bloganuary, fiction, horror, short story, writing

Itchy When Wet

Melissa thought nothing of the rain when she let her labradoodle, Boris, out for his morning ablutions. It looked heavier than usual, slightly greasy with a strange shimmer, but rain was rain. “Looks like someone poured baby oil and glitter into the clouds,” Sam said. She stood at the sink, coffee mug in one hand,… Continue reading Itchy When Wet

bloganuary, book review, horror, Priscilla Bettis

You Don’t Know What You’ve Got Til It’s Gone

Today’s Bloganuary prompt is: What is a treasure that’s been lost? DOGMEAT, a novella by Priscilla Bettis, immediately sprung to mind. Set in a totalitarian society during the 1980’s, DOGMEAT is the story of Ward, a young man whose job it is to torture and kill dogs for a local restaurant (because the more they… Continue reading You Don’t Know What You’ve Got Til It’s Gone

7th Hell, bloganuary, cover reveal, fantasy, horror, science fiction, writing, writing challenge

You don’t scare me, 2023!

Okay, you do scare me, but I thought I should start the year strong. This month I’m taking part in Bloganuary, which encourages regular blogging by providing a daily prompt. Today’s question is: What is something you want to achieve this year? My answer is: Publish more books. Last year I got organized with my… Continue reading You don’t scare me, 2023!

horror, Rami Ungar, short story

The Dedication of the High Priestess by Rami Ungar

A young ballerina poses for an artist, but her newfound fame leads to unforeseen, and horrific, consequences. I was lucky enough to read this story before it was published, and I immediately fell in love with it. It’s filled with an atmosphere of almost unbearable creeping dread, even when describing beautiful pictures of ballerinas and… Continue reading The Dedication of the High Priestess by Rami Ungar

Book Birthday, fantasy, horror, science fiction, short story

Fantasy books to enjoy

The Mountains of Sorrow The Mountains of Sorrow turns one today! If you love reading about: Earth magic versus star magic Powerful people destroying the land Strong women Noble men Cute squirrels Elemental dragons Then this is the book for you! Get The Mountains of Sorrow now If you like fantasy stories this is a… Continue reading Fantasy books to enjoy