The Woman Who Hated Halloween

The Woman Who Hated Halloween Tough as nails attorney Janine D Angelo has never enjoyed Halloween but this year it s become a waking nightmare Someone is playing nasty tricks on her supernatural tricks that hound her wherever sh

  • Title: The Woman Who Hated Halloween
  • Author: Matthew S. Rotundo
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Tough as nails attorney Janine D Angelo has never enjoyed Halloween, but this year, it s become a waking nightmare Someone is playing nasty tricks on her supernatural tricks that hound her wherever she goeswith the promise of much worse to come Janine has never backed down from a fight in her life Though she s always regarded seances, jack o lanterns, and the occultTough as nails attorney Janine D Angelo has never enjoyed Halloween, but this year, it s become a waking nightmare Someone is playing nasty tricks on her supernatural tricks that hound her wherever she goeswith the promise of much worse to come Janine has never backed down from a fight in her life Though she s always regarded seances, jack o lanterns, and the occult as childish wastes of time, she might just need them to survive Halloween night.

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  • Matthew S. Rotundo

    Matt wrote his first story The Elephant and the Cheese when he was eight years old It was the first time he had ever filled an entire page with writing To his young mind, that seemed like a major accomplishment It occurred to him shortly thereafter that writing stories was what he wanted to do with his life.Matt gravitated to science fiction, fantasy, and horror at an early age, too He discovered Ray Bradbury s The Fog Horn in a grade school reader, and read it over and over whenever he got bored in class Needless to say, he read it a lot Other classics soon followed Dune and Lord of the Rings and Foundation, the usual suspects As a boy, he often pretended his bicycle was Shadowfax, and that he was Gandalf, riding like mad for Minas Tirith Yeah, he was that kind of kid Half the time, his family and friends didn t know what the hell he was talking about.Matt s story Alan Smithee Lives in Hell placed second in the 1997 Science Fiction Writers of Earth Contest In 1998, he attended Odyssey The workshop led directly to his first sale Black Boxes, in Absolute Magnitude In 2002, Matt won a Phobos Award for Hitting the Skids in Pixeltown He was a 2008 winner in the Writers of the Future Contest He has since continued to publish in various magazines.Matt lives in Nebraska He has husked corn only once in his life, and has never been detasseling, so he insists he is not a hick.

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