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Halloween post: A Tale of Two Ravages

A Halloween satire of A Tale of Two Cities, complete with werewolves. Check out this fangtastic post!

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Twist in the Void: new book release!

My Dark Twists Trilogy follows Shern Baxter, struggling student, girlfriend, and all around weirdo as she descends into madness and deals with the consequences. Despite being shrouded in horror and tragedy, it looks like she might be able to piece what little life she has back together in this final chapter, Twist in the Void.
That’s when she finds out her monsters are real.

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House, Haunted: new book release!

Book 2 of the Dark Twists Trilogy, House, Haunted, is available!
Shern continues down the descent into madness as she and her boyfriend Mark are headed to a party. So far Shern has been doing good with keeping her issues under control, but on this dark and stormy night they will once again become intertwined in her delusions and distorted thinking, and it won’t lead them to a happy ending.
What would you do if the flashlight you relied on started licking the flesh off your skin?

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Black Cat Scribbles Blog: Horror Writing
book classics with a twist

Where the Red Fern Withers

An old Indian legend speaks of the red ferns growing over an animal’s grave to bring them back to life…wrong.

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Dream Day: Arachnophobia, anyone?

This dream day post features one from about four years ago, showing my fear of spiders. It’s kind of a mini-adventure fighting spiders and shadow people.

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Dark Twists and Surreal Turns: new book!

I don’t know about you, but I have been super busy this quarantine. After I work on my classes all day, recording lectures and making online assignments, and of course, online meetings, I wind down by working on my writing biz. I try to write a blog a day, and do a little writing on […]

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79. The art of horror writing

One of the things I like about writing horror is the complexity. It plays on so many emotions and viewpoints, rather than just ahhh! The monster killed again! Blood and gore everywhere! What does that monster represent? How does it impact the reader’s life? Some of the best horror I’ve read wove a path of […]

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