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I am an imperfect person. I like to think that I give new meaning to the seven deadly sins, and therefore, it’s no surprise that I chose to write my first novel exploring them. But speaking of books, I have a dark dirty secret I want to share with you—well, I have many of them if I’m going to be perfectly honest, but you’ll read more about them when BROTHEL comes out later this year. Anyways! T here are five books like I like to say that I’ve read, when truth be told, I honestly haven’t. Mind you, there used to be seven books, but I finally read Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk and Slaugherhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut last year. Phew! Look at me atoning for my sins...   So here's the countdown folks. I'm hoping to knock a handful of these off my TBR list this year, but I'm a read-by-the-seat-of-my-pants type of gal, so I make no promises. 1.       American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis I know, I know. This one is probably a cardinal sin for me, but cut me some s

The Best Horror of the Year, Vol. 8

I am beyond flattered, honored, and excited to have my story "The 21st Century Shadow" included in Ellen Datlow's anthology: The Best Horror of the Year, Volume 8. A big thank you to Doug Murano and D Alexander Ward for being fantastic editors on this piece and for first including it in the Shadows Over Main Street anthology. The Best Horror of the Year Volume 8 cover art and the Table of Contents, in order. We Are All Monsters Here by Kelley Armstrong Universal Horror by Stephen Graham Jones Slaughtered Lamb by Tom Johnstone In a Cavern, In a Canyon by Laird Barron Between the Pilings by Steve Rasnic Tem Snow by Dale Bailey Indian Giver by Ray Cluley My Boy Builds Coffins by Gary McMahon The Woman in the Hill by Tamsyn Muir Underground Economy by John Langan The Rooms Are High by Reggie Oliver All the Day You’ll Have Good Luck by Kate Jonez Lord of the Sand by Stephen Bacon Wilderness by Letitia Trent Fabulous Beasts by Priya Sharma Descent by Carm