Tag: Quiet Horror

Twice-Told: A Collection of Doubles

Last Saturday, 2/2, was release day for Twice-Told: A Collection of Doubles, edited by CM Muller (Nightscript, Hidden Folk). I am both proud and thrilled to have my story “Zwilligslied” included in this amazing line-up. “Twice-Told: A Collection of Doubles contains 22 unique visions of the “double-goer” (i.e. doppelgänger), with stories by Tim Jeffreys, Clint Smith, Patricia Lillie, Chris Shearer, Shannon…

It’s heeeeeere!

The audio edition of The Ceiling Man, read by Amy Melissa Bentley and Kristin James and published by Tantor Media, is now available from Audible, Google Play, iTunes, Amazon, and the other usual places. If your local library participates in Hoopla, you can borrow it there  for free. Publishers Weekly had this to say about the ebook/print version: “A supernatural creature arrives in…

About Abby

Notes on an Autistic Protagonist In 1826, novelist Ann Radcliffe defined the main characteristics of Horror fiction as terror, the mounting dread that takes place in anticipation of an event, and horror, the disgust or revulsion that takes place after the event. Stephen King, William Nolan, and others have written that Horror fiction is not about the monster behind the…