Here's a few updates for the Spooky By Association horror anthology I'm putting together. The new word count is 2-22K, and the genre will be adult horror (if you have submitted a YA project prior to this announcement, it will still be taken into consideration). Feel free to contact me at email@example.com or @nitapanwrites on … Continue reading Spooky By Association Update
Spooky By Association is a YA/Adult horror anthology based around the theme "things that go bump in the night." In-between 7-15K words long, all submissions are due December 6th, 2020 by midnight Eastern Standard Time. You may submit up to three (3) short stories. Please send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org in a Word or Google Doc … Continue reading Spooky By Association: Call for Submissions
Ever since I convinced my mom to read the River of Time series by Lisa T. Bergren back in 2012 and we some of the other's favorite books, we trust each other. When it comes to books, if my mom tells me to read a book or thinks that I'll like it, I'll give it a … Continue reading Paranoia, is That You?
Following my discovery of Young Adult novels back in 2010, I spent the next couple of years reading and rereading Diane Duane's Young Wizards series and whatever Holly Black and Rachel Caine book I could get my hands on. I recall having just finished a book about a fae disguised as a human when the spine … Continue reading Boy Meets Girl, Girl Murders People
Since I started reading manga steadily in 2012, I've discovered so many unique story lines and wonderful, warped, and wonderfully warped characters. I've reread Kaori Yuki's Grand Guignol Orchestra series four times since then, so I thought it was about time to write a review of the five-volume series. Heading up the unofficial Grand Orchestra, Lucille … Continue reading The Unofficial Grand Orchestra
This was one of those books where I saw the cover and cringed. With a moody boy all in black holding onto a blonde bathed in pink, I had to fight my better judgement to read the description. I was intrigued but unwilling to start a new trilogy. It wasn't until one of my favorite … Continue reading Quoth the Raven…
In accordance to my usual ritual when reading books I know I'll like, it took me awhile to actually sit down and read. Since 2015, when the local library first got the book, to be exact. After checking it out at least five times and reading the first twenty pages over and over again, I decided … Continue reading Rooms, Rooms. Too Little Room.
For the past several weeks, I've been milking Lauren Oliver's Rooms. In the midst of a chapter I found myself struck by the elusive muse and, following her prompting, scribbled down this poem. I hope you enjoy it. (On another note, I've changed my site's url, so now it's aweebiteccentric. I've done this because I feel … Continue reading Rooms
All the creatures come at night, Racing, chasing against the light. And until the dawn comes o'er the damned, We shall be bracing ourselves For the nightmare that be our lives. Copyright © 2016 by Nita Pan All rights reserved. This post or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in any manner … Continue reading Nightmare Hours