Friday, April 25, 2014

SUZANNE ROBB - WOMAN IN HORROR!




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"I've never thought of myself as a horror writer, or even a writer in general. Putting my ideas into stories and creating characters is fun to me. The fact people enjoy the end result is icing on the cake." Suzanne Robb


Suzanne Robb is my Woman In Horror today! Suzanne is an amazing, talented author with many titles to her credit. I enjoy reading Suzanne's stories because they are not only great, but they attack the horror genre with keen psychological insight. Of course, Suzanne has a Degree in Psychology, so that certainly helps, but it goes far beyond that, I believe. Suzanne understands the angst in not only the protagonists minds, but in the minds of the antagonists as well. How great is it that an author can reason all the facets of what is going on within and without the battle arena of the macabre? It is awesome as far as I'm concerned.

I was getting ready to write up a whole bunch of new things about Suzanne, but I decided the Q&A we did last year would allow more of her words to come through and explain more of who Suzanne is and why she writes the stories she does. She has a pleasing, personal approach to answering questions which I think all of you will enjoy. Here she is:


Suzanne Robb
1. Suzanne Robb, you are quite a busy lady. As I scroll down through the Amazon charts, I see that you have sixty three books for sale. Wow! This is an amazing accomplishment! How did you manage to come up with so many titles?

Well most of them are anthologies, so the pressure to come up with a title is less. However, I tend to come up with a premise or a single phrase and set a story around it. The title is the last thing I do and to be honest I am horrible at it. Most of them are last minute things.

2. Not only do you have as many books as you do, but the sub-genres are all over the place. You write of Zombies, Apocalyptic stories, Bigfoot tales, and so many others. I do the same thing, but I’m weird anyway. How are you able to expel all these monsters from your fertile mind?

I like to cross boundaries when it comes to writing and mash up genres. A lot of my horror has elements of something else like comedy or sci-f. A thriller where the bad guy wins. I also enjoy writing outside of my comfort zone, it is the best way to challenge myself and keep stories fresh and interesting.

3. Do you enjoy being able to write of so many fascinating creatures of the Dark?

A lot of my creatures are goofy or flawed in very human ways, so not from the dark. I do like writing them, but try to find other places for them to appear from. Imagination, a wish gone bad, a dream, an ancient object, a wrong turn…so many places for the big bad to live.

4. Dead Souls, an anthology you are in, had the foreword done by Jonathan Maberry, a multi-time Stoker winner. How did that make you feel? I sat down this past fall and shared a few cold ones with Mr. Maberry. He is quite an interesting fellow.

I was very happy when it was announced, that is probably one of my favorite stories as well as it pushes the boundaries of zombie mythology. I know Mr. Maberry is a talented writer and supportive of those who want to follow that particular path, so to be in something he wrote a foreword to is a nice feeling.

5. We share a couple of anthologies, but the one that comes to mind for me is Undead Of Winter. I felt honored to be included in with some fantastic authors. Believe it or not, it was my first Zombie tale and I wasn’t sure if I had gotten it right. Since then, I have written many more, but here I was, excited to share the stage with such a talented writer as yourself. Your tale was superb. Tell me about that cabin and what happened and where the germ sprouted from, please.

The idea for that anthology came from a cold Canadian winter. After a while you feel locked up and go stir crazy. I tried to imagine going through it with zombies and a lack of supplies. From there I took it a step further and created characters who were eroded down to shells of themselves because of the horror around them. I am not a fan of happy endings when it comes to zombie stories, in reality if something like that were to happen we would die. So the germ for it was the ending and I wrote what I needed to get to that point. (Thanks for the compliment by the way. I enjoyed your tale in there as well.)

6. I’m going to jump right in with Z-Boat now. What a super book! And the Amazon reviews are amazing. Twenty two five star, nine four star, and one three star. Holy crap! That is mind boggling. We all know how difficult it is to get any kind of reviews, but to get this many great reviews is amazing! Where did you come up with the fascinating idea behind this gem of a tale. I remember how nervous you were just before and right after it was published.

Z-Boat is a combination of ideas. About ten years ago I was watching one of those submarine movies that came out and then watched a zombie movie right after. I put two and two together and thought, “Hey, has this been done?” I researched and did not find anything. Of course life got hectic and I forgot. Several years later I dared to write it, not knowing anything about the process, publishing, submitting, and so forth.

I still get nervous when it comes to that book. Permuted Press is re-releasing it next year and I am super excited about that. Book one of the Z-Boat trilogy.

