Monthly Archives: October 2013

Fun with Flash Fiction

A few weeks ago, I entered a short story flash fiction contest online for Lovecraft Ezine. I didn’t win, but the page owner liked my entry enough to post it with the winners on his site.

Check it out here!

Read to Feed Your Mind and Imagination

I love to read. It has been such an important part of my life since I was a kid. The first grown-up novel I read was “The Hobbit”, by J. R. R. Tolkein, and it was after reading that book that I first wanted to become a writer. Even back then, though, my first attempt at a story of my own was of a haunted house. I wrote spooky poetry in elementary school, and I’d frequently borrow the same book on superstitions from my school library out of some strange curiosity about what scared people.

My first exposure to the horror genre was with Stephen King’s novel, “The Shining”.

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