THE SMOKING POET: BAD APPLE sends “shiver of delightful creepiness up and down the spine”; interview sheds light on book’s real locations
The Smoking Poet, which published my short story “Incident at Dark Acres” in its Winter 2010-2011 Issue #17, has given Bad Apple Read the rest of this entry
The Smoking Poet’s Zinta Aistars recently gave Skeletons in the Swimmin’ Hole—Tales from Haunted Disney World an in-depth review, noting that the stories “are imaginative, and each one, in its own way, left me squirming a bit in discomfort as ghost stories should…If horror isn’t exactly my favorite genre, certainly not my area of expertise, I respect the skill it requires to craft stories that have a haunting quality—whether of light or of shadow. Schoonover can play well with shadows.”
I was really excited to read this review, especially since I know that Ms. Aistars isn’t a fan of horror stories.
It’s posted in the latest issue of The Smoking Poet and a few other places. You can read it here:
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“Amusement Parks Have Shadows, Too…”
My short story “Incident at Dark Acres”—about some pretty dark stuff going on at a very unusually-themed amusement park—is now available in The Smoking Poet’s Issue #17, Winter 2010-2011.
Click here to enjoy for free: http://www.thesmokingpoet.com/id12.html