Real Haunted Houses: The Pink Palace

You can’t miss The Pink Palace. Mainly because, as its name suggests, it’s completely pink. The house can be found on the southern end of St. James Court in Louisville, a street with Victorian mansions lining left and right and with a beautiful park area. The History Looking at the architecture of this pink three-story Victorian mansion, it has reminiscents […]

Real Haunted Houses: Sauer Castle

Located at 935 Shawnee Road in Kansas City, the Sauer Castle was once the residence of Anton Sauer. Sauer had married his wife Francesca at age eighteen in Vienna, Austria. They had five children together: Gustave, Anthony Philip, Julius, Emil and Johanna. In 1858, they decided to move to New York City to be closer to Anton’s mother and sisters who […]

TV Series Review: The Frankenstein Chronicles

The Frankenstein Chronicles feels like a mix of Penny Dreadful, that delicious, creepy Victorian supernatural drama that ultimately was one of the best shows to ever grace my TV screen, and Ripper Street, another atmospheric, tense historical series set during the Jack the Ripper murders in London. Here, in The Frankenstein Chronicles, viewers are treated to a mix of murder […]

Real Haunted Houses: Cedar Grove Mansion

The Cedar Grove Mansion located in Vicksburg, Mississippi, is a striking antebellum mansion that has, unfortunately, seen its fair share of tragedy. The History The house was originally built by John Alexander Klein, an intelligent young man who made his fortune in banking, cotton and lumber. In 1840, he commissioned the built of the house while courting Elizabeth Bartley Day. […]

Author Interview Sanctuary

Author Interview When did you know you wanted to be an author? Jeeze, so far back I can hardly remember. It goes all the way back to when I was a little kid sitting in my fifth grade class with a notebook writing Harvest Moon fanfictions. I remember once writing a horror story (albiet a terrible one) and binding it […]

TV Series Review: Re-Mind

The concept of Re-Mind is strange and eerie, but the TV series delivers this concept really, really well. With thirteen episodes in the first season, and a Netflix Original, you’re ready for at least a few nights of entertainment with this rare gem. I’m always amazed by how well Asian series manage to captivate their audience, and establish a mystery […]

Thunderclap Campaign for Ghost Slayer

My publisher has set up a Thunderclap campaign for my upcoming release, Ghost Slayer. For a limited itme, Ghost Slayer is available for just $0.99 as a pre-order deal. The Thunderclap campaign, however, could use some report as it’s currently stuck at 164 out of 250 supported… If you’re not familiar with Thunderclap, you can support by allowing Thunderclap to […]

Real Haunted Houses: Woodruff Fontaine House

The Woodruff-Fontaine House is a historical building located at 680 Adams Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee. Currently a museum where you can even go on ghost tours, and a wedding venue, it was once a family home. The History The house was constructed on behalf of Amos Woodruff, the owner of a successful carriage business. Construction began in 1870 and was […]

Monthly Goals March 2018

Where has the month gone? It seems like just yesterday, it was still February… And now, it’s already March! Here’s a rundown of my goals for March: Write a short story a week. This week already counts for that, which means  5 stories this month! Write two blog posts on my blog per week. Total: 0/8. Rewrite / Revise Allegro […]