Finding Your Door: The Importance of Queer Representation in the Wayward Children Series

I’m really excited to share that I recently had an article featured on the website of one of my favorite writers (and humans in general), Stephanie M. Wytovich! I’ve included Stephanie’s THE APOCALYPTIC MANNEQUIN dark poetry collection on my blog before, so being asked to contribute to her blog for Pride Month has been such … Continue reading

NEW: Spellcraft – A Witchy DIY Embroidery Kit Collection!

I’m very excited to announce that my first ever DIY Embroidery Kit collection is officially in my shop & available to purchase as of this morning! I’ve been working on this idea for awhile, and am so happy to be able to share off my love of all things crafty – whether that’s witchcraft, or … Continue reading

The Big Book of Horror Authors: A Coloring & Activity Book – DETAILS!

If you’ve been following me on social media this year, you may have seen me talk about this project – but hang with me while I rehash it for everyone else! Late last year, I had the idea to create a horror author coloring book that I could make to feature some of my favorite … Continue reading

Top 10 Episodes of Are You Afraid of the Dark?

I’ve always loved spooky things, ever since I was a little kid. My parents were relatively young when they had me, so I probably watched a lot of stuff as a child that wasn’t appropriate for my age group (Beavis & Butthead was a regular thing for evening entertainment with my dad, lol) – so … Continue reading

Etsy Product Spotlight: New DIY Embroidery Kits

I love arts & crafts. I have a billion different crafty hobbies ’cause I have so much fun creating and making things, and one of my favorite more recently-acquired hobbies that I started doing over the last year has been embroidery. The different stitches and patterns you can do are so much fun, and the … Continue reading

4 Books That Made Me Cry Harder Than I’d Like to Admit

Are you an emotional media consumer? I seem to be weirdly fueled by things that hurt me, and I’ve noticed that even with my own writing, my aim as the writer seems to be to inflict emotional pain somehow. I’d think I was broken for it, if some of my favorite authors didn’t also do … Continue reading