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StokerCon 2018 Schedule

Published February 27, 2018 by Jennifer Loring

If you’re headed to StokerCon 2018 this weekend, you can catch me a couple of times on Friday, March 2. First, at the Ann Radcliffe Academic Conference, presenting my paper “The Dark Heart of Human Nature: The Necessity of Extreme Horror” on Panel 1: Gender Studies / 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM. Then, as part of the panel for A (Haunted) House with Many Rooms—Horror Sub-Genres (Moderator: Tim Waggoner; Co-Panelists: Don D’Auria, Frazer Lee, Donald Sidney-Fryer, Paul Tremblay) at 5:00 PM in State Suite A.

I’ll be wandering around in between, so if you see me, say hello!

Now available: Conduits Audiobook

Published June 9, 2017 by Jennifer Loring

Mara is a Japanese-American girl with a history of personal tragedy. Though she still cuts herself to quell the pain, she thought the worst was behind her. But her boyfriend’s sudden death, and a visit to one of the most haunted places in Washington State, sends her into a spiral of madness, landing her in a psychiatric ward.

Already suffering from dreams of a strange, ghost-infested house in the woods, Mara begins to question the very existence of reality. She is forced to confront the truth about her older sister’s death and the reason the ghosts have chosen her as their conduit.

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Obligatory New Year Post ;)

Published January 17, 2017 by Jennifer Loring

I’ve been crap at updates recently, but there’s good reason for it, I PROMISE. In this post you’ll find a quick rundown of those reasons (i.e. everything that’s releasing/I’m working on in 2017, subject to change).

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This erotic horror series officially debuts this month, but you can get started with a couple of teasers, one of which is my story “Suck.” Check it out here.

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Looking Ahead

Published October 19, 2016 by Jennifer Loring

It’s been a busy year (in a good way!) and looks to stay that way through the end of 2016. In roughly chronological order, here’s what’s coming up for the rest of the year and what’s on deck after that.
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The 23 Most Tragic Pets in Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror

Published September 6, 2016 by Jennifer Loring

Anyone who has ever had a pet knows the inevitable will happen, and that the circle of life is cruel and unavoidable. But when a dog, cat, horse, or other creature dies in a genre movie, the circumstances are often shaped by bizarre forces—supernatural, weird-science, and otherwise—that make a tragic loss even worse. Here are nearly two dozen of the saddest fates of pop culture’s furry friends.

Source: The 23 Most Tragic Pets in Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror

CONSEQUENCE by C. R. Langille

Published December 1, 2015 by Jennifer Loring

CR Langille_Consequence_Kindle What started as a hunting trip for Tobias Evard Warner II and his friends turns into a fight for survival during a supernatural storm which kicks off the apocalypse. The storm awakens and frees seven powerful creatures who were locked away at the beginning of the world’s creation. The Seven turn nightmares into reality and leave nothing but chaos and death in their wake.

Tobias fights his way through a nightmare infested wilderness to get back home to his family. With the unleashed terrors come newfound magical powers for Tobias, but at a cost. Will he sacrifice everything to ensure his family’s safety, even if it means his own soul?

Angels, demons, ancient cosmic beings, and even a dimensional-traveler clad in a trench coat made of duct tape come together in this fast-paced novel of magic, darkness, and consequences.

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C.R.Langille C.R. Langille spent many a Saturday afternoon watching monster movies with his mother. It wasn’t long before he started crafting nightmares to share with his readers. An avid hunter and amateur survivalist, C.R. Langille incorporates the Utah outdoors in many of his tales. He is the Organizer for the Utah Chapter of the Horror Writer’s Association, and received his MFA: Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University.

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