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…"
If you ever wondered about some behind-the-scenes stuff about writing a massive apocalyptic saga, check out my fun interview on Armand Rosamilia’s Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Horror Podcast. We have a good talk. The interview begins at about 9 minutes. (It’s Episode 2 of the podcast as listed on iTunes.) Here’s the podcast links page to the interview on iTunes and Stitcher. Oh, and in case you missed it, here’s the new cover for This…"Let’s talk about writing and reading books"
I think a lot about you and I taking up residence in Nowhere’s Middle. I think how comfortable you are. I want to make you uncomfortable but you’ll forgive me. Probably. Discomfort is the trip explorers pay for. I want to drag you into the darkness and shine a light on the secrets you keep from yourself. My stories are about your secrets. I probe your doubts with my tongue. I prick your fears with…"Horror’s Exploration: A gentle invitation to my Plague of Days"
Jesus Diaz hits it in Chicago! In today’s podcast, a short rant about how the hive mind is out to control our thoughts (and how to escape your slavery to the mortal bonds of flesh). Also, the long-awaited erotic adventure kicks in right after a couple of fights to the death as I read the next chapter of my crime novel Higher Than Jesus. The chapter is Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. It’s rad and you’ll love…"The One That Gets Sexy"
NSFW podcast of peril: Deathmatch with a nurse, combat in the ER, condemning Bush and Cheney, swearing in church, and Higher Than Jesus! I’m full of shenanigans in this, the 75th episode of the All That Chazz podcast. Frowned upon by the Amish. However, this program is approved by 96.2% of cool people, people who actually enjoy being entertained and 12.6% of cats. (Sorry, grumpy cats. We’ll work harder.) FYI: SCROLL DOWN FOR DETAILS ABOUT MY…"I believe (but I’m not a belieber)"
Jesus is under the gun again and praying isn’t working. Maybe more deception will help. It usually staves off disaster, at least temporarily. However, Marv seems awfully intent on killing him. For more on books of suspense by Robert Chazz Chute, go to AllThatChazz.com. Today’s sponsor is the amazing graphic designer, Kit Foster of KitFosterDesign.com."The Gambler"
The podcast name has changed from Self-help for Stoners to All That Chazz. All will be explained. Meanwhile, assassins wait for Jesus in Tools of the Trade. Jesus has to get into a locked apartment and the tension stretches out to comedy because, as usual, things go awry for our favorite Cuban hit man. Big secret: In the next episode of the podcast, something great and unprecedented is coming. Since I’m all about suspense, be…"Tools of the Trade: Things go awry"
Somebody’s going to die. Brace yourself. Jesus hasn’t drowned, but he’ll soon wish he had. He does get rescued, but there are more surprises in store in this episode of Bigger Than Jesus by Robert Chazz Chute. Want to be a producer for the show? Your donations get mentions for your business and help support the production of the podcast. Do your Amazon shopping through AllThatChazz.com and that helps cover the bandwidth. If you’ve got no money…"Author reading: The Bugman of Surfside Beach"
Did Han shoot first? This week Jesus comes under fire from Jimmy Lima, underboss of New York’s Spanish mob, The Machine. A game of bad versus evil turns from cherry pie to gunfire in two (count ’em, two!) chapters of Bigger Than Jesus by Robert Chazz Chute. Listen for my stereotypically Canadian pronunciation of “about”. Grab it on Amazon, and if you shop on Amazon for anything, please do so through AllThatChazz.com and they throw me a…"A Double Shot of Suspense"
We don’t know if we were created by a god or a cosmic programmer. It’s possible we’re all merely a fluke of the universe or a subtle joke. But we know we were forged in starlight. That sounds important. Are you taking up the responsibility of your high office? Are you acting how something made of starlight should act? Now is your time. Use that energy well. Don’t waste it. When you are kind, you…"Thought for the Day: Creation"