My next installment for Women in Horror Month is LC Champlin. She is an author of horror but also writes thriller, dystopian, post-apocalyptic, action-adventure, and survival books. Sounds like a good companion in any situation! Welcome LC!
Fear, an emotion we hate and yet love. We avoid it in day to day life, yet we seek it when we feel the drag of routine. In a controlled form, horror, dread, and terror give us a high. It’s the rush that I love with the Horror genre. Horror spans all genres, from sci-fi to fantasy to thriller to romance, and takes us out of the ordinary in ways more visceral and vivid than real life ever can. In the end, perhaps a mundane existence is the real horror?
A terrifying thought!
Business trips to San Francisco aren’t supposed to include terrorist attacks. They’re definitely not supposed to
have a cannibal plague and earthquakes. It’s going to be an interesting night for New York businessman Nathan Serebus and his attorney Albin Conrad. They’re up to the challenge, though. Their motto: buy when there’s blood in the streets.
About LC Champlin
Writer, traveler, adventurer. Lover of all things Geek and Dark. I admire villains, antagonists, and rogues more than a little. They really do have more fun, and they can teach us important life lessons.
I write fiction because the characters in my head have too much attitude to stay in my skull, I want to see the world through different eyes, and I want to live life through different souls.
I write zombie apocalypse/horror/thriller books because it’s in the dark that we see a person’s true character. Plus, who doesn’t like shooting zombies?
Check out my site lcchamplin.com for book updates, and blog posts about villains, weird science, and more.
Up next in the series Women in Horror Month: Women Who Create Nightmares, author Christine Brown! Until next time, Never Turn Off the Lights!