7. Do you feel that Z-Boat is your best book yet? I was blown out of the water by it!

That is a hard question to answer. Being my first real book it has a special place in my heart and I will always love it. I do think it will be hard to top the premise of it, but I have a few ideas up my sleeve. (Glad you enjoyed it.)

8. When I first started visiting your blog, I remember how distraught you would get when one of your stories did not find a home with a publisher. I was always amazed. Your writing is so good. What happened? What kind of idiots could overlook the mastery of your words? I felt your pain; I honestly did. For a horror writer, I am much too sensitive. But, that’s why I write what I write. It pains me to see my friends suffer. Yet, you had a strength, an inner resolve that said, “The hell with these bastards. I will continue writing and submitting.” I am very impressed. What were your actual feelings through those times, Suzanne?

I hear all the time a writer needs to have a thick skin, and while this may be true, I do not think anyone likes to be rejected. It does not help that I have anxiety and tend to jump to worst case scenario. At first when I would get the dreaded R, I wanted to pack up my computer and thought I was useless or fooling myself. I convinced myself many times to give up (anxiety is powerful when you let it take control). Then at some point, not sure when it was, I realized I needed to write no matter what other people thought of it. I know a few of your messages, which were always positive helped a great deal.
Though, I have to be honest there are times I still get down about a rejection, but it passes and I write something else. I do not ever want to accept them because each one drives me to improve my skills.

9. One of your books, Mental Wellness: Real Stories From Survivors, threw me for a loop at first, but it really should not have. My first wife, who I was married to for thirty two years, was a manic depressive lady. She never overcame her depression. She died still suffering from it. How did you get involved with this book?

Charles Day, owner of Hidden Thoughts Press, did an open call for it. I suffer from panic disorder and bouts of agoraphobia. For years I hid this from people thinking something was wrong with me. Like there was this huge neon sign above me flashing “broken.” Then I met a fantastic therapist who made me see I was far from the only person to deal with these issues and the thoughts they bring on.
I decided then to make it a mission of sorts to try and educate people, or at least offer help to those suffering. I know when I was at my lowest points knowing I was not alone would have made a big difference.

10. Truth be known, I suffer from PTSD, courtesy of my days in ‘Nam, but I threw my medication away because I was feeling like a Zombie when I was on it. I would rather write about the buggers and not feel like one. I prefer to expunge the horrors within my soul through the written word. Do you think a lot of authors do that?

I think many authors do that, as well as artists. If you look at some of the most well-known people in history, they suffered horribly. Van Gogh, Munch to name a couple. I know when my anxiety flares up instead of taking something for it I will sit and write, even if it makes no sense. Getting it out of your head is one of the most therapeutic things I have come across. (Hope writing helps you as well.)

11. Could you tell us if where you live influences your writing at all. There are a number of comments on your Facebook Page that mention this. I suppose that some of us prefer a more hectic lifestyle to put our lives in balance, and others would rather live in a place where things are more relaxed, kind of a Walden Pond thing. Me? I imagine myself in a penthouse apartment, beer in hand, peering down on busy city streets at night where anything could be happening. Okay, I’ve watched too many Bogart movies over the years.

You are totally Bogart with that visual! As for me, I am Walden Pond. I grew up in farm country, then went to a more suburban setting then all city places. I am at the point now where I need a place where people are not freaking out over a flat tire, or how a vending machine ate their dollar. Give me the fresh air and open country any day.
Also, to answer the question, where I live has a bit of bearing on what I write, but not much.

12. Where on earth did you come up with Ramblings Of An Anxiety Ridden Mind for a blog title? I love it!

That is how I used to refer to my writing outbursts when my anxiety got bad. I wrote stories about the most inane things and when I had enough I thought “hey, this can be a short story collection.” Then I smartened up and realized no one wanted to read my ramblings, but Ramblings of an Anxiety Ridden Mind was going to be the title of said story collection.

13. Horror writers come to the craft by many different paths. I have two PhD’s. One in Theoretical Physics and one in Mathematical Physics. Go figure. But you, young lady, have BA’s in Psychology, Anthropology, and Ethnology. To me, this is amazing. How did you ever manage to combine all these eclectic degrees?

Two PhD’s? You are a smarty pants, I knew it! And both in things that make my head hurt. You are on my team in the zombie apocalypse.
The degrees, mere BA’s, (I feel undereducated now) happened for various reasons. The anthropology one because I wanted to be Indiana Jones. I was all set to go and do my thing and then life happened and I had to delay plans to take care of myself and my mother. After I learned of my anxiety, which was a long process and a book in and of itself, I decided to get a degree in Psychology. My goal was to learn about myself, but also to help others. The ethnology degree happened when they went over all my course work. I think I am 2 classes shy of a French degree, and 3 short of one in Religious Studies. Might have to finish them up one day. Do 5 BA’s = 1 PhD?

