Inner Darkness

Christine Sutton

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A little peek into my brain. Mind your step.

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The Plan: A Burkheart Witch Saga Prequel

Posted on October 8, 2015 at 1:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Lou sat on his front porch, rocking slowly in his favorite chair, drinking a bottle of cold beer. He tapped the toe of his cowboy boot on the dusty floor as he watched the couple unpack the contents of their shiny SUV and haul it into the cabin across the lake.

The thirty-something man was tall and thin with a fair bit of muscle, but nothing to write home about. He had that hair that was styled for hours and made to look like he just jumped out of bed. That hair pissed Lou off and made...

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Kayla Burkheart's Fairy Tale Life

Posted on August 22, 2015 at 4:45 AM Comments comments (0)

My name is Kayla Burkheart, and I have a very interesting life. I didn’t used to. I was your garden variety run of the mill alcoholic pill popper. I had no real direction in my life at all. I just wandered between crappy jobs and even crappier friends, looking for any way to dull the pain that I felt inside.

My world changed when I was in my twenties. I was at a bar with some friends that were not very good friends at all. We were celebrating something meaningless, any excuse to ...

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I Am Who I Am

Posted on September 12, 2012 at 12:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Everyone that knows me can tell you that I am the same online as I am

in real life. I am an unapologetic flirt, a big mouth, I have a warped

sense of humor, and I often laugh reflexively when I see people fall

down.


They will...

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The Power of Positivity, or How to Lose a Reader in Ten Ways

Posted on August 2, 2012 at 7:20 AM Comments comments (2)

It seems that everywhere you turn on the internet these days, there is an independent author making total and complete asses out of themselves. I have seen more hissy fits, posturing and downright embarrassing behavior online than most kindergarten teachers see in a year. The biggest problem with that is the fact that many readers are unable or unwilling to distinguish between these authors and the rest of us that are simply trying to do what we love. When the average reader...

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To be, or not to be? That is the question.....

Posted on July 21, 2012 at 3:30 PM Comments comments (0)

I have been arduously working on a new project. I don't have a title, or an outline, or a clear idea of where this story is going. I am flying by the seat of my pant on this one.
The thing is, I really like this story so far. Even though the main character is a whack-job of the highest degree, he is MY whack-job. I have been pouring my heart into creating a person that is violently flawed, and hopefully, mildly sympathetic.
What is sort o...

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Virgin Territory

Posted on July 5, 2012 at 2:25 AM Comments comments (1)

 

So here I am, jumping into the present. I sometimes feel like a bit of a dinosaur, because I am often out of the loop on these new-fangled things like "smart phones" and "blogs" and "podcasts". I still have absolutely no idea what instagram is, and I am not so sure that I want to. Ok, so none of these things are actually new, but like the most dedicated thrift store shopper, I will say that they are new to me.

I am an author of horror; ...

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