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COASTAL CT magazine feature: Why is New England such a favored setting for horror?

I was lucky enough to be interviewed by Connecticut Coastal magazine contributor Tom Soboleski for an article on why New England is the setting for so many horror stories—and the issue officially hits newsstands today! 149 more words


Can death be a beginning?

Death is the one great change we will all eventually experience, but it might not be the end of it all. In fact, it’s often the beginning of something entirely new. 1,347 more words


Halloween Anthology Now Available

Tricks and Treats: A Collection of Spooky Stories by Connecticut Authors contains stories by some of Connecticut’s most talented literary minds.

The anthology showcases scary stories from famous past Nutmeggers Mark Twain, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and John G. 132 more words

Publishing/book News

Our Latest Undertaking: The Terror Project

The project is a series of novella collections. Each installment will contain three novellas, with three books currently in the works.
The first installment, Triplicity: The Terror Project, Vol. 79 more words

Publishing/book News

When we die, will anyone care?

I think we all find ourselves asking that question in our darker moments. And, if you’re anything like me, you find yourself meandering through the memories of your life and feeling… painfully ordinary. 682 more words

Book Review

When the mind shatters what horrors are left?

There are so many things that can tear the mind apart. In my world I’ve had to deal with my fair share of grief and exhaustion, but just yesterday… I felt like my brain was melting between my ears because of benadryl. 681 more words


Exploring the Messed up Maze that is the Human Mind

Going back through my bookshelf to the “Rock and Shock 2015” section comes the anthology I thought would fit quite well with Valentine’s Day coming up. 925 more words