You can hear my story, The Tiny Pumpkin, on a very special Halloween podcast for the little ghouls and goblins in your life, The NoNap Podcast! Created and curated by Erin B. Lillis and featuring stellar voice work and sound design. So gather your children and listen in to tales ranging from the sweet to... Continue Reading →
I have an addictive personality. It can be a problem. Thankfully I manage to channel it in things that aren’t, on their own, terrible for you. In particular, video games. Not the kind you play on your own, but the co-ops and the multiplayers and the MMOs. The social stuff. It’s how I make friends.... Continue Reading →
I saw my mother for an hour and a half each day. Half hour in the morning, when she’d wake me at 5:30 a.m. to get ready for school, and then an hour at night, just long enough to make sure I ate dinner and did my homework. The rest of the time, she was... Continue Reading →
Pretty Marys All in a Row by Gwendolyn Kiste is a short, fun read that follows Resurrection Mary, Rhee to her friends, and her sister Marys, all supernatural beings based on folklore and poems that inhabit a house in an ethereal afterlife. They spend their nights haunting the world of the living before returning to... Continue Reading →
Episode 5 of Calling Darkness, Women In The Wallpaper, is now out!
Twelve hour shifts were hard, especially at the holidays, when all I wanted was to be home with my own family. I'd been lucky enough to have Christmas off, which was by far the more important day in my opinion, so I really shouldn't have been too bothered, but it did mean spending New Year's... Continue Reading →
The best place to live is beside a cemetery. The neighbors don’t make any noise, people mostly stay away, and those that do show up tend to be somber and respectful. Sure, buying the old caretaker’s house set off in the far back corner fed into the creepy loner image I’d managed to cultivate around... Continue Reading →
I was the last in a long line of grandkids on both sides of the family. No one has ever said as much, but I'm pretty sure I was an "oops" baby; the result of one too many glasses of wine and a couple over forty who thought unplanned pregnancies were for teens.... Continue Reading →