Inspiration

Recommended read: Your new favourite major! Exorcism!

Posted by on Feb 27, 2018 | 0 comments

I’m a big believer in the power of education—especially when that education can banish tricky demons back to hell. And thanks to a huge surge in Satanism due to a world gone to rot (and people’s interest in fortune telling?), the Vatican is soon to be offering an exorcism course....

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Recommended read: Zombie island in Russia?

Posted by on Feb 2, 2018 | 0 comments

Need a little story inspiration? Looking for a hot new travel destination? Look no further! Why not visit Vozrozhdeniya Island, a toxic desert wasteland that was once a biological warfare test site in the former Soviet Union? *May cause some monsterisms and/or...

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Statement of intent 2018

Posted by on Jan 27, 2018 | 0 comments

Sorry (not sorry) that I’ve been gone so long guys. Where have I been? It’s not where so much as what I’ve been doing. I gave birth to my son in November and decided to concentrate my efforts on him. My beautiful boy. But as I start to get into a rhythm (of being a writer and a mom), I need to plan a goal for 2018. Even if it’s likely that I won’t be able to accomplish much while caring for an infant, I have to try. The desire to write is still strong in me. It can’t be stopped! So here’s what I’m hoping to tackle: Finish my Final Girl series — the first three books are available for Kindle and through other online ebook...

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Recommended read: Riley Sager wants you to “write what you feel”

Posted by on Aug 1, 2017 | 0 comments

Aspiring writers hear this “gem” all the damn time. Write what you know. Well, if we all followed this advice, we wouldn’t have Lord of the Rings (I’m sure Tolkien knows nothing about being a dwarf or hobbit), Star Wars (space cowboys, really), or any horror/fantasy/sci fi and most detective/lawyer dramas/mysteries. So it was refreshing to read Riley Sagar’s thoughts on this topic. Sagar’s Final Girls is the next book on my TBR pile. (Not to be confused with my own series, Final...

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Back in time

Posted by on May 8, 2017 | 0 comments

During these rocky political times, I think about how people never have the vision to look at the world around them and consider how they could make a better place for everyone through simple actions (like, for starters, not voting for rich, hyper-conservative, out-of-touch goblin butts). Instead, we dream up scenarios of time travel and imagine rocketing back in time to kill Hitler. And when I think about that, I also remember a crazy, fantastic story (in five parts) that a friend of mine, “Joe Wet Cow,” wrote (and I that I hope he won’t mind me sharing here): Anonymous pamphlet found in bus shelter, part 1 of 5 Anonymous pamphlet found in bus...

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