to great books from Ex Parte Press, check out the sidebar at AllThatChazz.com and sign up for Advanced Reading…"Podcast: The Jesus Saves and Delivers Edition"
Tamara is a young woman from Iowa. When tragedy strikes, she discovers she has always been deceived about the world. The supernatural stalks her. Prepare yourself for swordplay, jokes, secret societies and invasions from other dimensions. Please click the image to start your next adventure."New cover for The Haunting Lessons"
1. I’m too busy for Christmas, getting a new urban fantasy novel ready. (Sneak peek for free on Wattpad) However, they left it to me to decorate the tree this year. Nailed it! 2. Also, you should know I have a flash sale going on now at Amazon. It occurred to me some people don’t know I wrote something besides This Plague of Days, so just about everything in my digital backlist, fiction and non-fiction,…"BIG NEWS! Two things…"
The third book in the Hit Man Series, Hollywood Jesus is almost here. The editorial pipeline is full and humming with hardboiled activity. Hearing happy things from beta readers. (Much thanks to the Steel Falcon Beta Read Team!) Aiming for launch October 1 for Hollywood Jesus, Rise of the Divine Assassin. It’s fun, funny, violent, poignant and violently funny. (I’d planned on calling it Deader Than Jesus. Then I decided to hurry up with the rebrand of…"The next book in the Hit Man Series is…"