Interview with Rebecca Snow, author of “Hazard” (WWW 8)

Rebecca Snow is one of thirteen women vying for the title of Most Wicked 2013 in the Wicked Women Writer’s Challenge! Listen to the stories and vote for your favorite here:

http://wickedwomenwriters.wordpress.com/2013/09/07/who-will-be-most-wicked-2013/

The Author:

Rebecca Snow lives in Virginia with a dwindling herd of geriatricats.  Her short fiction has been published in several small press anthologies and online.  You can find her on facebook (look for the bloody handprint) and Twitter @cemeteryflower and has an online journal at cemeteryflowerblog.wordpress.com

The Interview:

wwwchallenge1Q. Was this the first time you participated in the WWW?

A. No, I participated last year as well.  This year, I was able to add sound effects.

Q. Were you excited?

A. Always.  🙂  And kind of frightened too.  Hearing my own voice coming from anywhere other than my mouth scares me.

Q. Was what you wrote for the challenge different from what you usually write, and how so?

A. I used different words.  Actually, it’s not that different from what I normally write.  Having to use the items given was a little bit of a stretch, but in my fiction, these things happen all the time.

Q. How long have you been writing horror?

A. Since I was five. I had a lot of nightmares. I’ve only been writing it publicly for three years.

Q, Do you have anything coming down the pike you would like our readers to know about?

A. I’ve got stories in a few upcoming anthologies.  For details, head to cemeteryflowerblog.wordpress.com

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~ by Sumiko Saulson on September 14, 2013.

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