writes in a wide variety of genres including erotica, erotic romance, horror,
and dark fiction. She lives on the Massachusetts coast with her husband, son, her tuxedo cat, Lucky, and the new feline additions Chloe and Breena who are now Lucky's best friends. Visit her web site, her Facebook
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My husband and I brainstormed the idea for a wonderful non-fiction book about traveling the haunted venues in New England. This kind of book has been writing before many times, so we had to find a new twist to make our book unique. We thought of turning it into a travelogue where the reader may follow our directions and repeat our experience on their own. Each chapter describing a haunted inn, restaurant, forest, or whatever would be followed by a short fictional story set in each particular location. I could write any kind of story I like. Romance. Light horror. Mystery. Comedy. I've already decided what I'm writing about for the Kennebunk Inn. We decided the characters in each story would be the same two, most likely my husband and I in fictitious form. I'd write the stories as E. A. Black, my dark fiction and horror pen name, but publish the book with my real name. A gimmick would be that the reader would quickly figure out both persons are one and the same. I took lots of pictures so I could start on this book now. It would likely take us a year to visit most of these spots, take pictures, notes, and write a chapter and a short story. I came up with a very silly working title which we will of course not use: Maniacs and Massholes: A Haunted Tour Of New England.