Lindsey's fiction has been sprinkling the horror genre since her first small-press publication at the age of fifteen. She resides in the suburbs of St. Louis, MO with her husband, three children and a daft feline companion. For more information, visit: www.LindseyBethGoddard.com
Who are your favorite authors?
Clive Barker, Ramsey Campbell, Ray Bradbury, Shirley Jackson, Robert McCammon, Lisa Morton, Graham Masterson, F. Paul Wilson, Emily Bronte, Gary Braunbeck, Philip K. Dick, Anne Rice, Kristopher Rufty, Kurt Vonnegut, Scott Nicholson, Oscar Wilde, Stephen King, Dean Koontz and so many more!
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
When I was nine, I wrote a story about an evil princess who let her villagers live in poverty while she kept all the riches. Thieves attacked the village, looking for something of value. The villagers pointed them toward the castle and allowed them to kill the princess. The guards, having been badly treated as well, did nothing to stop it. This is heavy subject matter for a nine year old! Perhaps I was always destined to write horror!
Danny Thornton is a loner and a high school reject with more than a few bones to pick. When an eerie old man corners him in an alley and forces him to try a new drug, it opens up a gateway for revenge that leaves Danny craving more.