The Horror Writers Association is celebrating Women in Horror Month, and I'm honored to be interviewed this year.
Awards Eligibility 2022
It has been a fabulous year of writing. Below is a list of awards that are currently or about to open for recommendations and my eligible work. I would be honored if you considered my work.
Grateful for IN SOMINO reviews
Reviews are coming in for IN SOMIO, and my story, "The Reaching Sea."
IN SOMNIO: A Collection of Modern Gothic Horror – Kickstarter and Pledge Rewards
The Kickstarter for IN SOMINIO: A Collection of Modern Gothic Horror is love and will include my weird story, "The Reaching Sea."
Julie: Delicious Body Horror
My stories usually live within the weird and monstrous worlds of horror. "Julie" is different.
Winter Horror, “After Krampusnacht” and Beyond
Gothic Blue Book, Volume VI: A Krampus Carol is here from Burial Day Books! It is a celebration of folklore and myth around Christmas, Yule, the cold winter months and Santa Claus’ opposite, Krampus.
NaNoWriMo 2016 – My Third Year at Hogwarts
Have you met your word count for today, NaNoWriMos? NaNoWriMo has been rocking along for six days now, and writers are flying on the heady rush of stories pouring out of them while simultaneously worrying when and where they'll find the time to reach their nearly 1700 wpd (words per day) goal. Wacky sleep patterns are … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2016 – My Third Year at Hogwarts
DreadFest 2017 – Call for Writers
I'm very excited to be involved with an upcoming event that celebrates horror and dark fiction in all its delicious forms. W.T. Bland Public Library in Mount Dora, Florida is looking for authors to participate in its first annual “DreadFest,” an event to celebrate the darker side of fiction. The event will focus on horror … Continue reading DreadFest 2017 – Call for Writers
Stephen King, Coincidences, and Dementia
I started reading Stephen King stories in elementary school, starting with the newly published paperback edition of “The Shining” after my mother was through reading it. I’d heard it was scary, and I liked scary. I saw the movie in the theater when I was ten. I was enrapt. And since that time, as Stephen King books came out, … Continue reading Stephen King, Coincidences, and Dementia
A Monstrous Love – 4 Days Until Halloween
In the movie Crimson Peak, Lucille Sharpe (the dark sister who holds the keys to the family manse) tells the gothic heroine, "It is a monstrous love. And it makes monsters of us all." Her version of love is menacing and possibly mad, as the best monsters are. My favorite monsters pursue their victims with a … Continue reading A Monstrous Love – 4 Days Until Halloween