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Tag Archives: ghost stories
Although we share a last name and both grew up in Michigan, Roxanne Rhoads and I are not related. I’m not even sure we’ve met, although we are both fascinated by cemetery, history, and ghosts. All that means is that … Continue reading →
It feels like I’ve known Trilby Plants forever. She was a member of the writers group that taught me to write back in the misty days of the 1980s. I had the pleasure of publishing a true ghost story by … Continue reading →
I’ll be at the Main Branch of the San Mateo Public Library (55 W 3rd Ave, San Mateo, California) on Wednesday night to read a spooky story and start the season off right. Joining me will be Emerian Rich, Jonathan … Continue reading →
I met Tim Prasil through the Occult Detective Quarterly group on Facebook. His blog has a wealth of information about occult — or psychic — detectives in fiction from the Victorian era to the present. I discovered he writes these … Continue reading →
This Thursday, October 11, I’ll be joining local horror authors Emerian Rich, Trinity Adler, Mercy Hollow, E.M. Markoff, R.L. Merrill, Sumiko Saulson, and J. Malcom Stewart at the San Mateo Public Library for the second annual Tales of Horror reading. I’m … Continue reading →