Hello, all! This is the fourth and final episode celebrating Women in Horror Month. Even though the time has passed - we have entered Women in History Month, and horrible women (ahem!) make history that much more, scary.
Tonight we bring back the Author Yani for another story from her Tales from the Beyond collection. She's an Amazon best-selling author of five 5-star novels. Her "A Thug's Redemption" series, landed her a well-deserved spot in the top 20 of African-American Fiction-Urban Life category. I'm very pleased to present this tale, titled "Revenge of the Necromancer". This urban horror story takes on the challenges of modern teens: bullying, feeling and being different, self-worth, the maturation process, and zombies.
Horrible hugs and many thanks to you Yani for such an awesome story! I hope to see more of Lydia in the future.
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Monstrous love + sweet screams....Rhys
Welcome to the third episode celebrating Women in Horror Month. Yes, we're late getting this to everyone but fortunately, that will not be stopping me. February is a short month but hurrah, March is Women's History Month and so I will proceed.
This week's author is Andrea Van Scoyoc aka the Bohemian Celt. She is a most accomplished creator, wonderfully zen and dark - quite the combo. From tonight's book bio, she is a force of nature. Hails as one of the most talented, yet twisted female authors in history, she has carved (more like devastated) a path through genres most often dominated by men. She is also a multiple-time best seller and award winner. She writes, has her own YouTube show: From Zen to Zombies, is a filmmaker and spins as DJ Mistress Macabre. Wow, huh?
Her book Whispers - Short and Sadistic Stories for the Dark at Heart is our feature this evening.
Many thanks Andy for sharing your talent with us all. You are an amazing storyteller, my friend.
If you want to know more about Andy follow her on twitter @bohemiancelt
Thank you all for listening and please know how welcome and appreciated you are to me.
Until next time dear fiends, sweet screams - Rhys