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Author Interview: Solomon Archer for Inseperable

Solomon Archer - Author
Today we interviewed the truly psychotic and creepy Solomon Archer. A pseudonym to protect his identity from the years of being a clinical psychologist, Solomon gives voice to those who have shared their stories in a truly skin crawling account.  Today he shares with us his inspiration on his short story titled Inseperable, featured in Sekhmet Press [...]

Author Interview: Patrick O’Neill for The Other One

Patrick O'Neill - Author
Today on our 10th day of the Wrapped in White Anthology tour from Sekhmet Press, we welcome Patrick O'Neill who says if he were a toy it would be a Mr. Potato head disassembled, and reassembled Frankenstyle!  Patrick gives us the inspiration behind his short story titled, The Other One, inspired by true haunted accounts of his childhood.  Let's read on [...]

Author Interview: Michael Williams for His Shrine to Santa Muerte

Michael WIlliams - Author
Today on the 9th day of our Wrapped in White anthology tour, we have Michael Williams featuring his ghastly short story titles His Shrine to Santa Muerte. Burning candles made from human fat, a dark creepy library full of dead people, and uniquely odd characters truly made this an interesting story to read. Let's find out more ... Working with Sekhmet [...]

Author Interview: Kelli Wilkins for Thursday Night Bingo

Kelli A Wilkins Author
We had the wonderful pleasure of interviewing Kelli Wilkins today for the Wrapped in White tour. After learning how her shorty story, Thursday Night Bingo" is based on a true story, I had to learn more! When I heard about Wrapped in White I thought, “I have a ghost story that’s not doing anything, let’s give it a try!” Growing up, I read lots of [...]

Author Interview: Michael Matula for “You’ll Thank Me by Tomorrow”

Author Michael Matula for Wrapped in White
Today we interviewed Michael Matula for his scary short story in Wrapped in White by Sekhmet Press.  His inspiration was spurred on by a love-hate relationship with technology.  Let's read on ... You'll Thank Me by Tomorrow was uniquely different. The POV from Liam made this story extremely interesting as we become just as confused with the murders in [...]
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