“J.H. Moncrieff is a bold new voice in horror and supernatural suspense.”

Chuck Wendig, New York Times Bestselling Author of Blackbirds

IWSG: Finding an ending

Welcome to the last IWSG post of the year. Happy to be co-hosting with Tonja Drecker, Patsy Collins, and Chrys Fey! Before I get to the insecurity portion of this post, I have a bit of writing news. First, this happened... There are two things about this award I find...

Visiting Bulgaria’s creepy abandoned homes

Welcome to author Rayne Hall, who joins us with a guest post about Bulgaria's haunted homes. * As a writer of creepy ghost and horror stories, I like to visit spooky places for inspiration. Here in Bulgaria, I find a wealth of abandoned, derelict houses where I can...

Cannibalism: the last taboo

In a society desensitized to almost everything, cannibalism may be the last great taboo. And yet, people have been eating people since the beginning of human history. The Neanderthals were believed to have practiced cannibalism, and it's been well documented around...


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Meet J.H.

Raised in the far north, amid Jack London’s world of dog sleds and endless winters, J.H. Moncrieff has been obsessed with psychological suspense, mysteries, and true crime for as long as she can remember. She’s endlessly fascinated by what makes people tick and has visited many of the world’s most haunted places.