It's Halloween, time for so many good things. Horror movies. Scary stories. Cool random gothy items in the Dollar store. But it just wouldn't be Halloween without the candy. Which got me thinking about which sorts of candy the guys in PsyCop are into... Victor Bayne Vic likes chocolate, but is also leery of ending … Continue reading Candy is Dandy – Halloween Scare Trail
This past summer, I randomly purchased a seasoned salt, not knowing it would totally rock my world. All summer long, Lawry's Fire Roasted Chile & Garlic made plain chicken breast actually palatable. And since it was my new favorite seasoning, as it got lower, I kept my eye out to buy some more. I couldn't … Continue reading Spice Victory
In a world where life is disposable, two men fight to escape oppression and find the truth…together. Zero Hour second edition release today in ebook and paperback! The story is the same as the first edition (if you were following me way back when in 2011) but the text got a new edit and … Continue reading Zero Hour – The Time Has Come
My September newsletter is here! Find a story about my favorite dishes, plus preorder info for GRL and some other important links. Check it out
Beat the heat with some sage Victor Bayne advice in the latest issue of JCP News.
Once upon a time if you told doctors you heard voices, they’d diagnose you as schizophrenic, put you on heavy drugs, and lock you away in a cozy state institution to keep you from hurting yourself or others. Nowadays they test you first to see if you’re psychic. That’s the start of the PsyCop series. … Continue reading Talents and Levels ~ Worldbuilding in PsyCop
Ugh, doesn't it seem like every time you turn around, your freaking website is out of date? (What? Doesn't this happen to you, too?) JordanCastilloPrice.com is now current. Be sure to check out the adorable pic of narrator Seth Clayton on the front page. I also tweaked the reading order on PsyCop.com.
Several readers have mentioned the Agent Bayne paperback is out of stock at Amazon. It’s not uncommon for print-on-demand paperbacks to have a status like “1-2 week delivery” to account for the printing time. I suspect it says “out of stock” instead because I listed the paperback as a preorder, so it triggered some other … Continue reading Agent Bayne Paperback Delays