Friday, October 17, 2014


Meet Stephanie Greenhalgh on Rebecca Boucher's website today! Stephanie is super with fractured fairy tales! I love these variations of the old classics! Stephanie is another Woman In Horror joining in on a fan-tab Q&A with Rebecca.

Make sure you keep up to snuff with Rebecca's blog. She has had some great people there this month and a lot more to come. I'll keep you posted as well.

Blaze McRob

Talking Fractured Fairy Tales and Things That Go Bump in The Night

Gothic Little Red Riding Hood

Today my guest is author Stephanie Greenhalgh, author of The Twistedly True Tale of Ruby Hood and If The Silver Slippers Fit, which she co authored with Jennifer Paquette. Stephanie is somewhat of an expert on fractured fairy tales. Her unconventional take on Little red Ridding Hood has brought her multiple four and five star reviews. While not horror in the true sense, this fairy tale is certainly not for kids. It mixes classic elements with romance, mystery and a little bit of intrigue. Take a look:

In the small town of Woodsville, self-assured Ruby Hood becomes tangled in more than traditional teenage angst. With the Homecoming Dance looming, everything at Woodsville High appears normal, but things are not as they seem. Ruby meets a cute boy with a lopsided grin, Dylan Hunter. She flirts shamelessly with the football star, Kent Wolf, and finds herself in a barrage of harsh verbal altercations with his stunning yet wicked sister, Kayla Wolf. Thankfully, she finds solace in her friend, Lilly Fair. Through a series of odd and painful events, Ruby discovers her true calling and the responsibilities that come with her new power and position. Despite her heartache and sorrow, will Ruby find the inner strength not only to protect herself, but also to keep the Wood safe at all cost?

Stephanie is following up with the second book in the series, The Twistedly True Guardian Tale, and has a few  other projects up her sleeve. She is one busy woman, but I was lucky enough to get her to answer my seven questions on horror and paranormal writing. She gives us another great perspective.
Read the rest of this on Rebecca's website .

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