is Women In Horror Month.
To celebrate, I'm participating in the
Women In Horror Month Blog Talks.
Today, I'm hosting two lovely authors who discuss
their favorite women of horror.
I'll have two other posts this week
in honor of women who write about the darker side,
so I hope you'll stop back.
Today's discussion topic: Favorite Women in Horror.
My first guest today is author Dina Rae.
Dina Rae has penned 6 books with a 7th on the way. Her themes revolve around conspiracy NWO paranormal, and aliens. The Best Seller is her latest release.
There are so many amazing women of horror. Anne Rice is the first woman to come to mind. Her novels are dizzying, over-detailed, and at times hard to follow, but the stories are so rich with history, intrigue, and imagination. My favorite actress of horror is Jamie Lee Curtiss-no one holds a candle to her in Halloween. I also love Jessica Lange in American Horror Story. Where was she last season? I miss her enough to stop watching the show. One of my favorite characters in a horror movie has to be Charlize Theron's character in Devil's Advocate. She plays the wife-gone-crazy as husband transforms. I also loved Emmanuelle Seigner in The Ninth Gate. She played the perfect Lucifer.
DRAWING: Leave a comment and you’re entered to win 1 signed copy of Love, Lust, and Voodoo or 1 signed copy of The Best Seller. Shipping to U.S. address only.
My second guest is author Audrey Brice.
Audrey Brice writes paranormal thrillers, mysteries, and horror stories where spirits, demons, and occult practitioners are both heroes and villains.
Dana Reed (author) - She was the first female occult-horror author I ever read and her stories inspired me to be myself and to not be afraid to write the weird, twisted, and crazy things I write. Her book Sister Satan was the reason I didn't eat hamburgers for ten years. Her books are among the few I will re-read, and whenever I lend them, I always have to replace them. She is amazing. My favorite Dana Reed title is Margo.
GIVEAWAY: Everyone who signs up for my newsletter on my website in February will be entered in a drawing to win a Thirteen Covens ebook, or a copy of the audiobook A Rising Damp.
Thank you Dina and Audrey for stopping by, discussing your favorite women in horror and your giveaway.
A big thank you to Wendy Howard for organizing this wonderful Women In Horror Month Event!