Do you love visiting creepy places with a rich history? If yes, then Williamsburg in Virginia is one of the best places to visit. It has been a witness to both Civil and American Wars, making it a popular spot for those who are looking for a strange […]
I am a little bit of many things. A blogger about books and horror, an artist, a YouTuber, a filmmaker, and amateur author.
Here are a few of my many endeavors:
HorrorMade.com - horror blog for reviews, interviews, artwork and more.
YouTube.com/HauntingTelevision - home to my web-series, video reviews and play troughs of media's horror genre.
TwistedBubbleBooks.com - Sci-Fi and Fantasy books, reviews, art and more. (still in the process of being built)
Jeanette-art.blogspot.com - my personal adventures in film-making and the world of art. This can currently still be found on jeanette-art.blogspot.com
I am so excited to introduce you all to this month’s featured artist, Samuel Bazdresch. Sam has a wicked way with oil paints I think you’re all going to adore. (I know I’m in love with his humor and skill already). Sam is a St. Louis based artist […]
Hello Friends and welcome back to another cozy Horror Haikuesday. For today’s inspiration we are locked in a room with no way out except for the hints given to us by today’s guest poets, the creators of the Texas Podcast Massacre, Mitch, Nate, and Lisa! Texas Podcast Massacre […]
Hello my friends! It’s another wonderful Haikuesday. Today we get to welcome a new guest artist whom we already know their frequent contributions on Twitter as @selkiemade. Well, our friend Celkie Leigh is not only a poet, but an artist as well. So today I would like share […]
Today we have guest author, Daniel Foytik, visiting us from The Lift Podcast. What is The Lift? Oh, you’re in for a treat. The Lift is a short story format podcast where the stories revolve around a mysterious building with a little girl named Victoria appearing inside. It […]
Today we have artwork from a 14 year old artist hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA. Her name? She goes by “The Big Bad Bonnie.” TBBB works almost entirely in MSPaint for her artwork. (Which I can tell you is incredibly difficult. Imagine trying to write a full novel […]
Where I am right now the heat is a relentless vengeful force, soaking into me before the sun even rises. Where today’s guest author is, winter has arrived and the bite in the air is nibbling at noses and toeses. Today is our last poem in the series […]
Welcome back poet Benjamin Blake! Last week Benjamin shared his poem, Indian Burial Grounds with us. This week he’s leading us on a trip into the bizarre with a visit to the Vortex Club. To Inspire You: Vortex Club Wrapped in red curtain Only the polished toes of […]
Welcome back to another Horror Haikuesday! For the last few weeks we’ve had some guest artists on the blog and next up we have a guest poet! Say hello to Benjamin Blake. Ben is joining us from New Zealand with some longer form poetry exploring the haunted repercussions […]
Today I’m thrilled to be sharing the work of the extremely talented comic artist Alex Murd. Alex is one half of a duo of creators making Murd Comics. (James Murd, also a hella talented creator, is the other half). The piece from today is from their original series, […]