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Monthly Archives: February 2014
February is Women in Horror Month
My love of horror dates to my childhood, to Sir Graves Ghastly showing creature features on Saturday afternoons. Or maybe it dates to Grimm’s Fairy Tales, where the Huntsman cuts Red Riding Hood from the wolf’s stomach and Snow White … Continue reading
Letting Morpheus Go
In December 2012, we adopted a tiny black kitten from the local SPCA. He was meant to be a companion for our older cat, another SPCA baby we called Nocturne. She was 3. The kitten was named Scrappy, because he’d … Continue reading
Win a copy of As Above, So Below
Goodreads Book Giveaway As Above, So Below by Loren Rhoads Giveaway ends February 28, 2014. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter to win
Praise for As Above, So Below
People have been saying nice things about my new novel, co-written with Brian Thomas. “I waited for a decade to read the full story of the succubus Lorelei and the angel Aza after discovering a short story about their too-wrong-to-be-right … Continue reading
Now I am a novelist
All my life, I’ve told stories. I asked for a typewriter as a birthday present in 8th grade, because I knew that real writers typed their manuscripts. All my friends in high school wrote stories. When I met my husband … Continue reading