Tag Archives: Suspense

Book Review: Stories from the Underworld, by Johanna K. Pitcairn

I am weird. I enjoy what I do. There’s nothing better than this. Such a beautiful gift. I live far away from people. Kidding. New York City is an exquisite playground, but you knew this already. It’s really easy to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Chasing Amanda, by Melissa Foster

It had been a cool October evening. Molly had left Walmart with an armful of groceries. She popped open the trunk and threw the bags in, trying to ignore the little girl’s screams coming from the black minivan two cars … Continue reading

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The Span

I don’t remember what it was that drove me from the dry shelter and the fireplace of my home out into the misty evening; some unbidden restlessness that wouldn’t be denied, I think. 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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