Author Archives | Brad C. Hodson

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I'm a writer living in LaLa Land. You may have read some of my fiction or seen a film I've written. If you're into horror, you may have stumbled across some of my darker work or dealt with me as the Administrator for the Horror Writers Association. Or you've probably never heard of me. That seems the likeliest.

10 Responses to Anger Against the Marriage Equality Ruling

June 26, 2015

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    Here are your responses to the angry rhetoric over today’s Supreme Court decision. No need to pick just one! (1) “It’s Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve.” Actually, it’s Adam and Lilith. Lilith left Adam because he was abusive and God punished her for caring about her own well-being. Eve was Adam’s […]

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Five Films You Should Be Watching This Halloween Season

October 17, 2013

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Today’s Halloween post comes courtesy of the Horror Writers Association. Head on over to their Halloween Haunts and check out my recommendations for horror films that may have flown under the radar – but that you should be watching this month. While there, stick around and read a few other posts. Halloween Haunts is HWA’s […]

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Peculiar Genius: The Ghost Stories of M.R. James

October 16, 2013

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When the leaves change color and the wind cools, we find ourselves imagining what could be lurking in the shadows, what could be waiting in closets and under beds and inside dank, dark spaces. It’s a time that, whether through tradition or the influence of pop culture, begins to conjure images of ghosts. And, if […]

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A Return to the October Country

October 15, 2013

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That magical time of year is here once again. The skies are a little grayer, the air a little chillier. Multicolored leaves dance their way down the street in the embrace of a cool wind. Candles flicker from inside the hollow eyes of a pumpkin and ghosts cavort across our television screens. And, perhaps, across […]

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Why Are You Crying?

April 12, 2013

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Why are you crying? Are you hungry? Here, eat. Why are you still crying? Maybe you’re full. Let me burp you. Why are you still crying? Do you want to be put down? No? Held? No? Maybe it’s too quiet, let me put on some music. Too loud? I’ll turn the music off. Wanna dance? Sit […]

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5 Most Annoying Christmas Songs

December 21, 2012

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I love Christmas. I love the lights and the Christmas trees and even the shopping. I love bundling up against the cold weather and how everyone seems a little cheerier, just a little lighter and happier, even with the stress of the holidays. And I especially love Christmas music. But there’s a dark underbelly to […]

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Round Robin Interview

November 15, 2012

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The incomparable Lisa Morton recently invited me to be a part of a round robin interview series. While I figure out which writers to send this on to, here are my answers. 1) What is the working title of your next book? The Mud Angel. 2) Where did the idea come from for the book? From […]

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DARLING now available as an ebook

November 7, 2012

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My novel DARLING is now available on Kindle! Amazon / Kindle For more information about DARLING, please visit its site.  

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Halloween Treats

October 31, 2012

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To the Autumn People: `Tis All Hallow’s Eve. The skies are grey and a chill wind blows. I’ve come across a few Halloween treats to offer today and so I thought I’d combine them all into one post. Enjoy! SKELETON FOUND IN OVERTURNED TREE Hurricane Sandy blew an ancient oak tree over and workers found […]

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Roundtable Discussion: The Horror of it all!

October 30, 2012

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I recently got together with friends and fellow authors Lisa Morton, John Palisano, and Jodi Lester to discuss what frightens us, the horror genre, the writing biz, and all sorts of other interesting goodies. Here’s Part 1 of the discussion: Q: What do you feel is the biggest misconception the public has in regards to […]

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