Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Evolutionist by Rena Mason

I read Rena Mason’s The Evolutionist, set in Las Vegas, while on my way to Las Vegas in reality. Talk about an immersive reading experience! From the first paragraph I was drawn in to the bizarre, double world of Stacey. On … Continue reading

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Video: How I lost the Weight

I’ve been promising a video for awhile on how I lost nearly 50 pounds in less than a year and it’s finally done :) I tried to answer every question and lay out every step I did without droning on too … Continue reading

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Submission Opportunities: Dulcet Detectives, Madness, & Crows

Here’s some of the best submission opportunities I found this week and I plan to send work to them all. I’ve already submitted work to items with a ☑ symbol. If you know any good opportunities, please feel free to share them in the … Continue reading

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JG Faherty: When Fact and Fiction Collide

  From Angela: Please welcome JG Faherty – my personal friend, horror colleague and mentor. If I remember, I think I first met Faherty through the JournalJabber talk show I was co-hosting with Amy Eye. I was impressed by his … Continue reading

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#PrayForOrlando

Tonight, I have no words.  

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#AMWRITING

Please excuse me while I slip into something more productive this weekend…

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Why Poems?

I haven’t written poetry in a long time. I stopped after my first literary club meeting in high school. Each of us had photocopies of our best poems to share anonymously. The point was to give constructive criticism to each other to … Continue reading

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Snakespeare FOUND in Chattanooga!

Recently I’ve been playing with Bookcrossing again and I’ve released a few books. One of them was a copy of Snakespeare and it was left on a bench outside of a Ben & Jerry’s shop in Chattanooga. I’m happy to report … Continue reading

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Wonderful and Weird greydogtales

I was just introduced to the wicked art of Alan M Clark via greydogtales, a site I’ve also just recently discovered. Clark has illustrated books for many authors, including Jack Ketchum, Poppy Z Brite, Stephen King, Joe R Lansdale and Ray Bradbury. His … Continue reading

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Finally, you can see Pirantulas!

Pirantulas! can finally be shown to the outside world and I am excited to be able to move on to new projects. As the writer, I had the smallest role in this film’s creation–a team of people came together to create … Continue reading

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