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I was interviewed recently by fellow blogger and author, R.J. Garcia. You can check out the interview here (I’m the 1/31/20 interview). I talk about my book, Memory Bound and give some thoughts on writing and the horror genre.
Be sure to check out Garcia’s blog and books page, and subscribe to hear more about her upcoming works. She keeps an ear out for authors looking to talk about their work as well, so if you’re interested check that out as well.
Thanks everyone and happy writing. ✏️
I have a statue of a witch that I keep in a corner of my writing room. She was the last statue in a display of marked down Halloween items I found earlier this year. I thought she was well designed in her black and glittering robes and her tall, pointy sloped hat. Her features were gnarled and realistic. Love at first sight.
Over time, however, she actually began to scare me. It was usually when I had just finished reading a good ghost story or I began hearing the creaks of our house that sound like footsteps. Overactive writer’s imagination, you know.
I started to picture her appearing next to me while I was on my bike with my back turned to her, or creeping up to me while I was working at my desk and she was in my periphery. I began considering putting her in storage until Halloween, or until the year 2080. But then I realized something. I write horror, don’t I? Perhaps I need something that scares me a little in my writing room…