Announcing 31 Days of Wicked Ghost Stories
Halloween is fast approaching and in honor of the spooktacular month, both Tim and I will be posting up scary stories, haunted places and eve our own views on frightening classics. I for one and really excited about doing this and look forward to scaring myself silly reading up on some of the scariest places in world.
Tim and I will be alternating days with our stories. Tomorrow I kick of the 31 days with Winchester Mystery House. So stay tuned for some amazing and off the wall stories, legends and mysteries.
In other news, I would like to personally congratulate Jennifer Hudock and James Melzer on their recent engagement. I woke up to find my twitter/facebook all a flutter with the news. I’m really excited for these two. Jennifer is a podcast novelist for The Goblin Market, a truly unique and inspiring story that leaves you wanting more at the end of each podcast. James is a podcast novelist as well who has made a number of appearances in my blogs as I am a total fangirl of his novel The Zombie Chronicles: Escape; which is due to hit the shelves of bookstores sometime early next year. I wish both of you the best and look forward to the awesome zombie wedding next Halloween!
I’d also like to take a minute to tell you about a contest that Jennifer is having. This is a really simple contest to enter. Email Jen six words and if chosen, she’ll take them and turn them in a poem that you inspired. She’s really looking for a challenge so pick some good ones.
Once again James, Jen, congrats on the engagement. I’ll see you both in October 2010!
Keep it real and rockin’
To start, I have to offer a congratulations to James and Jenny. I was in between page layouts on the paper, and took a brain break to check twitter. Low and behold I see James’ tweet. I was pleasantly surprised. And then I had to get back to work. Once again, congrats you two!
As for what Zodi mentioned, yes! 31 Days of Ghosts, to steal a title from a horror movie. Ghost stories a plenty are lined up. From the Phantom Light of St. Louis, Saskatchewan to the old Fort San Sanitorium in the Qua’ppelle Valley. Also, reviews of horror movies and slasher flicks, and some information about a few horror novelists. There will be some familiar names, I’ll say that much.
So join us for the ride. 31 Days of Ghosts!
Until next time…
…keep ‘em flyin’!