We’re back today with an interview with one of the authors in Horror Addicts Guide to Life 2! I had the pleasure to interview R.L. Merrill, so let’s get to it and see what she has to say about horror, writing, and her work! What’s your favorite part of the horror genre (or favorite subgenre)? … More HAGL2: An Interview with Horror Addict R.L. Merrill!
Today I’m excited to share an excerpt from my piece in Horror Addicts Guide to Life 2! This book is full of so many fun activities, insightful articles, and explorations of the genre. I’m thrilled to be included! Beyond my writing experience, it’s somewhat known that I spent many years working on haunted events. I … More #HorrorAddictsGuide Excerpt: Sewing the Strange
It’s been a hot minute, but I wanted to share something special with you, since it’s the season and all that! Not everything this month has to be completely creepy, after all… Meant to Be…Spooked Falling in love is scary, especially in these four witty, otherworldly tales from Meant to Be Press An … More Promo post: Meant to be Spooked!
Don’t you love it when you take off for a couple weeks and it turns into…uh, more than a couple weeks? Yeaaaah. Anyway, we’ll get into that later. For today, let’s look at an amazeballs new book out that’s sure to grab the interest of horror fiends and music fans alike! Music has the … More Guest Post: Crescendo of Darkness
I had a conversation recently with some writing friends about different types of story calls and submissions, and we ended up chatting about anthologies. I’ve been in a few, I love the challenge of writing for them, but I’ve also learned a few things along the way. So pull up a chair, because it’s time … More Anthology Anxiety: Practical Advice
It’s blog tour time! Today I have an interview with not only a fantastic editor and author, but one of my favorite people and podcasting co-host. But first, ze book. Amazon B&N Genres/Subgenres: Horror, Short Story, Paranormal, Occult, Folklore/Southern Regional Deep within the South, read about the magickal folk who … More Southern Haunts 3: An interview with Alexander S. Brown
This goes hand in hand with yesterday’s post, which is why I’m yammering about it here. So you want to get started writing stories, but you just have no idea what to write? You’re overwhelmed looking at magazine listings but don’t have a novel in you yet? May I make a suggestion? Anthologies. About half of … More Getting Started: Anthologies
So along with people foolishly inviting my writer-type opinions on their sites, I’ve been invited to guest review for the awesome blog I Smell Sheep. And more than once, too! Seriously, this is something that’s been a ton of fun so far. While it’s still my policy to not officially review small press or indie … More Comic Review Roundup
Today brings focus to Rie Sheridan Rose, who always has keen insights on the horror genre and what makes a horror story work! Welcome to Fall Into Horror with Mocha Memoirs Press! Mocha Memoirs Press is celebrating the new Fall season by showcasing their love of horror and the authors who write it. Please welcome … More #FallInto Horror – Rie Sheridan Rose
I do a lot of writing in anthologies, and this is probably one of my favorite pieces that has shown up in them. It also apparently made John Hartness lose his ever-loving mind and not hunt me down for breaking all his rules, so there’s that, too. This is one of those stories that incorporated … More Excerpt: Real Wild Childe (or street vamps falling in love)