Limestone Genre Expo

Registration for the Limestone Genre Expo is now open! Register in advance to save $5 on the admission price! The Limestone Genre Expo is a fun, interactive event for readers and writers of genre fiction in Kingston Ontario, including sci-fi, fantasy, romance, horror, and speculative fiction. I took part last year, and it was amazing … More Limestone Genre Expo

Win a FREE ebook!

What’s your favourite sub-genre of speculative fiction? Answer now and receive a FREE copy of my latest release, Whispers! “Speculative fiction” has become my new favourite term, because it’s dropped a big, cozy blanket over all of my most cherished genres of fiction. But this, of course, raises a Pressing Question: Of all the sub-genres … More Win a FREE ebook!

Pressing Questions

This week, I asked horror fans what is your favourite archetypal horror setting? The mansion on the hill, the haunted psychiatric hospital, the graveyard at night; sometimes, the best character in a horror story is actually the setting. Erzabet kept it simple with her response: I love creepy houses and mental ward stories. While KL … More Pressing Questions

Cover Reveal – Whispers

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!

Whispering Peak Cover Reveal!

It’s finally finished! I’m proud to reveal the cover art for my upcoming $0.99 ebook, Whispering Peak. Look for Whispering Peak on Amazon before the end of April! In the meantime, check out my first self-published title, The Motel Room, available now for only $0.99!  

The month ahead

March is promising to be a busy busy month. Two of my early readers are finished reading through my manuscript for Whispers, and the others are diligently chugging along. It feels good to be able to work on the book myself again, and I have a lot of work ahead of me to implement all … More The month ahead

#5 – A Certain Slant of Light, by Laura Whitcomb

#5 – A Certain Slant of Light, by Laura Whitcomb If always felt that ghost stories are underappreciated in the horror genre – not necessarily under represented, but not celebrated the way that they should be. Readers can find ghosts cliché, but what monster holds more meaning than the living memory of what we used … More #5 – A Certain Slant of Light, by Laura Whitcomb