I haven’t forgotten that I’m due for some posts, but this has been a very taxing week all around. If you poke around or look at the sidebar, you’ll probably notice some changes. I got word this week that No Boundaries Press is closing, so those releases will be unavailable for a while. Right now … More Changes
I haven’t talked about In the Red for a while, so it’s always fun when I’m invited to delve into the story that I love so much. This time, my friend and amazing blogger Amy invited me to do a character post about summer plans. Of course, being the media whore that he is, JK … More JK Asmodeus is at it again!
Since I’ve gone on (and on and on) here about my take on vampires, I wanted to share a guest post I did last week about just that. I talk about the works that I most enjoy, the vampire types I find most effective, and share an excerpt of my historical horror story Mooner at … More Talking about Vampires!
I’ve been cutting back on the promotional trail lately, but I did have an interview out the other day, so I’m not completely neglectful! I’m very flattered to be interviewed by Crimson Flower Reviews. They asked some great questions and really made me think. So if you’re curious about where I get my ideas, who … More Interviewed at Crimson Flower Reviews!
This week’s author interview is with fellow NBP author Jennifer Brown! *** SJ: Every writer has some sort of process. Give us a glimpse into yours. Do you meticulously outline? Do you write depending on what calls are out there? JB: School made me detest outlines. When I get an idea I just start writing, … More Author Interview: Jennifer Brown
One last guest post we have to get in, but I wanted to include a piece by my friend and fellow NBP author Zillah Anderson! *** Horror in the Everyday So often we think of horror involving the foreign or the supernatural. Vampires, zombies, werewolves, ghosts, demons, giant animals, monsters…even the killers we encounter a … More Women and Horror: Horror in the Everyday by Zillah Anderson
So speaking of horror, today is the blitz day for my own horror title, the historical vampire story Mooner! This e-book means a lot to me. Not only was it my first release, but writing it really got my imagination going in different directions, combining my love of the more every day aspects of American … More Book Blitz: Mooner
I wanted to make sure that my co-conspirator got a chance to get in on the horror discussion! This post is by S.H. Roddey, a very talented author that you don’t want to meet in a dark alley <g> The Subtle Approach So I’ve been promising Selah a blog post for over a month. I’m … More Women and Horror: The Subtle Approach by S.H. Roddey
Today Ellie Potts is back to share some tidbits from some of the stories in her book Flight of Delusions! This is a nice little inclusion as we wrap up Women in Horror month, since a lot of these stories fall into one dark category or another. If these bits are any indication, this is … More Excerpts from Flights of Delusion by Ellie Potts
Today I’ve got fellow No Boundaries Press author Ellie Potts in the hot seat! She writes a few different things and has a lot of interesting things to say about her process, so read what she has to say! *** SJ: Every writer has some sort of process. Give us a glimpse into yours. Do … More Author Interview: Ellie Potts