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Tag Archives: vampires
I met Sheryl R. Hayes at BayCon, my local SFF convention that takes place over Memorial Day weekend each year. Sheryl usually has an amazing crocheted dragon perched on her shoulder or some fabulous handmade dress. She’s also an author. … Continue reading →
Selah is another member of the Ladies of Horror group on Facebook. I asked her to come by to tell me about her most recent book. Selah Janel was blessed with a giant imagination, even if it made her gullible … Continue reading →
Ari Marmell is one of the authors I follow on Facebook. When he had a sale on some of his ebooks last year, I snapped at the chance to buy them directly from the author. His work did not disappoint. … Continue reading →
Jennifer R. Povey is another member of Broad Universe, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting, encouraging, honoring, and celebrating women writers and editors in science fiction, fantasy, horror and other speculative genres. Born in Nottingham, England, Jennifer now lives in Northern … Continue reading →
K.R. Morrison has lived in the Pacific Northwest for over 25 years. She moved there from California, after the Loma Prieta earthquake caused her to rethink her stance on “never moving again.” After her first sight of Oregon, she never … Continue reading →