Rebecca Snow lives in Virginia with a few cats in her house and a ton of monsters in her head. When she's not writing, she does normal stuff like stalking the woods for unearthed creepy dolls and zombie tracks. If you catch her on a good day, she'll bake you cookies.
Yesterday, I drove 2 hours to see a musical. Not just any musical though. I went to see Evil Dead the Musical. Evil Dead? A Musical? Yes. That’s exactly what I wrote. A show full or blood, gore, bad puns, hilarious songs (my favorite? “What the f*ck was that?” the link takes you to a snippet of it) If you like absolute ridiculous spoofy humor, you’ll love this. If you want to see something serious, don’t go. But I enjoyed it. So there.
Another little bit of information I want to share
I didn’t hyperventilate, I didn’t pass out. The event was a success for all those involved. No one exploded. There was a young boy running around with light up shoes. He was sunning full tilt towards random patrons, stopping short, waving his arms and running off to look for his next victim. I’m not out in public that often, so I may have found this a little strange. I was fourth in the first batch and my biggest concern outside of hyperventilating and passing out was that the breeze from the
I should have posted something about this earlier, but…well…maybe I’ve been a bit sideways lately. I did post a link on the events page, so I’m not a total slacker. Here’s the short of it, I’m reading part of a story I wrote on Friday in front of people, so if you want to see me stumble over my own tongue and perhaps pass out, come on out and watch. Keep reading for more details. I’m not the only one reading, and there’ll be music. Oh yeah, it’s at the Hardywood Park Craft Brewery.
I woke up this morning and checked my email. A few months ago, I’d submitted one of my previously published stories for a reprint anthology, and I’d forgotten about it. Waiting in my inbox, I found a nice little message waiting for me. “Thank you for sending us (your story). We think it is a great fit and would like to publish it.” Makes me want to write more.
At the moment though, a health glitch is being tweaked, so I’m writing little things like this post to keep my fingers from fo
I’m happy to say I’ve had another story published. It’s part of a bigger project involving music and fiction. Keep reading below the link for the project’s press release. http://ubercorpbiz.tumblr.com/post/145919844519/welcome-home-by-rebecca-snow
Another Limited Rebellion is proud to present a new collection of short science fiction stories inspired by the classic League of Space Pirates series created by Übercorp Publishing in the early 1960s.
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Between tornado watches and blizzards, it’s been an interesting month. I did post an entry after what seemed like years (oh yeah, it was) of not having much to say. I had a story published, and I’ve been hunting more authors to interview.
Stephen Kozeniewski was kind enough to interview me this month. When returned the answered questions to him, he suggested that I make an Amazon Author Page. Having been out of the loop for a while, I went searching. Low and behold, Amazon seems to ha
I’ve been planning to write a post for about a month, but every time I sit down to do it, I get more ideas than I want and end up getting a headache and taking a walk. I guess I should give a little background as to where I’ve been for the past year and a halfish. I have been (insert eerie music) nowhere and almost everywhere. Fuzzy brain fogs are like that. When your body decides to go a little haywire and you don’t know why, every ounce of focus and attention gets funneled into figuring out
First, the good news. I subbed a story today. It’s a tweaked reprint, but it is a submission. It isn’t that I haven’t been working, it’s just that I’ve been involved in other projects not related as much to writing as I’d like. But actually submitting something again does feel good. Bad news, another story that had been accepted had the publication cancelled. But more good news, a submission call showed up that would be a good fit for the story. So I’
While this would have been more apt for a pre-Christmas post, it’ll just have to do as New Year’s Eve post. My story, “The Secret Ingredient,” was published in Horror Novel Reviews’ Christmas anthology When Red Snow Melts. It’s available for the Kindle and would have made great post-holiday reading, or you can save it for next year. It’ll be waiting…
Earlier this month, one of my stories was published in the anthology Still Hungry for Your Love. “Ashes, Ashes” was chosen from over 200 entries to be published in the book. I can’t say I wasn’t pleased. It’s one of my quieter tales…or mostly quiet. There’s still death, there’s still decay, but an onslaught of zombie hoards there isn’t. It is implied but not experienced. I wrote the story a few years ago for a submission call to another anthology. Aft