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Jason Bovberg is the author of the Blood trilogy—Blood Red, Draw Blood, and Blood Dawn—as well as The Naked Dame, a throwback pulp noir novel. He is editor/publisher of Dark Highway Press, which published the controversial, erotic fairy tale Santa Steps Out and the weird western anthology Skull Full of Spurs. He lives in Fort Collins, Colorado, with his wife Barb and his daughters Harper and Sophie.

I absolutely love the Blood saga—it’s gripping, raw, and inventive. Thumbs up!” —Jonathan Maberry, author of Rot & Ruin and Code Zero

Jason Bovberg—a master of tension—offers up a zombie epic for the new century.” —Alden Bell, author of The Reapers Are the Angels

Jason Bovberg proves he’s got the goods with a whole new kind of horror novel.” —Tom Piccirilli, author of The Last Whisper in the Dark

Guaranteed to creep you out!” —Robert Devereaux, author of Deadweight and Santa Steps Out

Blood Red is a tour de f***ed-up!” —Peter Stenson, author of Fiend

Latest Articles

Grant Jerkins Is Poised for Bestsellerdom

Grant Jerkins Is Poised for Bestsellerdom

It was a few years ago that I became aware of Grant Jerkins. First came the murmurs about a new trade paperback crime novel called A Very Simple Crime—a title that grabbed me firmly by the throat. Early reviews were promising; I was definitely feeling a good buzz...

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The Evolution of BLOOD RED Cover Art

The Evolution of BLOOD RED Cover Art

Recently, Permuted Press unveiled the final cover art for my novel Blood Red, and I'm extremely happy with it. It's very close to the initial concept that I provided to the artist early in the process. Yep, I'm lucky to have a publisher that lets its authors have some...

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BLOOD RED Now Available in eBook Form

BLOOD RED Now Available in eBook Form

Over the past few days, my apocalyptic horror novel Blood Red has been filtering out into the world, through the usual channels, as an ebook. (The paperback version has yet to debut, and will probably appear closer to the book's official release date, April 29.). The...

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An Interview with Jason Bovberg

An Interview with Jason Bovberg

My editor at Permuted Press, Felicia A. Sullivan, conducted my second interview about Blood Red not long ago, and today posted it on her Facebook site. I'm posting the interview here with links to her site. Anyone who needs a comprehensive, thoughtful, constructive,...

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First BLOOD RED review

First BLOOD RED review

Let it be heard 'round the world that the first official Blood Red review has been unleashed onto the Interwebs, and it is from Josh Black at Hellnotes. It is a very favorable review, and I'm quite proud of it. Here's an excerpt and a link to the full review. Much has...

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BLOOD RED Buzz

BLOOD RED Buzz

Here's what some great people are saying about Blood Red. “An epic addition to the genre, Blood Red brings apocalyptic literature home to the suburbs. Ranging from the gritty to the surreal, the story delivers a nonstop, real-time experience of the End Times—replete...

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The Book Trailer for BLOOD RED

The Book Trailer for BLOOD RED

With thanks to Kirk Whitham at Still Flicks, here is the book trailer for Blood Red. Kirk created this over the period of a month and was very open to collaboration. He found innovative ways to avoid unnecessary costs, and he had some excellent ideas about enhancing...

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How to Create a Great Book Trailer

How to Create a Great Book Trailer

A few months ago, while awaiting the publication of Blood Red, I decided to create a book trailer to coincide with the launch. Trailers seemed to be a suddenly hot marketing tool, even though their overall effect on sales remains impossible to determine. But I...

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The Incredible Shrinking Home Office

The Incredible Shrinking Home Office

The home office is going through a startling evolution. Home office PC sales are at their lowest numbers in their history, thanks to the rise of tablet computers and smartphones, which offer unprecedented convenience, mobility, and power. You could even say the...

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The Future of Music Is Subscriptions

The Future of Music Is Subscriptions

As I discussed in my previous columns, "The Turntable as Metaphor for Digital Revolution Reluctance" and "What Happened to the Music?" I'm enduring a years-long lament about the evolution—some might say revolution—happening to the experience of listening to music....

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Hellnotes Review Of 'Blood Red'

“I believe that Bovberg will have a strong following for Book 2 and I recommend Book 1 for fans of the zombie genre, apocalyptic fiction, and post-apocalyptic dystopias.”

The Books Of Blood Review Of 'Blood Red'

“What makes a book like this is the monsters, and Bovberg has nailed it. He’s given us something new and disturbing, and the images will stick in your head after you’ve finished reading.”

Tomes of Darkness Review of 'Blood Red'

Blood Red is possibly one of the most unique zombie novels I have ever read.”

Frank Errington's Review Of 'Draw Blood'

“…the real story lies in the sociological and psychological experiment that is the way the survivors interact and deal with their situation.”

An Interview At Permuted Press

“I returned to the genre I’ve always loved, post-apocalyptic horror, with the intent to create a no-holds-barred, real-time, gonzo splatterfest—all from the perspective of a young girl.”

An Interview At Buy Zombie

“My goal was to take the zombie concept, flip it over, and shake it brutally.”

An Interview By C.T. Phipps

“What I’ve enjoyed most is seeing how people respond to the ending. The ending of Blood Red is very special to me.”

An Interview By Eloise J. Knapp

“I know you’re an author, too, you bastard, so tell me: What part did I serve in the narrative?”

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