IWSG: More BIG writing news!

IWSG: More BIG writing news!

My apologies for being so quiet on the blog lately, and for my tardiness returning comments. With shooting the TV show, working on two novels, and trying my best to catch up on things that had been neglected during the school year, it’s been an extremely busy...
IWSG: BIG writing news

IWSG: BIG writing news

I’m finally able to spill the big secret I’ve been keeping. If you’ve read this blog a while, you know I’m positively obsessed with true crime, especially unsolved mysteries. So I couldn’t believe my luck when a production company emailed...
Are zombies real?

Are zombies real?

I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty sick of zombies in general–at least, the undead, stumbling, murderous variety. The real thing is much scarier. In the early 1980’s, a Canadian ethnobotanist by the name of Wade Davis traveled to Haiti to...
Mysteries of the Titanic

Mysteries of the Titanic

The sad fate of the RMS Titanic continues to haunt us. On April 14, 1912, over 1500 people lost their lives due to a tragic combination of human errors. Oddly enough, the disaster could have been avoided if Captain Edward Smith had only read Futility, a work of...
Our greatest fear

Our greatest fear

Please welcome my friend, horror author JG Faherty. I first met JG online when we had novellas in the same anthology, and he quickly became a true friend. He’s one of the most generous, supportive, and kind-hearted people you could ever hope to...
IWSG: A girl called weird

IWSG: A girl called weird

Since I have no particular insecurities plaguing me at the moment, along with exciting news that I desperately want (but am not yet allowed) to share–watch this space, I’ve decided to answer the IWSG’s monthly question: What was an early experience...
The cure that kills

The cure that kills

Welcome to my new Voracious Reader followers. Thanks for your interest in my writing. I hope you stick around! To those still waiting for a blog visit or comment reply from me, I’m getting there. I was unprepared for the epic response to my last IWSG post, and I...
Yetis of New Zealand

Yetis of New Zealand

Welcome, dear readers. I don’t normally post two blogs in a week, but this is a special occasion. Some of the writers from Severed Press have collaborated on a blog tour, and this is part of it. I’m happy to introduce you to award-winning author Lee...
Italy’s abandoned asylum

Italy’s abandoned asylum

Is there anything creepier than an abandoned asylum? How about an abandoned asylum filled with paintings like this? Brr! Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione let his imaginative talents run wild in a psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy–turning the already...