In celebration of Women in Horror Month, I’m featuring my favorite women writers of dark fiction. I’ve painstakingly narrowed my list to ten talented contributors of horror, who are also indie and small-pressed published. Here’s who I think you should be reading:
Rasheedah Prioleau is a southern African American writer with an eclectic range of writing and ghostwriting credits. After a few years in the corporate world she started over from the bottom as an unpaid intern for a literary manager and never looked back. — Amazon Author Bio.
I’ve read several books by Ms. Prioleau, including American Specter: The Seven Sisters, Everlasting (Da eb’bulastin) A Gullah Horror Story, and Amulette Aflame. Her novels are thoroughly researched, tightly plotted, and guaranteed to keep you up all night. Check out her books and latest updates, here!
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