The second novel in The Marradith Ryder Series is now available for pre-order.
Check out a snippet here:
I saw a dead man today.
This morning, he stood beneath a tree in my back yard, arms crossed, and eyes glowing. The rain didn’t touch him, but I could see it falling all around him. The sun moved behind the clouds and lit his ethereal frame. He put a finger to his lips. Shhhhh. There are no words, but I feel his pain. It’s always with me. I was with him when he died, six months ago. He took a part of my being with him that can’t be replaced. Perhaps that’s why he comes only to me.
Then he was gone, just as suddenly as he came, leaving behind nothing but the sound of the wind and rain and the house settling around me.
Check out this recent interview! Thanks again to Rasheedah Prioleau for having me. You can see the video here, and subscribe to her channel:
Here is one of my short stories that appeared on Nathan Rosen’s Microhorror a few years ago. Check out this chilling audio version.
Sumiko Saulson acted as host to a month worth of posts celebrating Black History Month and Women in Horror! Check out the diverse offerings from Alicia McCalla, Linda Addison, Eden Royce, Balogun Ojetade, Kenesha Williams, Joslyn Corvis, Kai Leakes, and more.
See my contribution by following the link:
Thanks to Ursula for posting this for Women in Horror/ Black History Month:
Here’s an interview by Gwendolyn Kiste:
The Bell House is now available as an audio book on Audible, I-Tunes and Amazon!
If you’re interested in a free copy, please message me, and I can give you a special discount code. I have 25 copies to give away, so first come, first serve!