After-Death Plan…Literature …opening track “The Master & Margarita,” for example, a brooding slice of ‘50s-ish, Nick Cave-styled pop noir, which is quickly followed by the considerably strummier, yet no less dark, Americana that is “Devil Takes A Hand.” Two songs in, and we’re already thinking murder ballad territory. Ah, but we’d be thinking wrong. Soon enough there’s the luminous “Raygun,” with its gorgeous strings and neo-gospel choir of harmony vox; a thrumming post-punk-meets-power-pop rocker called “Memory Remains” that cements the aforementioned Harvey comparison

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February was Women in Horror month and David Spell of The Scary Reviews and Erin Sweet-Al Mehairi of Hook Of A Book Media were kind enough to include me in their spotlight interviews. I’m not an author but I have narrated quite a few books in the horror genre and I’m glad someone noticed. So far they’ve profiled 26 women with mini-interviews, so please visit thescaryreviews.com and read them all!

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