It’s the 9th Annual Women in Horror Month, and I’m proud be be helping celebrate it over at writer, poet, and blogger Fiona Cooke Hogan‘s Facebook page. She’s promoting some of my more female-centric stories, including The Echo Girl, today, Sunday, February 11th, which I’m really excited about because she’s been knocking it out of the park promoting Women in Horror this last week, including Lily Luchesi, Samantha Gregory, Baileigh HigginsJoanne Van Leerdam, Nikki Landis, and Camilla Voiez and I know she’s got quite the roster set up for the rest of the month. So head on over to her page,, or her blog at and check out her stuff! And for even more on Women in Horror, check out of course!

As to my part, here’s the description of my latest Youtube upload:

A magazine writer begins to see his lost love in his apartment, at work and in his car and he can’t figure out if she is a dream, memory or delusion–and then he begins to see other versions of her. Did she ever really exist? And what is she now? Who or what is the Echo Girl? A science-fiction/horror romance influenced by Asimov, Bradbury, Ellison and Niven, drawing from the writer’s own personal struggles of the last two years, including divorce and depression, the Echo Girl is a slow burn that amps into a brain teasing thriller and ends in an unsettling twist. Includes poems “I am the End” and “This Author’s Corpse Vow” and flash fictions “We Found it in the Forest” and “Cut Off.”

I’m celebrating the one year anniversary of the paperback release of The Echo Girl today (the digital release anniversary was back in November of 2016), with a slew of new Echo Girl art, some fun and games on and with this Time Lapse of the Vampire version of Echo on Youtube! So please check out The Echo Girl at and feel free to like, comment and subscribe to this channel.

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