The Morbid Month of October

October was the month of guest blogging at every opportunity I could.  It made for a rich, full month, along with the four live events I participated in and the birthday trip we took to Singapore.  Here’s the October roundup:

First off, I wrote about eating in the dark for Lawrence Schoen’s Eating Authors feature:

Terrie Leigh Relf interviewed me about my writing rituals and process:

Emerian Rich invited me to kidnap the Horror Addicts blog for a couple of days, so I wrote about the graves of horror’s forefathers: part one, part two, part three.

The Horror Writers Association hosted its annual Halloween Haunts blog series, so of course I wrote about Graveyard Horrors:

John Everson took over Not Now, Mommy’s Reading for a month of Not Now, Mommy’s Screaming blog posts.  I wrote about the connection between Lorelei, the succubus heroine of As Above, So Below, and Raena, heroine of the Templar books.  It’s worth checking out the blog post to see the fun illustrations they added:  Exes & Ohs at

For her Tell Me feature, Jennifer Brozek asked me to tell her about Kill By Numbers, so I talked about relationships falling apart:

And finally, Morbid Curiosity and Cemetery Travel were featured on the amazing, long-running Finch Files podcast:

If you host guests on your blog or talk to authors on your podcast, please contact me. I would love to talk about writing, performing, or space opera — or cemeteries.

About Loren Rhoads

I'm the author of 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die and Wish You Were Here: Adventures in Cemetery Travel, as well as a space opera trilogy. I'm also co-author of a series about a succubus and her angel. In addition to blogging at, I blog about my morbid life at
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2 Responses to The Morbid Month of October

  1. October (Halloween?) seems to be your month! I will check these out if I have missed some.

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