Interview with PromoteHorror

To kick off the last day of black history and women in horror month, here’s another interview I’ve done with Promote Horror, courtesy of Women In Horror month. I talk about what a ‘Woman In Horror’ month means to me, where I think the future of women in horror is headed, and more. 😊

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Author Interview

Check out my 2nd interview of 2018 with Jim McLeod, owner of Ginger Nuts Of Horror, UK’s number one independent horror review website. Here, I talk about my writing process, my influences, the anthology Black Magic Woman and what I’m working on next, and much more! Link is here. Enjoy!:

Author Interview!

I’m pleased to announce my latest writing interview with the lovely, amazing, and super talented writer Sumiko Saulson! We discuss my latest venture into writing a novel titled, “Decency Defiled” and the short story it’s based off of, how I got started writing horror, and myself being featured in the “100 Black Women in Horror” list!! I can honestly say my smile hasn’t been bigger! What a great ending to 2017 so far 🙂

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Author Spotlight Interview: Tabitha Thompson

Check out my newest author interview!! 🙂

Books and More

Where are you from? Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Born and raised.

How many books have you written? Which is your favorite? I don’t have any books out yet but am hoping to have one this year.

Do you recall how your interest in writing originated? It started when I was about five years old. I remember writing about a girl using a magic calculator to solve her math problems. It was horrible of course but soon after that for some reason I fell in love with story telling.

What are your current projects? I am writing several pieces for Sinister Grin Press, Sirens Call Publications and Play With Death Publications. All of which I hope gets published. Yes, I am a busy girl 🙂

What books have most influenced your life most? On Writing by Stephen King, The Chosen by Edward Lee, Dark Lover by J.R. Ward and Off Season by…

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