What I’ve Read: Wool by Hugh Howey

This was completely out of my comfort zone. I have lurked in the YA fiction section for what feels like my whole life. Then, one day, I stepped out of that isle in Barnes & Noble and saw this beauty. Why did I pick this book you may ask? First, check out that beautiful cover. … Continue reading What I’ve Read: Wool by Hugh Howey

The Mind, the Body: Heterochromia – A short story teaser

Copyrighted © 2014 Alyssa Hubbard This short story is part of The Mind, the Body, my horror / body horror short story collection. It can be pre-ordered or purchased October 1, 2014. Enjoy! "Heterochromia" Alyssa Hubbard I was born in a family of five blue-eyed, blonde-haired southern gentlemen. My mother was decidedly absent for most of … Continue reading The Mind, the Body: Heterochromia – A short story teaser

4 Things Catherine taught me about writing

WARNING: THERE WILL BE SPOILERS. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK. First a little background on the game Catherine, as described on the Catherine Wiki: Catherine is an M-rated horror/romance/puzzle/adventure video game from Atlus USA, released on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The game is developed by the same team that created Persona 3 and Persona 4: Katsura … Continue reading 4 Things Catherine taught me about writing

Self-Publishers Beware, Some Deals ARE Too Good.

With the rise in self-publishing, traditional publishers are scrambling to keep their side of the market afloat. They're beginning to approach self-publishers, presenting them deals they may not have received otherwise. Self-publishing has opened doors for creative minds. With the addition of #pitmad and #askanagent on Twitter and G+, self-publishers and aspiring authors are able … Continue reading Self-Publishers Beware, Some Deals ARE Too Good.