It is six twelve am and as usual on a Tuesday, I am awake and there is chaos running amok in my head. In the forefront is the song “Say Something.” I have no particular reason to have that song in my head, no particular relevance of it. It is just there, playing quietly as … Continue reading HeartSongs
I am coming upon the end of the year and my commitment to a shaven head. I will be purchasing new clippers so that I can maintain my hairless noggin so that I can continue with what I set out to do. I rub my hand over my head. There is slight regrowth. To an … Continue reading Being Bald
The stench of frozen rotted meat is in the air! Welcome to the Winter of Zombie Blog Tour 2014, with 10 of the best zombie authors spreading the disease in the month of November.
Since my mf blog post just vanished, here is the reader's digest condensed version: You may not agree that Bill Cosby in guilty. Great, fine. Whatever. But publicly saying that an accuser is "too ugly" to have been raped is despicable.Saying she "wishes" he had raped her is unacceptable. Bashing someone that had the nerve … Continue reading Spotlight on Sexual Abuse: Commenting on Cosby, abridged version
Here is the complete list and link to every post for the Winter of Zombie Blog Tour 2014… updated daily!
Saturday November 1st
Sunday November 2nd
Monday November 3rd
Tuesday November 4th
Wednesday November 5th
Thursday November 6th
Friday November 7th
Saturday November 8th
Sunday November 9th
Monday November 10th
Tuesday November 11th
Armand Rosamilia interview
Eric A. Shelman interview
Wednesday November 12th
Mark Tufo short story part 1
Bobby Adair interview
Thursday November 13th
Mark Tufo short story part 2
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November is all about the zombies. You may not have known it, yet, but it is true. Armand Rosamilia has coordinated a Zombie Blog tour consisting of guest posts and interviews from some of the biggest and best in the field of Zombie lore. I'm not even going to lie...I am pumped that my blog … Continue reading The Zombies are COMING!!!!
August 31, 2014 has come and gone. As some of you know, that date marked two years since our littlest boy was diagnosed with Cancer. If you don't know, he was diagnosed three days shy of his third birthday. Spencer spent his third birthday in the hospital, surrounded not only by other children that were … Continue reading Cancerversary the Second
As you may or may not be aware, I have decided to undergo the challenge of writing one story every week for the whole year of 2014. Currently, the week that we are in the midst of is week 23. I am currently about to begin my story that I should have done on week … Continue reading Story A Week Challenge so far…
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So here we are, Women in Horror Recognition Month, 2014… and what a sad state of affairs it’s been. Over the last few weeks I’ve read a plethora of posts and blogs and forums both for and a reasoned post against WiHM; some made me applaud while others made me want to gouge my eyes out with a spoon.
In part one of my WiHM post, I mentioned my support of the month (and for those women who write/read/film/act in this amazing genre), and my despair for its need. Yep, I said ‘need’, and that makes me sad. To my knowledge, I’ve not been the subject of gender-bias within the industry, but I’d be a fool to say it doesn’t happen. All one has to do is read a couple of comment threads to know that it is real and it’s out there, clubbing its Neanderthal way through the…
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I have so many things that are going on in my life right now, aside from the general day to day busy. I am honored to be a part of the faccebook page Lemonade For Kids which has now gone viral on the internet. Stephen Betters, who started the concept and proudly displays a hot … Continue reading My brain might explode