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Booksigning Coming This Summer

Just got the news that my local bookstore wants me back for another signing this summer, so I’ll be hauling a ton of books over to Chapters in St. Catharines on Sunday August 27, from 12-4. I’ll have copies of my new standalone psychological thriller, CLOSET FULL OF BONES, as well as the newest addition to the Marnie Baranuik Files, BLIGHTMARE. WOOHOO! I’m hyper about it. Maybe I’ll make some cool swag to go with the books. What should I …

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Rapture of the Cold Sweat

So, I was painting my toenails Three-Day-Old Corpse Blue and thinking about ooky stuff, because that’s what horror writers do on Tuesday afternoons when they’re not digging shallow graves, looking at internet pictures that should never be seen, or inventing fruity cocktails with cute names that reflect one’s personality, like “Last Time I Saw Them, My Panties Were In The Punch Bowl” or “Passed Out Naked On The Neighbour’s Back Porch, Which Isn’t A Porch So Much As It Is A Collection Of Pleasantly Cold Cement …

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Takin’ It To The Grave

R. A. Evans is the author of the delightfully wicked horror novel Asylum Lake. I’d like to thank Rich for being such a great sport, and encourage my readers to check back for the launch of his next book Grave Undertakings in the near future.

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Getting Rich in the Gibbet

                       *Looks up from sharpening her pickle forks* Oh hiya! Didn’t hear you creep in. Yes, I’m getting ready for company.  *gives her shiny new gibbet the full Vanna White treatment* It’s quite thrilling, so pardon me if I’m all a’flutter! Gosh, I haven’t had a guest in my dungeon since … well, let’s keep the closet door closed on that skeleton, shall we? Next week, I’m doing my very first indie author interroga–erm, interview. *tosses towel over power tools and iron shackles* Yeah, …

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