Revisiting Nightmares: Fantasy/Horror Crossovers and Trauma Recovery

Fantasy and horror have a natural affinity, one that goes back to the pre-literate times when people sat around the campfire, terrifying each other with stories of ghosts and skin-walkers and things-that-go-bump-in-the-night or that-are-not-quite-dead. Supernatural elements infused these tales with … Continue reading

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WWW Wednesday 4-17-13

WWW Wednesday. This meme is from shouldbereading. Jennifer Stevenson here, reporting for WWW Wednesday. To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions… • What are you currently reading? Uneasy Money by P.G. Wodehouse. This is a paperback Penguin edition … Continue reading

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Bopping Among Genres

People wonder why I write pop culture books and (now) new adult paranormals in addition to dark/weird fiction. It is a wide array. Re books, I have thrillers, pop science, pop culture, young adult fantasies, horror, dark/weird fiction, and science fiction. Re … Continue reading

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New Year’s & Holidays in a Writer’s World

So New Year’s has come and gone. It seems that yesterday was November 15th, about a week before Thanksgiving. Welcome to my Writer’s World. By Halloween, I’m getting antsy. I know what’s coming. The Holiday Season! Now don’t get me … Continue reading

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Zombies, Ramsey Campbell, & Luther BBC Show

This is a potpourri post, in which I babble about what I’m working on, what I’m reading, and what I’m watching on tv. Yes, this is the exciting life of a pulp-hack working writer! Oo la la! The zombie book … Continue reading

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From Lois’ Trivia Box

Every now and then, I dig through my Trivia Box (yes, I actually have one) and post photos of some of the writing-related items I’ve accumulated over the years.I have a bunch of SFWA membership cards ranging back to 1993, … Continue reading

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