I know things are crazy-busy for everyone, but don't forget the Winston-Salem Writers and the serial horror novel--Rady.
Chapter five is up, and Stacy Hope Jones takes us deeper into the story and the house where Rady lives ...
The moth was back. This time, not at the window, but just in the room suddenly. He saw it flat on the wall, its pale wings flattened out, barely seen. It looked like a ghostly white eye staring him down from the wall across from his bed, by the crucifix hung there by his Grandma. [READ MORE]
Best keep up, because the tale is winding down and when it's done, I'll be speaking on October 5, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. at the Forsyth County Public Library, 660 West Fifth St., Winston-Salem, NC. The event is open to the public, and I'll be talking about publication, horror, fantasy, and of course Miserere: An Autumn Tale. I have also been persuaded to share some snippets from my current work in progress The Garden.
So if you're free that night, drop in and visit with us. I'd love to meet you.