Halloween Poetry Reading: The Lonely Lady in the Red-Hooded Cape

Tune into my most recent poetry podcast episode where I read one of my Halloween tale poems about a lonely lady who hangs out in the forest, searching for a friend to become prey…. “Down below, onto the earthly land,a long dark haired middle-aged womandressed in a red-hooded capestands outside an old wooden loft withContinue reading “Halloween Poetry Reading: The Lonely Lady in the Red-Hooded Cape”

Life as an Indie Horror Writer: What inspires you?

A question writers often get asked…. “What inspires you? I  am here to answer that question. I always find it an easy question to answer – because the thing that inspires me – is what is directly in front of me – LIFE! There are so many things to life – How can you notContinue reading “Life as an Indie Horror Writer: What inspires you?”

On Writing Horror: why?

…..Horror gets a bad vibe sometimes…. People ask – “Why do you write about horror?” “What got you involved in the “dark side?” ….  –First of all….”The dark side?” – All of us “involved,” aren’t necessarily evil. Nor, are we bad people. Many of us are kind loving individuals who just happen to be veryContinue reading “On Writing Horror: why?”

Author’s Rage: Beware of the Horror Writer

  One must be aware and carefulwhen battling the horror of writer’s rage.The power and intensity of it all,is not something that can be contained in a cage. Pens flair with an evil reflecting glare,and the paper burns up with hot ink.Those thoughts can be more dangerous than you think! The madness of horror,even theContinue reading “Author’s Rage: Beware of the Horror Writer”

Horror Poem: TORTURED

A young woman sits alone in a dark room, bound by her own misery to an old worn tattered chair. She sulks silently, writhing in her own torture by disturbing memories of long ago… Delirious, she can’t seem to remember how she reached the bottom of these stairs, or why she is now bound toContinue reading “Horror Poem: TORTURED”