A Month in a Writer’s Life – October 2018

As the year comes close to an end, I feel like I’m finally regaining my footing. I never expected that the move across the States that happened back in March would affect me so much and for so long, but it also came with a few other changes in my life, including starting to work more intensively as a freelancer. So the process of “getting back to the routine” was constantly disrupted, and whenever I felt like I was just getting there, something else came up. I’m still behind a few things, and I have little hope to catch up, but I’m doing my best moving forward. Continue reading “A Month in a Writer’s Life – October 2018”

4 Horror Movies I’d Watch Again

Let’s make something clear: I’m not a horror fan. I don’t get grossed out by flying intestines, but watching gore most often than not bores me. At the same time, the atmospheric, fear-instilling scenes tend to annoy me. After all, there are only two options: either something will jump out or not. And since those scenes consist only from slow exploring or long shots and silence with nothing else to carry them through, I tend to catch myself muttering, “Get to the point already!” I don’t mind a slower pace in a movie narration, but whenever it feels like a drag, my mood is lost. Continue reading “4 Horror Movies I’d Watch Again”

All My Halloweens

halloweenI was born in a country where Halloween tradition doesn’t exist, so I missed all the candy-collecting fun as a child, but the holiday itself had always seemed mesmerizing to me, especially in its darker and spookier way. The lanterns in the dark, the ghosts wandering between this world and another… What’s there for a speculative writer to not like? Continue reading “All My Halloweens”

Halloween Drabble Anthology

FGW_Halloween_drabbleMy drabble “They Just Love Halloween” is a part of newly released drabble anthology “Jack-o’-Lantern Tales of Treats and Tricks”. The collection was made in a collaboration of Fiction Writers Group from Facebook and is available as an ebook. It can be downloaded for free in PDF format from the Writers Anarchy website or bought as MOBI from Amazon.com.

If you are looking for spooky one hundred words anthology, you sure are in for a treat: Vengeance-seeking ghosts, creatures beneath the stairs, heartache and grief, and the joy of young children’s trick-or-treating exist side-by-side in this drabble collection. Written specifically with a Hallowe’en theme by members of Fiction Writers Group, the stories in this anthology come from authors across the globe, and span a wide variety of genres. Open a page and join us in celebrating Hallowe’en!