Monthly Archives: July 2015

Horrific Happenings

Here’s a few things going on in the horror community: My story The Braid live on Amazon as of today! The second Girls Rock Horror Harder will be available Aug. 6. StokerCon 2016 is shaping up to be the can’t miss event next … Continue reading

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Yes, writers hear voices…

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Technical difficulties…

GoDaddy servers were down today so my window of blogging opportunity passed without me. JUST to say I did keep to my daily blogging schedule, here it is. This is me tired. Had a great day at Cafe Bienville, worked for … Continue reading

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Final seven days

I’m on the final seven days of the antibiotic and I’m feeling fantastic. Today I start my new job at Cafe Bienville and I have a few other projects simmering right now. Looking forward to an amazing week!

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What Bruce Lee Taught Me

I’ve loved Bruce Lee since I was a teen. As proof, I submit a photo taken of me and a friend in our dorm room at University of Wyoming. The taller girl on the right with black hair is Sonja. … Continue reading

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Horror on so many levels…

An interesting new development in the horror entertainment industry with The Black Chronicle from Red Right Hand Publishing— a story that uses interactive media to bring immersive reading to a whole new level. The man behind The Black Chronicle, Oldrich Stibor, has created a … Continue reading

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Bienville life…

I will be at Cafe Bienville starting this Tuesday and I can’t wait. Anytime I mention “Cafe Bienville” I hear good things back. Everyone seems to have a story about how wonderful the owners, Matt and Melissa French, are. I … Continue reading

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Celebrate: Final Countdown

Today is my last day at the Beacon and I know it will be bittersweet. Change happens—we can embrace change and grow or deny change and be buried. I choose to grow on. Today I’m celebrating change and the beneficial … Continue reading

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Another review of Mae

Another review of End of Mae went up on Wanda Hartzenberg’s excellent review blog. This woman is probably responsible for singlehandedly bringing in more reviews and kudos to authors than Oprah! I could be guilty of hyperbole, but the exact numbers … Continue reading

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Leaving the Beacon

As much as I have loved working at the Bay Beacon Newspapers, Friday will be my last day. The decision doesn’t come easy. There are a few reasons behind this move. The first is health. Recently I was bitten by a … Continue reading

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