14. I can see where the study of Psychology could enable you to reach inside the minds of monsters of all kinds, human or otherwise, but Anthropology and Ethnology? Wow! Fascination of the concept of writing horror with your scholastic background is slapping me in the face, demanding an answer. My face is getting rather sore. Please help me out. What gives here, my talented friend? Do these fields of study add anything to your writing skills, or are they merely more of that life experience thing that some of us bandy about?

The psychology degree helps immensely as does the anthropology one. I took many courses in abnormal psychology and social psychology so a good idea if the inner workings of people. Small things like hand gestures, fidgets, facial expressions and what not. I add them to my characters in a subtle way to make them more real.
As for the anthropology, I learned to sit back and watch. Whenever I am in a social setting you will find me in the shadows somewhere taking mental notes on how people talk, what they wear, how they act in certain social situations.

15. Drum roll, please. You have a fascination with Legos and chocolate. All sorts of evil thoughts are rolling through my mind – told you I was weird. Please let the secret out and tell the world what Legos and chocolate have to do with monsters. Maybe they’re nothing more than what a few cold beers are to me. But . . .

LEGO’s are my safe place. When my anxiety kicks in and nothing takes the edge off I go upstairs toss a few thousand of the pieces on the floor and make something. I know it probably sounds silly, but you have to think and plan and make sure things work right. Devoting all that thought takes my mind off the fact I feel crazy. (It helps they are pretty cool too.)
As for chocolate, how can someone not like it? Are you saying you don’t? I remember you telling me you work out a lot so I guess not. But I promise, chocolate makes things better. The dark kind though, it has to be dark.

16. This has been a really fun time for me to come up with these questions, Suzanne. You are a very fascinating lady. I believe that you and your talents are very under-estimated by the horror community. I refuse to allow that to happen. You deserve credit for all that you have accomplished. Also, you are a good friend, and I feel bad when you feel bad. I am very outspoken and can be rather blunt at times with people who choose not to accept certain things for what they are. The hell with them! Without hitting upon the why’s of what I am about to say, I feel that you and I are kindred spirits in many ways. It is amazing how much one can learn from reading the words of a true professional. You are that professional, Suzanne. There are other things I might have asked you, but you know what? That would have destroyed some of the mystery and allure that is Suzanne Robb. We might never meet in person, although I would very much like to meet you, but you are without a doubt a wonderful lady, one who I respect immensely. I leave the podium to you know, my friend. Let all of us know what Suzanne Robb is venturing into next. Add anything to my meandering questions that you wish to. You are my Woman In Horror today. The floor is yours.

Before I bore people about myself, I want to point out why you are so awesome. You are a true gentleman, and you are so supportive and positive of people. Many a time a comment from you made me smile and think, “he’s right, to hell with them.” I hope we meet as well. I’ll bring the chocolate.
As for what I am up to, as I mentioned earlier Permuted Press is going to be putting out the Z-Boat trilogy. I also have a science fiction horror novel I am in the editing phase of as well as a were-wolf bite gone wrong novel I am preparing for submission. The latter is called The Moonlight Killer (though it might change) and is a paranormal/fantasy/horror/dark humor combination. The science fiction one is titled Welcome to the future and is a dystopian tale of genetic alteration gone wrong.
I am also working on a zombie collection with some other talented writers and have an idea rolling around in my head for another book about zombies, but as usual it would not be traditional. I need to think it out a bit more.
And I will leave it at that. Thanks again, Blaze.
You are a super guy!

Suzanne has many more stories coming for her fans, of which I have to be one of her biggest. Suzanne Robb is a Woman In Horror!


Blaze McRob



Amazon bio:

Suzanne Robb is the author of Z-BOAT, Z-TOPIA, and Z-END, all to be released this year by Permuted Press. She also has a short story collection titled Were-wolves, Apocalypses, and Genetic Mutation, Oh my! published by Dark Continents. She co-edited Anxiety Disorders-True Stories of Survival for Hidden Thoughts Press, and the apocalyptic anthology Read the end First.
Currently she is working on a paranormal fantasy with elements of dark humor, a science fiction body horror, and a science fiction novel.
In her free time she reads, watches movies, plays with her dog, and enjoys chocolate, and LEGO's.



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