Happy Women in Horror Month! Whether you’re a female working in any aspect of the horror industry or a fan who enjoys the work of horror’s creative females, February is always a great month for horror! This year is the 10th Annual celebration of women in horror, and it’s been bigger than ever. If you’re not familiar with this event, be sure to head to the Women in Horror Month website or checkout #WomeninHorrorMonth on Twitter.
Love for Missing in Michigan
In the midst of Women in Horror Month, it was awesome to receive some unexpected love for Missing in Michigan: Alexa Bentley Paranormal Mysteries Book One. The World’s Video Wiki named Missing in Michigan one of 10 Intriguing Fantasy Novels for Fans of Mystery.
Two New Interviews
My Favorite and Most Influential Female Horror Authors
The Horror Tree published an article I recently wrote about what made me fall in love with horror. I discussed several female horror authors who captured my attention from a young age, including my childhood hero (and eventual friend) Angela Sommer-Bodenburg. Be sure to check it out!
Final Results for Ranker’s List ‘2018’s Scariest Horror Books’
My Gothic horror novel, The Haunting of Cabin Green, finished the 2018’s Scariest Horror Books voting tied for 1st place with Paul Tremblay’s excellent book The Cabin at the End of the World. This was the fourth ‘Best Horror Books of 2018’ lists to include my Amazon #1 bestseller. Thanks so much for all of your support!
Up Next – Corvo Hollows!
Corvo Hollows: A Psychological Thriller will be released on March 5 and is available now for Kindle pre-orders. This novel features several twists and turns, serial murders, and enough thrills to please fans of the Thriller and Horror genres. Don’t let anyone spoil the ending; grab your copy now!