I’ve been following Tamara for a while now, and every time I come across one of her poems, I can’t help but smile. Her work seems driven by wanderlust, and has a certain “wandering-but-not-lost” quality that I can’t get enough of. Each line gingerly tastes the unknown, exploring the unforeseen. “She wanted to see the … More Tamara Talks
Today is the day, my friends. It’s finally here! A loving mother returned from the grave. A vampire fallen prey to her own kind. A young girl who can set the night aflame. These are the whispered stories of the night’s darkest creatures. Zombies, werewolves, ghosts, and other things that never found a name; this … More It’s finally here…
Proud to present the cover of my upcoming collection, Whispers! Whispers, my first full length story collection, will include my two available short stories, The Motel Room and Whispering Peak, as well as nine other paranormal and horror stories to chill you to the bone. Look for it on Amazon this month!
Another review for The Motel Room – Thank you so much Lindsey! Her Story Arc Last week I clutched my iPad closely to my chest after reading the last words of “The Motel Room” by Alyssa Cooper. My eyes brimmed with tears, but I couldn’t let myself cry. It was a rainy day, and I … More A ghost, a wife, a motel room: bring on the tears
“Lisa’s hushed tones, and her narrow eyes that dart across the room, say it all – this is dangerous territory. We must be careful no one hears. This heavy secret, our feminine reality that women frequently struggle with one another, cannot be exposed. The bitter truth that women can be absurdly cruel to other women.” … More Women Behaving Badly
Another review for The Motel Room, which is free today on Amazon! Thanks Louise =)
Hey everyone! Just had a couple of quick announcements: My second self-published ebook, Whispering Peak, is available now for only $0.99! Get your copy now! Don’t forget, you don’t need a Kindle to read Kindle ebooks – simply download one of their free reading apps here. I read all my Kindle books right on my … More Short Stories, free and .99 cents!
I recently had the pleasure of acquainting myself with Louise Collins, a twenty-something year old writer from Bristol with a very important story to tell. “Depression consumed my life taking me with it and this is the story of why. I struggled to tell some people why I had fallen down a rabbit hole that I … More Nonfiction Girl-Trash Fairy-Tale