Shauna Klein, author of “Static” (WWW #2)
Shauna Klein is a freelance writer, website designer, photographer and overall Jill of all trades that lives in sunny and stormy Florida. Shauna Klein her my pen name and she is married with children that have fins, feathers and fur. She is a member of the Horror Writers Association. She has a short story in the Cemetery Dance book In Laymon’s Terms and a blurb in the book The Ice Limit by Douglas Preston/Lincoln Child. She also has a few short stories that can be found at Amazon. She was published in Death Head Grin in March, 2012 and you can find a review of “Peaceable Kingdom” on Schlock Magazine.
A. Yes and it was quite an exciting experience because I tend to procrastinate and having not only a deadline but a specific thing to do I figured would challenge me.
A. I was excited and a little anxious since this is really different from anything I’ve done before but I thoroughly enjoyed it once I got started.
A. Not at all. I tend to do extreme horror short stories and while this is a short story it does lean towards sci-fi a bit. While I am not a fan of this word, it’s rather quirky.
A. Just a couple of years now. I’d written in the past but only recently did I publish anything or really put my heart into it and it’s very rewarding to know that others, not just friends, have enjoyed my short stories.
A. I am working on three things right now. Two are horror short stories and my big project is a children’s book about the twins of terror, our Belgian Malinois pups. I know, a huge difference in genre but all three have been started and being worked on.