Search my site
© Loren Rhoads 2013-19. Unauthorized use of this material — both photos or text — without written permission from this blog’s author is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that clear credit is given to Loren Rhoads with appropriate direction to the original content. You can reach me via the contact tab on the navigation bar above.
My Ko-fi button
If you'd like to help support my work, please buy me a cup of tea. I would be really grateful!
A word about Amazon
I participate in the Amazon Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program which provides a means for sites to earn advertising fees by linking to amazon.com. Everything you buy after clicking an amazon link, either to my books or from one of my book reviews, helps to keep all other advertising off this site. Thank you!
Subscribe via Email
Subscribe via Networked Blogs
Tag Archives: horror writers
I’ve known of Elizabeth Massie’s work for years, so it was an honor to share a table of contents with her in Fright Mare: Women Write Horror. Her story “Tintype” was one of my favorites in the book. Elizabeth Massie … 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 →
Ben Monroe is a new member of my local Horror Writers Association chapter. I haven’t had the chance to meet him in person yet, but I’m looking forward to it. Ben grew up in Northern California and has spent most … Continue reading →
Sheri White has lived in Maryland all her life and has the crab-picking skills and the big can of Old Bay in her pantry to show for it. Her stories have been published in many anthologies, including Be Very Afraid … Continue reading →
Sonora Taylor has been writing for many years. She is the author of The Crow’s Gift and Other Tales, a collection of short stories, and Please Give, a novel. Her next short story collection, Wither and Other Stories, will be … Continue reading →