Down the Dark Path Books, Paintings, and delicious darkness from J Edward Neill

In a drowned village, on a dark shore…

March 22, 2016 | Books!, Horror, Old Man of Tessera | Permalink

In a drowned village, on a dark shore, in a city of white stones, an ancient evil stalks. It has no name, no face, and no desire but to see the death of everything… …and everyone. One dead. Every night. Forever. Until nothing remains. THE HECATOMB  Now available! The Hecatomb includes four short stories, including […]

5 Questions for Singles!

March 12, 2016 | Books!, Coffee Table Philosophy, Non Fiction | Permalink

The latest volume of the Coffee Table Philosophy series is here. Written by Jaylene Jacobus and J Edward Neill, the questions this time are focused on dating, relationships, and what it’s like to be single in the modern world. * * * Singled Out  You’re the lone single person at a gathering full of couples. They’ve placed […]

10 Thoughts for When the Sun Goes Down

March 11, 2016 | Books!, Coffee Table Philosophy, Life | Permalink

The following ten questions are direct from my philosophy/ice-breaker book, 101 Questions for Midnight. I think you’ll enjoy them. * * * Absolute Freedom  Imagine a society in which there are no laws. You can do anything without fear of legal retribution. Consider, of course, so can everyone else. What things would you do that are currently illegal?   […]

Painting with Darkness, Part VIII

March 9, 2016 | Art!, Darkness! | Permalink

In recent weeks, I’ve been working with my paintbrush more than I’ve been writing. Turns out slashing with paint gets the darkness out of my system much faster than hammering on a keyboard. And so I thought I’d share: * * * Fire Lens is 3 lbs of canvas. It’s huge! The photo here is somewhat muted, […]