I’m lucky, most of the interviews I’ve been to have been relatively gentle things, not the descent into psychological hell that some of my friends have endured. If you have any horror interview stories I’d love to hear them in the comments.
I’m rewriting a chunk of novel. I’m not sure why I decided to do this when I have less than a month left before I have to hand it in. I can only guess that I have deep rooted self hatred and I need to see myself suffer. Still, it’s one of the parts where things go bad for the protagonist and both magic and monsters are involved so it’s a fun thing to write. I just need to drink another seven cups of coffee and I should be good to go.
My Lovecraftian book mention this week The Sea of Ash by Scott Thomas. It’s been published by the Lovecraft Ezine and has a forward by Mike Davis. It follows three men in three different centuries as they explore a very twisted New England.
Until next time Fhtagnauts; may your enemies only find coconut jellybeans in their Halloween sweets.