Archive | Gordath Wood

17 June 2014 ~ 0 Comments

My encounter with Slender Man

Forty years ago, a “friend” and her gang tried to kill me. Memory is a funny thing. A lot of things could have happened that night. It could have all been made up. They could have lost their nerve. I could be remembering it all wrong. What happened was this: my mom trusted her gut, […]

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08 June 2014 ~ 3 Comments

“A Tiny Feast” by Chris Adrian should be nominated for the World Fantasy Award

Chris Adrian’s novel The Great Night is on my to-read list. I can’t believe I just found out about it; Adrian wrote one of my very favorite stories, “A Tiny Feast,” and The Great Night is a further expansion of this remarkable and poignant story. I’m so looking forward to going back into his world. […]

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01 June 2014 ~ 0 Comments

All I want for Christmas is….strong female characters

Author’s note: I got nostalgic for some of my old observations, so I’m replaying them this month. Yes, it’s June. But strong female characters never go out of style. When I set about writing Gordath Wood, I wanted a strong main character who was realistic at the same time. Lynn Romano is the type of […]

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