So… I’m trying to accomplish a lot this October. Here’s the low down on that: Which means, since I am finishing up illustrations for a book that’s coming out very soon, keeping up with my video and blog uploading schedules, etc etc. I’ve fallen behind on my […]
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
That magical time of the year is finally upon us! October! Which means Halloween everyday, #Inktober art everywhere, and for our little tribe, a happy upkick in Haikuesday enthusiasm. This month, I will be sharing my Horror Circus themed Inktober creations everyday on my social media accounts, so […]
Ok, I know it’s not even Halloween yet… But this anthology sounded so cool I couldn’t pass up hosting a little poem and feature for this book. 😉 In today’s guest post from Jena Baxter we will be treated with a little poetry, a bit about Jena’s upcoming […]
Today I am literally uploading this from the airport before boarding a plane back to CT. I’m super excited to edit the vlog of ArtPrize to share my trip with you! But until then, let’s see what mischief the Phobia Friends are up to today. To Inspire You […]
Dawn of the Dead (1978): Remembering George A. Romero’s Greatest Film Guest Blog by Thomas S. Flowers Francine Parker: They’re still here. Stephen: They’re after us. They know we’re still in here. Peter: They’re after the place. They don’t know why; they just remember. Remember that they […]
Friday the 13th 3D: 36 Years in the Making Guest Blog by Thomas S. Flowers As a horror fan I feel rather fortunate that so many of my favorite thrillers released on the year of my birth. A quick Google re-search will reveal a VHS candy store of […]
Q: What kind of supernatural research do you do, and how long do you spend researching before beginning a book? A: It depends on the book. But I believe that especially when I’m writing something magical, basing the magic on real, historical systems makes the stories seem more […]
September 17th marks the beginning of Halloween festivities here on HorrorMade! We are going to have a month and a half run of guest posts, poetry, and books galore to celebrate the season of pumpkin spice and socially acceptable batwing shirts! Today’s guest post contains some poetry and […]
Hello my friends and welcome! Today is… kind of a lot. Emotionally, politically and environmentally, isn’t it? But rather than focus too much on the truly horrific, I’d like to share something playfully horrific that could use our help to promote it. Today’s Haikuesday art is inspired by […]
So, my YouTube channel blew up in a good way these past two weeks. I went from almost 300 subscribers to over 2,000! So to celebrate and share my gratitude I created a big collage of my subscribers turned into scary butterflies. I know there’s a few of […]