“Bert is a writer and editor living in Arkansas and trying to figure out why his gorgeous wife married him. While he has been published in several genres, he always seems to circle back to horror at some point, which isn’t surprising considering his dark and warped sense of humor. He tends to be remarkably positive despite the voices in his head regularly wanting him to kill children, at least in a literary sense. You can find more about his writing and editing at http://www.authorbertedens.com.”
#STITCHEDSATURDAY – Bert Edens
Published by The Unsaintly Queen, Lisa Vasquez
By her "Darque Design," Lisa Vasquez creates vivid, twisted horror with the precision of a scalpel, and cuts into the reader's psyche with "fleshed out" characters. In her most recent release, THE UNFLESHED: TALE OF THE AUTOPSIC BRIDE, the main character, Angus Wulfe, gains notoriety for being as vile and twisted as the iconic Dr. Hannibal. Lisa's writing style has been compared to the works of Mary Shelley, Baz Luhrman, and the Grand Guignol (John Palisano, Bram Stoker-winning author of NERVES), and is being hailed as, "A writer of nightmarish vision and a new, poetic voice in today's horror genre" (Peter Molnar, author of THE CLOCKWORK LAZARUS). There is one crown upon her head as the UNSAINTLY QUEEN but she wears many hats. CEO of Stitched Smile Publications Editor-in-Chief of House of Stitched Magazine Artist/Owner of Unsaintly Art Studios Artis/Owner of Darque Halo Designs (book covers and formatting) Mentor and Proofreader: Halo Equinox She has appeared, and hosted, several panels at the following conventions: Houston's Comic Con (2016, 2017, 2018) Eastern Rim (2018) Scares that Care (2018) ScaryDad's Haunted Halloween Show (2017, 2018) For more information and updates on Lisa's work, you can find her at: Blog: www.unsaintly.wiki Facebook: @unsaintlyhalo Twitter: @unsaintly Instagram (unsaintly) View all posts by The Unsaintly Queen, Lisa Vasquez
2 thoughts on “#STITCHEDSATURDAY – Bert Edens”
A good flash scare, like a bolt of thunder.
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Nice! I like how the reader sees this twisted vision through Jenna’s eyes and how the last paragraph made for a wonderful pay-off. Good work!
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