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Sunday Surprise

And it’s a guest! From the Ink Slingers Halloween Anthology but he was also in last year’s anthology! When I read “Travelers”, I thought I wanted to know more about the guy, but look, almost a year went by and… he did it again! 1,165 more words

Guest Post

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You remember my recent interview with author Barbara G. Tarn? Well, she also interviewed me and it was just awesome. If you'd like to check out the full interview, check out her blog, it's got some great stuff on it! And as always, check out When The Lights Go Out, where you can find creepy stories from the both of us within. Now available on Amazon, Smashwords, B&N, Kobo, and iTunes. It's the perfect reading for getting into the Halloween season.

Here Comes Halloween, Here Comes Halloween...

It’s that lovely time of year, as the holidays descend upon us, that the best holiday of them all prepares to swoop in and rescue us from the evils of the summer. 1,146 more words

Living Conditions


It’s Friday again, so you know what that means! No, not Happy Hour (though that is something to celebrate too). Nope, it’s #FirstLineFriday! In case you’re unfamiliar with the rules, here’s the deal: on Fridays you write a post with the title like this post, and then you post the first one or two lines from a potential work, a work in progress, or a completed or published work. 210 more words


Review: The Cat (2011 film)

Continuing the trend of Asian horror films I’ve been binging on lately, our latest entry is The Cat, which is cute and scary because it involves kitties! 482 more words


Notes On Harper's Scary Record In Time For Hallowe'en

Here are the results of a project I’ve been working on for a few weeks now. Two pages of things that make me very afraid of four more years of a Harper majority. 486 more words


Context is Everything—Or Is It?

I’ve been missing in action for some time. I spent the summer living in England and traveling in Europe. Although I fully intended to blog about my travels, it didn’t happen. 985 more words



It’s Friday again, and you know what that means! It’s #FirstLineFriday!

On Fridays, bloggers write a post titled like this one, hashtag and everything, and post the first one or two lines of a potential project, work-in-progress, or a completed or published work and ask your readers to give you their feedback. 188 more words