Monthly Archives: April 2008

Eliza Lowell was a gypsy.

Or so goes the first line of HorrorCon, my very first online serial novella. I probably would have started with something else if I had intended at all to do one of these (they exist, right?). But I was only … Continue reading

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A Rather Pleasant Unpleasantness

Say whuh? That don’ make no kinda sense! I refer to a particular passage in my novella, HorrorCon, where my main character, Eliza (played in this blog entry by the extremely talented Emily Perkins), recounts the horrifying attack that left … Continue reading

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A Short Break with Lloyd…

Just having a quick drink with my old friend Lloyd the Bartender and telling him about the progress on my newest story, HorrorCon, which is about a young girl with a tragic past who meets a mysterious author at the … Continue reading

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Conventional Wisdom

Okay, here’s the concept: I post installments of my novella set at an Orlando horror convention and you folks get to follow along with me. I would offer about a fifth of it each time, which I’m guessing will be … Continue reading

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