Tag Archives: Alondra DeCourval

Never Enough 2018: the Finale

Considering I didn’t have a major release out this year, I’m pretty pleased with the number of interviews I did and the attention that 199 Cemeteries is still receiving. Podcasts Extreme Genes, my first genealogy podcast ever, chatted with me about … Continue reading

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Ladies of Horror Flash Project

I have a little fairy tale up on Nina D’Arcangela’s blog this morning.  It’s about Alondra as a child, still fighting monsters.  Hope you like it. via Ladies of Horror Flash Project – #Horror #author Loren Rhoads @MorbidLoren @Sotet_Angyal #LoH … Continue reading

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Behind “Sakura Time”

The original story about Alondra DeCourval in Japan (The Fox & the Foreigner) was meant to stand alone. Then the second time Mason and I went to Japan, we met a spectrum of Japanese artists who made dolls – some … Continue reading

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Behind “The Fox & the Foreigner”

In 1994, my husband Mason and I went to Japan. It was my first time there – and his third. At the time, he was an electronic guitarist who traveled from show to show.  I was a farmgirl who’d never … Continue reading

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Behind “The Drowning City”

I’ve only been to Italy once. The owner of our penzione in Florence told us she hoped we would arrive in Venice during the day because it rose from the water like something from a dream. This proved to be … Continue reading

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