Women in Horror Month – Red Lagoe

AUTHOR BIO: Red Lagoe grew up on 80s horror and carried her paranoia of slashers and sewer creatures into adulthood. She often spends several hours a day spewing her horror-ridden mind onto the page. When she’s not writing, she is substituting at the elementary school like a normal upstanding citizen. Red also enjoys amateur astronomy and can be found lingering in the inky shadows for a better view of the stars.  AUTHOR Q&A: 1.  When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer? RL:  There was no sudden moment of realization. I’ve always enjoyed creating art. And I … Continue reading Women in Horror Month – Red Lagoe

Women in Horror Month – Angel Gelique

AUTHOR BIO: Angel Gelique is a mother, wife and recovering attorney from Long Island, New York.  Author of the disturbing Hillary  series, Angel enjoys exploring the dark regions of her imagination and incorporating the horrors therein within her books.  As gruesome as her horror novels are, Angel does not limit her writing to horror.  Her debut novel, Mother, is an emotionally-charged young adult story about a tumultuous mother/daughter relationship and she has even written a romantic comedy, Yesterday vs. Tomorrow. Called “The Queen of Gore” (with good reason), Angel’s horror stories tend to be extreme and depraved so please read and heed the warnings.   Angel … Continue reading Women in Horror Month – Angel Gelique

Women in Horror Month – Cécile Guillot

AUTHOR BIO: When Cécile is not busy doing vintage shopping, saving cats or drinking tea, she writes stories. She likes to navigate between different genres and atmospheres… Horror, Gothic or Chick-lit and children’s fiction. Reading her books is like a journey into a curiosity cabinet, sometimes dark, sometimes sweet. AUTHOR Q&A: When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer? CG:  I sent a short story for an anthology – just for fun – and the publisher loved it and decided to publish it. It was a big surprise and it made me want to write more and … Continue reading Women in Horror Month – Cécile Guillot

Women in Horror Month – Kerry E.B. Black

AUTHOR BIO: Kerry E.B. Black writes from a butter-yellow bungalow sinking into a swamp along the Allegheny River. This lover of fairy tales attended Penn State University and has worked several “day jobs” to support her writing habit, including journalist, membership and event coordinator, horse groomer, karate instructor, waitress, and pharmacy tech. Hobbies of this confirmed bibliophile include world travel, costume design, archery, gaming, and of course reading. AUTHOR Q&A: When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer? KB:  I’ve always been both a reader and a writer, so I suppose it was bowing to the inevitable.  … Continue reading Women in Horror Month – Kerry E.B. Black

Women in Horror Month – Catherine Cavendish

AUTHOR BIO: Cat first started writing when someone thrust a pencil into her hand. Unfortunately as she could neither read nor write properly at the time, none of her stories actually made much sense. However as she grew up, they gradually began to take form and, at the tender age of nine or ten, she sold her dolls’ house, and various other toys to buy her first typewriter – an Empire Smith Corona. She hasn’t stopped bashing away at the keys ever since, although her keyboard of choice now belongs to her laptop.   The need to earn a living … Continue reading Women in Horror Month – Catherine Cavendish