#Horror Anthology: Clockwork Wonderland #Review by @TBraun_Author #Books #AliceinWonderland

•September 20, 2017 • Leave a Comment

Great review! Happy to be mentioned.

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Book Review


Wonderland??? I’m all over this one! Let’s see what Theresa has to say about it.

Clockwork Wonderland contains stories from authors that see Wonderland as a place of horror where anything can happen and time runs amok. In this book you’ll find tales of murderous clockworks, insane creations, serial killers, zombies, and a blood thirsty jabberclocky. Prepare to see Wonderland as a place where all your worst nightmares come true. You may never look at classic children’s literature the same way again.

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Clockwork Wonderland (Release Date: April 2017)

alice in wonderland

There’s a comforting familiarity in these stories, since most of us have at least a vague understanding of Alice and what it means to be stuck in Wonderland. Although it’s usually passed off as an imaginative realm for children, the circumstances and imagery here are the stuff of adult nightmares. Themes of losing our innocence, questioning our…

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Join the Clockwork Wonderland writers October 19!

•September 19, 2017 • Leave a Comment

horroraddictsSMLibrary Announcement

I’m in two art exhibits this month

•September 16, 2017 • Leave a Comment

I am in the

Color Speaks Exhibit

at Berkeley Central Arts Passage

2055 Center Street

Berkeley, California

near Downtown Berkeley BART Station

Berkeley Arts Passage is open from 9:30 AM -5PM

Mondays – Saturdays.

I have two pieces in this exhibit:



Dooky by sumikoska

Flynn, You, and Dookyboo

Dookyboo1 Color by sumikoska

Women in Art

August 19-November 10, 2017

This show honors women Artists and women through Art.

Expressions Gallery


2035 Ashby Ave. Berkeley, California, 94703 | 510.644.493

I have three works in the show, each of which is acrylics on watercolor paper, framed, 9 x 12 or 12 x 9. They are on sale for $150 at the gallery. Prints are available at www.buyartworknow.com.


Dancer by sumikoska

Three Goddesses

Insatiable New Three Godess Painting by sumikoska

Mother, Maiden, Crone

Bloodlines by sumikoska

HorrorAddicts.net, 147 #NGHW Judge: Frank H. Woodward

•September 9, 2017 • Leave a Comment

Check out the latest episode of #NGHW Contest and stay on #TeamSumiko til the bitter end. It’s down to the wire. Who will win this week’s competition?


Horror Addicts Episode# 147
SEASON 12 – The Next Great Horror Writer Contest


Horror Hostess: Emerian Rich

Judge: H.E. Roulo

Guest Judge: Frank H. Woodward

Intro Music by: Valentine Wolfe



Find all articles and interviews at: http://www.horroraddicts.net

52 Days till Halloween

Halloween stuff, Frank interview #97

Intro of judges, prizes, and contest.

Review of the 10 Audiodramas

Contestants: Feind Gottes, Naching T. Kassa, Jess Landry, Sumiko Saulson, Cat Voleur, Jonathan Fortin, Adele Marie Park, JC Martinez, Harry Husbands, Daphne Strasert.

HA.Net News: Audiodrama version Emerian Rich & Kirk Warrington voices

*Jesse Orr’s new installment of The Scarlett Dahlia

*DJ Pitsiladis Nightmare Fuel, The Town that Dreaded Sundown

*Kbatz Frightening Flix: Brimstone

*David’s Haunted Library features: The Howling 2

*GB: J.C. Eickelberg – Pet Cemetery fan art.

*PR: Entertaining Demons by Daniel I. Russell

*PR: Kingdoms of Sorrow by JK Franks

*PR: CometTV.com

*PR: Puff

*Backwoods Bonfire…

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#NGHW Top 6 Character Descriptions

•July 30, 2017 • Leave a Comment

I got in the top 6! Listen to the show, read the excerpts.


These are the top 6 Character excerpts from the Character challenge.

Character 1: Silt and Bone by Jess Landry

Growths of moss and cobwebs littered the branches, the falling water wiping some of them away into the rising water.
On the throne sat a motionless woman who looked as though she’d been carved from a birch tree. Her delicate features and ashen skin shimmered in the struggling light; dark, horizontal lines and black knots speckled every inch of her visible surface, even her eyelids. Roots spilled from her head: five long, thick stems that thinned out as they joined the mosaic of branches behind her. Her arms lay on the armrests, strangely human yet twisted like intertwining branches, leading to slender fingers that extended into thin twigs sharp enough to slice through skin and bone. Her forehead extended past that of a human’s, ending in a ragged, broken trunk—a crown…

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#NGHW Top 6 Character Descriptions

•July 30, 2017 • Leave a Comment

Source: #NGHW Top 6 Character Descriptions

#NGHW Top 7 True Horrific Blog Posts

•July 23, 2017 • Leave a Comment


These are the top 7 blog post excerpts from the True Horrific challenge.

Blog Post 1: Black Death – Naching T. Kassa

Death is the ultimate enemy. It steals those we love and forms a wall between this world and the next. It is the dark curtain we cannot peer behind.

Death waits for us all.

Do you remember the first time you encountered death? Did the passing of a pet or grandparent reveal its presence? When did you discover your mortality? How old were you?

My discovery began with a young girl’s demise. I was nine.

The girl was two years younger and lived a few miles away from me. We attended the same school and, though we didn’t know each other, she struck me as a sweet person.

Her hair was blonde. It stood out against the white sweaters and dresses she wore. I don’t think she wore white…

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