Tim Curry invited me to take part in a Hallowe’en podcast with several other authors, each of us reading something we felt fit the season.
Hallowe’en is celebratory to me and mine, and I didn’t think that’s what Tim had in mind.
I have written horror, though.
No, not written horribly (okay, maybe, and I’m getting better (I hope)), and not quite of horrible things (although some of my work is dark, I’ll grant you), so that set me off on a search.
I came up with two things. The first, shared last week, is a concatenation of two chapters in The Shaman, each of which deals with a succubatic kind of creature, Ellewomen. That post is, strangely enough, entitled “The Ellewomen.”
This one, Them Doore Girls, is from a horror story first published in Haunts 1992 and again in my self-published Tales Told Round Celestial Campfires 2016.
FYI, the sound quality is wanting. I find it best through headphones.
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