Disclaimer: This author and I share a publisher, and I consider her a good friend. However, I purchased this short story for full price. “Method Writing” is one of those short stories that covers characters and events that deserve to be a novel. However, it is the rare sort of writer who knows that sometimesContinue reading “Review: “Method Writing” by K.W. Taylor”
Congratulations to fellow RDSP author Kristin Dearborn on the amazing cover! This is definitely one of those books that make me go, “I’m not one for reading horror, but…” Can’t wait to read this!
This Saturday in Xenia, Ohio, Bluejacket Books is hosting three Dog Star Books authors for readings, signings, and a bit of Q&A! Today the spotlight is switching over to the newest Dog Star Books author, K.W. Taylor. (Note the way the air seems to shimmer and glow about her. But don’t let the halo foolContinue reading “Dog Star Books Author Spotlight: K.W. Taylor”
I took a film genre course in college, and wrote an entire research paper on the evolution of vampires in film. No knowledge is ever wasted, so with a little more work, I was able to write a (much shorter) essay on the evolution of vampires in popular fiction. SF Signal was lovely enough toContinue reading “SF Signal hosts my blog post about vampires in popular fiction!”
I am so excited to be attending DogCon IV this weekend, the annual convention hosted by my phenomenal publishing company, Raw Dog Screaming Press. This will be the third DogCon I’ve attended, and both previous events have been a blast. With the fantastic line-up of activities planned for this weekend, this DogCon will be right upContinue reading “DogCon IV this weekend in Philadelphia!”
Thanks for joining me as I continue the tour of my new Web site! The next tab at the top of the page I’d like to discuss is named “Books.” I only have two fiction publications so far. But they’re both pretty epic, so you’ll have to excuse the short list. In 2014, a friendContinue reading “In Which We Discuss Why We’re All Really Here”