Oh, my friends! I’m so very excited to share that my short story “Fracture” is a nominee in the Bram Stoker Awards short fiction category! “Fracture” is a story about a girl born of glass with a human heart. It was published in the Weird Little Worlds anthology Mother: Tales of Love and Terror, which was also nominated! (And the anthology Into … Read More
The Stoker Award Roundup!
It was a very, VERY good year for horror this year! I was delighted and so humbled that Arterial Bloom was nominated for the Bram Stoker Award in the Anthology category. While it didn’t place, I’m so happy to see the love and support it received! Putting it together was a real trial-by-fire experience, and I’m so proud of the … Read More
I Did an Important Thing, and I Hope You Do, Too.
Vote. Your thoughts, feelings, and opinions are important. <3
Vote for BENEATH THE LIGHTHOUSE in the Dragon Awards!
I just read Julieanne Lynch’s book Beneath The Lighthouse and I loved it! She’s up for the prestigious Dragon Award, going against the likes of Stephen King, and what’s even cooler is that she’s the only woman in the horror category. I suggest you pick up her book, give it a read, and then vote. You won’t be disappointed. This is a … Read More
The Day Facebook Killed Me.
This is the tale of how I died. It was in November, because I had just voted in the presidential election. This little window popped up at the top of my Facebook account saying, “We hope people who love Mercedes will find comfort in the things others share to remember and celebrate her life.” Well. Well. I guess I’m dead. … Read More
I Voted And Have The Sticker To Prove It
It was a rare rainy day here in Las Vegas, and I voted in a tiny trailer near my home. It felt good to have carefully considered the issues and vote, as best I can, according to my conscience. This election is over for me. <3
Pimp a Friend Friday: Armand Rosamilia
There are several things I can say about Armand. He has a big heart, for one. He hosts the Arm Cast Podcast, runs Authors Supporting Our Troops, and wrote the very cool, inspired-by-true-events book Chelsea Avenue. He also has a book in the running for the Kindle Scout Program. I think there is a week left for voting for his … Read More