From the ARe Archives: Our interview with Rachel Haimowitz appeared in the November, 2011 Wildfire.
Julie: What is your writing process? Do you outline, fly by the seat of your pants or a combination of both?
Rachel: It’s both. I started as very much a pantser, but I’ve found over the last eighteen months or so-coincidentally or not coincidentally around the time I sold my first novel, I don’t know-that I’ve started doing a lot more plotting than I used to. I don’t think I’ll ever be ...more
The Flesh Cartel: an international, multi-billion-dollar black market that trades in lost souls. Or more specifically, their bodies.
Highly organized and frighteningly efficient, the Flesh Cartel could teach even the KGB a thing or two about breaking a human mind. Fortunately for their ultra-rich clients, they’re just as skilled at putting people back together again—as perfect pets, well-trained and eager to please.
No matter what your secret tastes or dark desires, the Flesh Cartel—for the right price, of course—will hand-design the plaything of your dreams.
This story is rated 4 flames. Stories have frequent love scenes that are explicit and described using graphic and direct language.
I have pulled all-nighters more times in my life than I can count-study sessions in college, night shoots through five seasons of Prey, a few too many after-parties. I’m used to it, occasionally thrive on it. I’m even good at it, one of the few of my contemporaries who can still go five or six days on just a few hours’ sleep.
Sam Cheever:If your name’s Valentine, you just know that February’s gonna suck.
This Valentine’s Day, the ultimate joke is about to be played on poor Valentine. She’s supposed to choke on a chocolate heart and die. You’d think that would be bad enough. But when she misses her chance to die, she finds herself running from an overly ambitious angel and a…[Read more]More 5 days, 13 hours ago ago