Don’t Sleep On The Killer Sofa!

What a difference a few months make! It’s like we’ve been dropped in the middle of a SyFy original movie. Doesn’t it feel like sharks could rain down at any moment?

What I’ve been up to:

  • Publishing a print edition of The Next Girl & Other Lesbian Tales. It’s available via Amazon and includes a brand new story.
  • Updated this website a bit. New theme, new options. I’m still tinkering with the design.
  • Putting the finishing touches on my first novel, a mystery. More info about that soon.
  • Watching lots of movies. Some comedy horror. D’Argento. 60s/70s British horror. Give me a bunch of strange people trapped on a remote estate and I’m happy.
  • Beefed up my podcast roster. They helped me get through the office day and these work-from-home days.
  • Trying to work up the courage to make a cake from scratch.
  • Observing the birds in the bushes outside.

As for the title of this post? Well, it is good advice.

Tuesday Terror: Horror Potluck #3

horrorexpressHorror Express (1972)
Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing and a mysterious creature on a train. Telly Savalis pops up, too. Think Murder On The Orient Express dipped in a coating of blood. To say more would ruin all the wonderful little surprises in this classic horror.


beastinthecellar.jpgBeast In The Cellar (1971)
Two sisters fear that a series of murders at a nearby military base is linked to a secret hiding in the basement. This is a family drama that unfolds with a horrific, murderous mystery as the backdrop. The title appears to give the plot away but that’s only part of the story.


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