My name is Noëlle McHenry. I'm a Canadian author, and I've been writing dramatic fiction since I was a young squirt.
I began writing my first story in 2006. It wasn't very good, but you need to start somewhere, and I feel like I have improved so much since then. What used to be a mere hobby is now steadily becoming my passion.
Almost all of my stories are part of a fictional universe that I call Project Eclipse. I have been developing the characters and stories of this universe since 2011. In all honesty, I could probably say these characters are like family to me.
I hope to have many more years of writing and improvement ahead of me. I can't wait to write my next story, whatever it may be.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
For me, the greatest joy of writing is seeing my characters come to life. I enjoy visualizing what I write in my head, and it is always so satisfying to see the events of my stories play out in my imagination like some sort of film. Dialogue is always a pleasant thing to write, as well; it's intriguing to witness how my characters wind up interacting with one another, and sometimes there are pleasant surprises when I find that characters are behaving differently than I expected in my initial draft.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
If I'm not writing, I'm usually doing digital art or updating my site, or just chilling out and listening to music. My other, less frequent hobbies, are voice acting and making indie games with versions of RPG Maker. I'm almost always, however, inwardly developing my characters.
Cameron Fenn is a handsome and charming independent horror novelist. He's also a serial killer and likely a psychopath. With his father's money to back him up, he feels like he can get away with murdering to his heart's content. He does whatever he likes do whomever he likes, without guilt or remorse to hold him back.
Max Aleshire is an anti-social digital artist who feels unwelcome in America. More than anything, he wants to belong, but can't figure out where. Australia's part of his past, but no one in Boston does more than tolerate him. After getting dumped on New Year's Eve, his reclusive nature has only intensified.
When these two meet in a random Omegle chat, they don't realize the fatal chain of events fate has catalyzed. Happiness comes at a high cost, and while Max might have tears to shed, Cameron has blood. Blood that might wind up on both of their hands instead of his alone . . .
A series of suspenseful romance novellas by Noëlle McHenry, featuring two men whose lives intertwine for better or for worse.
Max and his lover, rich psychopathic serial killer Cameron, have been through difficult times. For the holidays, they travel to Switzerland together. But Cameron isn't the only one with an interest in Max: Ash, a rich auditor in Zürich on business, also has his eyes on the Aussie. He seems a lot nicer than Cameron, but appearances can be deceiving.
Val Kozel wants people to know him. That's why he started vlogging and doing live speed-runs. Working alongside August, he works toward internet fame. For an early Halloween event, they play a seemingly childish indie game, known for the disappearances of its previous players. They plan to debunk the rumors. That might be easier said than done.
Australian artist Max Aleshire doesn't belong in Boston. With only his ex-girlfriend Stacey, he's become an introverted recluse. By chance, he meets a handsome stranger online: a writer named Cameron. After only a few days, he realizes he might be developing feelings for him! Little does Max realize, though, that there's a much darker side to Cameron.
Father Kain Akkerman never wanted to be a priest. However, life doesn't always go as planned, and at age 68 Akkerman finds himself wrapped up in an exorcism-gone-wrong that will lead to the most horrifying moments of his entire life.
A fictional horror novelette by Noëlle McHenry, author of Don't Wake Me Up Just Yet.