Is it really April? Spring has sprung, but we’re locked indoors. Go outside, put on a mask. What a strange time to be alive!
If you’ve been to my blog lately, you’ve seen that I’ve been kinda absent. When I came here today to write this post, I first noticed that Handcuffed in Horror lists the theme for February. Well, unfortunately, I had planned to announce last month that I’m closing the group. There are just so many horror groups out there and maintaining one of my own has been a time suck. Please join me instead over at Horroraddicts.net on Facebook or on the Mean Winnie Jean Like page. But most of my horror activity continues be on Twitter @meanwinniejean.
Speaking of social media, I’m constantly redesigning my Instagram page, also @meanwinniejean. My focus will be comedy until further notice if only to lift my own spirits during these stressful times. Watch for posts about my favorite horror comedy movies down one column, my comic caricatures in a second, and news and funny quotes in another column.
Progress on Warrant for Damnation has unfortunately slowed again. I’m working on some other projects that are non-fiction based that I won’t go into. Why? Well, it’s the pandemic. It’s kinda sucked away some of my creativity. I’ve been trying to inspire myself by drawing, which you’ll find on Instagram and Facebook as well. I did get back 2/3 of the book from my editor, so know that I will finish it soon.
Don’t Forget About the Monthly Drawing
I’ve added a monthly drawing to receive a promo code for a free audiobook of your choice in The Courier Series. Click here to enter. You will need to re-enter each monthly drawing so return every month to re-enter for a chance to win.
That’s all folks. See you next time.
Welcome to my website where I share dark comical stories for all ages along with my passion for horror movies, zombies, wine, and evil in pop culture. Originally from Chicago, I now live in Colorado where I spend my days writing dark comedy and getting duped by 3 mischievous beagles.
Looking for a short, funny tale. Check out Pete Sinclair’s story in the Fall for Freedom prequel to The Courier series. He’s been blamed for closing the Gates of Hell and releasing an imprisoned fallen angel by the name of Azael. Lucky for Pete, an angel’s apprentice believes he’s innocent. She offers him freedom from Satan’s forces in exchange for his help returning Azael to his prison cell. If only he and the demon who possesses him had the courage and know how to fight a fallen angel.