My short story "The Song of Love" (inspired, in part, by binging on Twin Peaks while housesitting in suburbia) is in the October 2014 issue of Under the Bed magazine (Vol. 03 No. 01). Please check it out here or on Amazon for "awesome reviews, horrifying relationships, cannibal terror, deadly bees, and a whole lot more." What horror fan could say no to that?!
P.S. I know I've been quiet lately. (Okay, basically dead.) Rest assured, I'm still spooky. I'm just not sure how I feel about blogging, but I do update the SLG Facebook page from time to time.
Here's a brief and incomplete list of things I've been meaning to write about but just haven't gotten around to lately:
- The amazing selection of Halloween goodies at Spirit stores this year.
- The haunts I've visited this year (so far, Universal HHN, the Halloween Harvest Festival at Pierce College and the Empty Grave).
- My newly rekindled love of rollercoasters, which are so much more terrifying to me than mazes and haunted houses.
- Nicholas McCarthy's The Pact and At the Devil's Door.
- ScareLA, which I can't believe was all the way back in AUGUST.
- The Houses October Built (loved it) and the Haunters documentary (can't wait for it).
- My feelings on "extreme haunts," i.e. San Diego's infamous McKamey Manor.
Maybe some spooky day I'll actually get around to some of it...
Until then, enjoy this beautiful October. I know I will.