Wednesday, January 28, 2015


I just learned that I will be working the registration table at In-Con-Ceivable August 28 - 30. By that point, both the Horror Crossover Encyclopedia and Television Crossover Universe: Worlds and Mythology Volume I will be out in print. If you bring my books to the convention, I will gladly sign them for you, for free of course. I will not be sellng books at the convention as I will be working there as volunteer staff.

Friday, January 23, 2015

Another Request for Feedback


I really mean it.


So I know that some of you have bought the book by now. I’d love to get some feedback.



At least three dozen people have bought the book and it's been out for over a month.  I know it's a long book, but some of you must have read it by now.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

The Horror Crossover Encyclopedia is here!!! (Updated)

The Horror Crossover Encyclopedia is here!!!

The book I’ve been talking about is finally here. That’s right. It’s the Horror Crossover Encyclopedia, the first in a series of books spun off from the Television Crossover Universe. Written by me, Robert E. Wronski, Jr., it also includes a bonus story and preface by James Bojaciuk, and a foreword by “Crazy” Ivan Ronald Schablotski! It also features and amazing cover by Axel Medellin.The e-book is currently available at AmazonGoodreads, and Smashwords. A print copy will become available in February. Though not in stores, 18thWall Productions has informed me that if you request it at your local bookstore, they should be able to order a copy for you.

Friday, January 9, 2015

The Best Laid Plans...


And now you can tell we are the newest post, because the post is about the anniversary postings...

Next up, I will finish sharing my favorite posts of the past four years.


For our fourth anniversary, which is tomorrow, I had this grand plan that every day from January 1 - 10, I would reshare four blog posts per day.  One would be from our most popular, counting down from 10th to 1st, one would be from our 10 oldest posts, one would be from our 10 newest, and 10 would be my favorites of the past four years.  Each of the posts would have an added anniversary introduction.

This plan went well for three days...

And then technology failed.  I lost my home wifi, and was unable to get to a hotspot until today, the day before the anniversary.

In a way, this is a fitting tribute to our anniversary.  Throughout the past four years, posts are constantly delayed due to technology fails and other life events that get in the way.  It's only appropriate that this should occur.  The TVCU has never been a well planned venture.  But we of the TVCU Crew continue to work at it, and somehow, things eventually happen and turn out great.

So, in the finest tradition of posting here, I must alter my original plan of last week.  Today, in the four hours I have here at Forbes Library, I will cover what would have been posted on January 4 - 9, and then tomorrow (or Monday), I will post the final four.

Thanks for continuing to come back, and bearing with our imperfections.

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Reviews are in!!!


Again, another shameless plug of the book.  At least the book is related to the Television Crossover Universe, but I know you'd all rather see a new crossover chronology posted.


Here are a couple of reviews from Amazon.  See the original source here.
I really do think this is a good book., December 25, 2014
Just to be up front, I was an unpaid contributor to this book, so while I have a personal interest init, I don’t see a dime if it sells or doesn’t.
That said, I really do think this is a good book. Like myself, Robert’s interest in crossovers extends well beyond the limits of horror fiction, but for the most part he reigned it in to make this volume a genre-specific reference guide. Robert’s format lines up his sources according to the dates they were published / released, and this feels right to me. It’s not for everyone of course; many don’t give a fig about horror, or don’t want to suspend disbelief long enough to imagine that multiple, seemingly unrelated works of fiction share a reality. Others may appreciate the content, but prefer a format that places the stories in chronological order of when they take place, or alphabetical by title and/or author. I find that the way Robert set it up makes it a more palatable read. He also includes personal commentary on many of the sources he references, but does not discriminate against those sources he doesn’t like; if a crossover meets his criteria, it gets mentioned, and as someone with tastes that vary wildly, I really appreciate the inclusiveness.
All Crossover fans should get this NOW!, December 13, 2014
James A. Peyton “Kevlar_Heart” (White Plains, NY USA) -
Thorough — very well researched. Mr. Wronski has tackled a weird subject in a humorous way. Must have for any crossover enthusiast.