Internet followers, beauty and power sounded good.
Until it transformed into a terrifying reality Dorianna couldn’t stop.
Pictures of Dorianna is a twist on Wilde’s Dorian Gray. When her father’s jailed, her mother ships lonely Dorianna to her aunt’s. Dorianna strives for a new identity, but popular Lacey bullies her for getting attention from Lacey’s ex, Ander.
One of my fondest childhood memories is of repeatedly watching the 1941 Lon Chaney Jr. version of The Wolf Man. A scene that particularly stood out for me was when the Gypsy looks at the man’s palm and sees a pentagram appear, then fade again. This imprinted on my developing psyche so strongly that I gave it a nod in an amateur film of my own, Graveyard Shift: A Zomedy of Horrors (to be released on Amazon Prime in 2020).
I just love doing character interviews with other authors, And today, I bring you one of my favorites to date… Richard Parsons, my wolf-shifter from the “Shadows Over Seattle” stories, meets Griddlebone from the P.A.W.S. world by Debbie Manber Kupfer.
Vampires, feared, desired, revered. It is undeniable they cause fascination. Their origin is shrouded in mystery, multiple cultures have their own version of the creatures of the night. From the Rumanian Strigoi to the Greek Lamia. So, what are they? Demons or monsters? Descendants of demigods or undead?
“Dark Spirits” by Cheryllynn Dyess
Ever watch those paranormal shows on the television and think to yourself, “that can’t be true, things like that don’t happen”?
I watch them all the time. I have had knowledge of the paranormal all my life, but not once did I think it was fake. Why you ask? Let me tell you a story…
Timothy Bateson’s #StoryTime brings you “Audition” in conjunction with “31 Days of Halloween”. Listen to a sample from this #Horror short story by Naching T. Kassa, then pickup your copy to discover what happens next!
Halloween is a time for dark and evil spirits to come out and play. So what better way to kick off a full month-long celebration than by inviting Jaq D. Hawkins to drop in? She shares her thoughts about why we’re fascinated by dark spirits in film and literature.
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