Short Travels

  • August 26, 2019
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I went to a wedding in Delaware, a four-hour drive away. The terrain was flat. I mean cornfield flat, with houses and short, squat buildings barely touching the wide, wide sky. Very different from New York City.

By the time I got to the hotel, it was dark. So it wasn’t until the next morning when I looked out my window that I realized that a little cemetery resided on the other side of the parking lot. It looked odd, resting on a small plot of land while a bustling commercial strip raced by.

I loved the incongruence of it all.

And though the cemetery was quiet and peaceful, what if my mind imagined something more lurid? Well, welcome to my world.


A Mini Vacation

  • August 12, 2019
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Getting ready to head out of state for a few days to attend a wedding. Have a good week!

Why is Writing Evil So Much Fun?

  • August 04, 2019
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I’m editing a friend’s novella in the horror genre and what strikes me most is the passiveness of good. (I haven’t finished it yet so that might change but overall, in horror stories, evil has the most gleeful power.)

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