Are you in the mood for an angel love tale? I have a brand new short story — Dawn Chorus — out in Kraxon Magazine. Kraxon specializes in flash length science fiction and fantasy stories, 1000 words each. If you're looking for a nice monthly dose of bite-sized fiction, check it out!
I have a short story out this week in a brand new anthology by Tickety Boo Press, UK. Aliens – The Truth Is Coming has a great line up of authors, with a wide variety of takes on the theme. From the publisher: Many of us look up into the wondrous night sky and know... Continue Reading →
True fact: once I wrote an entire novel to a 2-song soundtrack consisting entirely of Fall Out Boy’s Immortals and My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark (Light Em Up). There, aren’t you glad you know that now? So what’s new or old on the writing front, soundtracks aside? I handed in the... Continue Reading →
May showers bring spring flowers, right? Connecticut has finally begun to sprout its seasonal green and, being the reluctant gardener that I am, nothing better than to put off the weeding with a good book or three. Here are some of my latest... Recent Reads: Heart thumping, nerve jumping. This month I finally got around... Continue Reading →
Oh, hey! It’s April already. April means my birthday, which means books. Because a girl can always do with more books, right? And with so many recent releases I’ve been keeping busy. Here are some of my latest faves... Recent Reads: On the road... Quests, journeys, escapes, and revenge. I absolutely loved The Art of... Continue Reading →
Horror narratives are an integral part of our human history. Folktales have dark tendrils that go back for centuries. The Ancient Greeks created gods out of fear and terror. Every culture has a bogeyman, a gashadokuro, a strigoi. From the oral storytelling of the past to the modern day campfire tale, scary stories are everywhere. Even... Continue Reading →
Canadian speculative fiction writer Nathan Hystad isn’t afraid to dip his toe in any waters, however deep they may be. His preferred genres are horror, paranormal and science fiction, but he’s been known to write fantasy on occasion, along with a whole line-up of strange and mysterious sub-genres. Nathan has published stories in four anthologies... Continue Reading →