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Authenticity through awareness - an in-depth interview with Sofia Rei

Photo by Sandrine Lee

If you are familiar with my work, then you know The Music and Myth is very dear to me. It’s a project I set up almost three years ago for no other reason than to share with the world my sincere passion for music and my fascination with this superb form of storytelling. 10,284 more words


Monsters of the Southwest: La Llorona, the Weeping Woman

“The pecan groves of Las Cruces, NM are plenty worrisome during the day.  For most of us used to living in the desert any large cluster of trees is freaky and unnatural; the proverbial mote in God’s eye.   896 more words


Adventure Awaits

Here are some short stories that I have written

The Weeping Woman

White Shirts

The Great Oak

The Blue Fairy

The links above will take you to the page they’re located, or pull an Indy and explore the menu of my blog page. 11 more words


Virtual Tour of Archer Avenue: Archer Woods Cemetery

In the summer of 1950 a scandal broke at Archer Woods that involved two morticians, John Regan and Adolph Cohn, who accepted money from the county to bury six old age pensioners—men who died without families or savings—in the cemetery. 2,086 more words

Archer Avenue

La Llorona

La Llorona
Pencil drawing on moleskine sketchbook paper
14.01.2015/ Buenos Aires


The Last Horror Novel in the History of the World by Brian Allen Carr

The black magic of bad living only looks hideous to honest eyes.

Welcome to Scrape, Texas, a nowhere town near the Mexican border. Few people ever visit Scrape, and the unlucky ones who live there never seem to escape. 561 more words