L. Chambers-Wright has been writing for years and has numerous publication credentials. An avid traditional horror fan, she loves reading and researching as much as writing. She is currently producing new material and always in the middle of a new project.
She currently lives in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and loves the legend and lore of the region.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
My favorite children's novel was "Season of the Ponies," by Zilpha Keatley Snyder. My first adult novel I read at 13, "Phantoms," by Dean Koontz. I fell even more deeply in love with the written word. The two novels allowed me to escape into worlds that were vastly different from my own, and I've loved the experience ever since.
How do you approach cover design?
I try to find a notable element from the story and create the cover around it. I think showing too much on the cover, no matter how well done, doesn't always entice readers. It's better to tempt the reader and let them use their imagination, than to rob them of that privilege.
She was born to serve the Monarch. She was bred to serve the Monarch. All ways are the Monarch's ways and all thoughts are the Monarch's thoughts. She had vowed her everlasting faithfulness to the entity, which knew all things past, all things present and all things of the future.
15 Easy Steps to Ruin a Perfectly Good Writing Career. A writer's life can be filled with frustration and rejection. This book is dedicated to frustrated writers and their daily ordeals. Helpful, supportive and slightly psychotic, this is perhaps the only writing instructional that requires a disclaimer to protect those involved with its creation.
Hangar 408 of the Nelson Airfield is legendary in the paranormal world. It has been studied, evaluated, and investigated by the most respected paranormal professionals in the nation. Phillip Moore knows it's a farce. The professional skeptic is eager to end the fear-mongering.
Ash volunteers for a courtroom renovation to earn extra college credits over the summer break. While preparing the aged documentation for the transition, he stumbles across a case that is nearly two centuries old.
She remembers what happened that night, but the doctor said her mind couldn't be trusted. The physician says they aren't memories, just hallucinations, mere by-products of a head injury. She knows there is more to that night than what they're telling her.
Sylvia Drake enjoys a life filled with simple pleasures in 1857. She loves her Appalachian Mountains, but doesn’t want to remain in Hickory Hollow forever. Her parents even begin preparations for her to attend college. Just as her dreams seem to be coming true, her world is shattered.
Officer Ian Nelson can’t figure Kirsten out. She’s young and attractive, but doesn’t belong where she is. He isn’t certain where she belongs. Several days later, he’s tasked with enforcing the order against her, but never has the opportunity. She’s gone.
She flees the ruthless work environment, the life she knew, and the family patriarch's emotional abuse to start a new life.
Local customs quickly lose their novelty and no one will tell her what secrets the town is hiding.