A Prelude

The sparrow had disturbed Grandmother throughout the week. She was living with us, and had been for some time. Grandmother had grown so frail that I insisted she move in. For her advanced age, Grandmother was healthy and content with only the faintest hits of senility. Her eyes were failing, we weren’t sure she heard half of…

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A Night at The Astor

I recently spent a couple days in Milwaukee for work.  Since I booked my hotel a little late, the only place I could find within walking distance of my meetings was The Astor.  It’s an old hotel (built in the 1920s), and, while parts of it seemed a little rundown, it was a pretty cool…

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Interview with Holly Emma Ice

How long have you been writing for?  A long time. I wrote a few paragraphs and had ideas from around the age of eight but have been writing seriously (and finishing ideas/writing) since the age of thirteen.   How many rejections did you receive before you first became published and how did you stay motivated?…

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The Final Girls: Movie Review

I’m a sucker for a typical horror movie told from a different perspective.  Scream, Cabin in the Woods and Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon are a few of the more popular movies in this genre, but The Final Girls tends to lean more towards Midnight Movie or Camp Daze (aka Camp Slaughter)…

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Interview with Autumn Raynne

How long have you been writing for? I have been writing for many years, but only recently published my first full length novel, Devil She Became in September 2015. Devil She Became is an edge of your seat erotic thriller and the first book in the Devil’s Angels series. The sequel, Ava will be released…

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