I’m a jack-of-all-trades fiction writer from the eastern United States. I’m currently living in Maine, but I’ve lived in just about every state that can be considered “NorthEast.” Writing is currently my ‘side gig’ as I have a full-time day job to pay the bills.
I started writing when I was a little, little kid, and even then, my stories tended to sway toward horror or dark fantasy. I very distinctly remember writing a Halloween story in sixth grade where nearly all of my classmates ended up murdered by another. Oh, and I made that other, murdery classmate a werewolf. That was incidentally the first story I ever tried to turn into a novel, and I’m near positive I still have it tucked away somewhere in the dark, dusty corners of my writing folder, never to be seen again.
I write a little bit of everything, but my preferred genres are horror, fantasy, and speculative fiction. I’ve also written a little bit of YA, erotica, and I’ve tried my hand a time or two at New Adult, but I always come back to my first love of speculative fiction.
In October, my story Night Terrors was featured in an episode of The Wicked Library Podcast. Click here to listen to the episode, narrated by a truly fantastic cast. If you’d like to read it, you can find the blog post featuring the story here.
From Haunted House Publishing and the Nosleep Author Alliance, the Monstronomicon is an insane collection of 100 short stories from 70 different authors. My story, I Think I saw my Sister Yesterday, about a girl looking for her sister in an early post-apocalyptic world, sits alongside many other stories, all featuring a unique monster outside of the well-used vampires, werewolves, zombies or ghouls. Get your copy here.
Proceeds of book sales go to fundraising for a series of short horror films based on the stories within.