I’m so happy to announce that the cover of my first anthology of collected works called ‘Everyone Dies: Tales from a Morbid Author’ was created by the talented Heidi Dorey. I’ll be celebrating the release of the collection on Saturday May 11 at 1 pm at Murder By The Book. I’m also proud that Murder By The… Read More ‘Everyone Dies: Tales from a Morbid Author’ cover and release party!
Get excited for the release of ‘Everyone Dies: Collected Works of a Morbid Author’ with this playlist which inspired the 21 tales. … Read More Music to die to
I refer to her as my mentor, and I tell everyone that she’s my Mom’s favorite author, but in actuality her most important role to me is friend. Pamela Fagan Hutchins has numerable fiction and non-fiction titles, a multitude of awards, and can turn out books faster than you can say gluten-free brownies. I met… Read More 20 Questions with…Pamela Fagan Hutchins
She wears so many hats that I don’t even know where to begin. But I guess that explains her poetry since it too has a million different perspectives. I suppose it’s because T. Haven Morse perfected the craft of performance before she delved into the art of the written word. When she’s not enjoying time… Read More 20 Questions with…T. Haven Morse
I can’t say that I’ve met anyone ‘famous’ per se, but I have met a silver medal winning poet, which is as close as I might ever get. And that’s totally okay with me. Andrea Barbosa is a throughly talented author and I’m so very proud to have my own work included alongside hers. We’ve… Read More 20 Questions with…Andrea Barbosa
After a ton of hard work (not only by me and Chantell Renee but 4 other indie authors) the newest anthology from the Hair Raising Tales series, and the first collection from Mad Girl’s publishing is now available for pre-order! ‘Hair Raising Tales of Villainous Confessions’ is out NOW and is perfect for the reader… Read More A sneak peak of ‘Hair Raising Tales of Villainous Confessions’
I often try to have a meaning behind my stories, and in truth I wrote this one after wondering what other teenagers were doing when I was busy being a weirdo writing poetry on her jeans, but the aim is that you see the world through the eyes of someone who’s lost and desperately trying… Read More Molly – short story by Melissa Algood