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Just because I imagine it doesn’t mean it’s not real, does it? Continue reading

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Outlining The Unseen

This highlights another great passion of mine as far as writing goes: turning stereotypes on their head. I find a great deal of pleasure in letting a reader’s expectation be set by common bias, so I can flip it over and show something real about the character. Continue reading

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Prologue to The Nephilim–(First Draft)

“That’s odd,” he mused as he felt the child’s cranium, then it’s back, then the fingers and toes, although he didn’t appear to be counting. Phoebe winced inwardly as he inspected his spawn, half expecting him to crush its skull in his fist. “It appears completely human.” Continue reading

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What Is Supernatural Suspense?

When I began the work on my first novel project, The Unseen, the question of genre came up. I struggled a little with this question, as I felt there was no genre yet existed that could accurately describe the novel. Continue reading

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