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Author Archives: Loren Rhoads
Where I’ve Been
I feel like I’ve been out of touch for months. My father fell last August and broke his pelvis. Because he was so medically fragile, he stayed in the hospital for nine weeks while the bone healed without surgery. He … Continue reading
Horror Addicts loves Tales of Nightmares
Horror Addicts gave Tales of Nightmares, which I edited for the Wily Writers collective, a great review, singling out stories by Angel Leigh McCoy, Jennifer Brozek, and Bill Bodden. My favorite part: “Tales of Nightmares consists of a handful of … Continue reading
A little lagniappe for your Mardi Gras
This is a little Alondra story I wrote a couple of years ago. It’s set on the last night of Mardi Gras in New Orleans. It was originally written for and published by the Ladies of Horror project at Spreading … Continue reading
Never Enough 2022
Every December I recap the writing triumphs and disappointments of the previous twelve months. Practically every year I feel like I haven’t done enough. This year I didn’t manage to finish and publish three books, but I did spend the … Continue reading