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Elizabeth Massie
Elizabeth Massie, a ninth generation Virginian, has been writing professionally since 1984. Most of her works are in the horror genre (Sineater, Hell Gate, Desper Hollow, and more), but she also writes mainstream fiction (Homegrown), media tie ins, educational materials, and poetry. Her first... show more

Elizabeth Massie, a ninth generation Virginian, has been writing professionally since 1984. Most of her works are in the horror genre (Sineater, Hell Gate, Desper Hollow, and more), but she also writes mainstream fiction (Homegrown), media tie ins, educational materials, and poetry. Her first novel, Sineater, won the Bram Stoker Award. Her Tudors novelization (season 3) won the Scribe award. She is currently working on Ameri-Scares (Crossroad Press) a 50 novel series of spooky books for middle grade readers (age 8-12), as well as new novels and short works for adults and a nonfiction book on spirituality and religion. She lives in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia with her husband, well-known illustrator, Cortney Skinner. She likes hiking and geocaching, and can't stand cheese. She foundeded and for more than three years managed the Hand to Hand Vision project (on Facebook) that raised money to help others during these tough economic times. Though she has a home office, she likes to work at Starbucks a couple days a week. There she can feel like part of the human race. And have a chai.
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Midu Reads
Midu Reads rated it 2 years ago
Below, I mention how I liked each story and include a favorite quote: The Empty Chambers by Neil Gaiman A poem. Very creepy but I’d rather have read a Gaiman story. The Company You Keep by Steve Resnic Tem Walking among us are the members of a secret company. I don’t know what I took away from t...
Sci-Fi & Scary
Sci-Fi & Scary rated it 3 years ago
Chiral Mad 3 was an interesting book. I’d never read an anthology which put poems side by side with stories, and peppered the pages with illustrations too. Visually, it was a nice change, and I’d say it looks much better on paper than it did as an e-book. It’s fairly easy to get through, and didn’t ...
From Lea Silhol's library
From Lea Silhol's library rated it 4 years ago
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DoodlePanda reads stuff
DoodlePanda reads stuff rated it 6 years ago
This was an ok read, 2.5 stars from me.I've never been a huge fan of short stories, it takes a lot for them to be really good (in my opinion).Some of these stories were better then others, which I find to be the case in most of these collections. I think the stories range between 1 star and 3 stars....
DoodlePanda reads stuff
DoodlePanda reads stuff rated it 6 years ago
This was an ok read, 2.5 stars from me.I've never been a huge fan of short stories, it takes a lot for them to be really good (in my opinion).Some of these stories were better then others, which I find to be the case in most of these collections. I think the stories range between 1 star and 3 stars....
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