Thursday, February 18, 2016


 Quinn Cullen is my Woman In Horror today! Quinn blends genres, combining horror, poetry, erotica, and paranormal romance.

Quinn is not only an author. She also edits and formats. And, all this is done in addition to a busy day job and working on a number of projects around the house.

I'm hoping that this is the year Quinn gets her novel published, as well as a novella she has been perfecting for a while now.

Quinn loves to spread the word about other authors. You can see that in the picture of her I have here where she is holding Heath Stallcup's book up.

 Quinn's Amazon Page bio:

"Quinn Cullen, Director of Romance at Visionary Press is a multi genre author. Her writing includes paranormal romance, erotica, horror and poetry. A long time New England resident, Quinn feels fortunate to be living in an area that affords her the privilege of all four seasons, enjoying the fringe benefits of the different climates that each one has to offer. In awe of its overwhelming brute force and mystique, Quinn's favorite place on this wonderful earth is by the ocean."

Quinn's great books:

Carnal Justice is a different kind of story about cannibalism. It adds erotica and justice to the mix. The tale goes along lines I never expected it to, which for me is always a grand thing. This is a super story at a wonderful price and is available in paperback version as well as Kindle.

Book description:

 No one helped Kate when she was young and vulnerable. Not one person was brought to justice for crimes committed against her. Molested and forced into cannibalism, years later, Kate, along with a few trusted friends, lend a new meaning to the word ‘justice’. Thanks to Kate, pedophiles and rapists, are tried, convicted, and executed, never escaping her ‘Carnal Justice’.

Format: Kindle Edition
I gave the story three stars instead of four because I think the characters could have been a lot more developed. It was hard to feel anything for the group of ladies, despite knowing they were victims in the past.

The sex scene in the beginning through me off...I was expecting horror, not elaborate erotica. BUT, it was written fairly well.

I found this story through a HORROR search, but I didn't feel that it was very horrific, even with the cannibalism.

I liked the story, but I think there could have been more to it. 
From Dusk Til Dawn is an anthology of horror and love. Don't be expecting conventional love stories here. What happens in the dark, stays in the dark. Quinn's great tale Twilight Interlude is a part of this super tome. Quinn not only has her story in this anthology: she edited, formatted, and did the cover art for it. Way to go!

Book description: 
 Never…not in your wildest dreams… would you believe the creatures of the night that invaded your dreams as a child were real… right? Think again. Do you remember those times, when, even as an adult, in the middle of the night you were startled awake? You woke up confused and trembling, never understanding why, or even knowing what it was that drew you out of your slumber. Believing that a nightmare was the cause, you made light of the screams, and the moans, and the whispers that remained in your head.
“From Dusk Til Dawn” gives us a glimpse into the realm of darkness, the time of day, or rather night, when those unimaginable creatures of the dark come out to play. And the things that they do…and who they do it with...well...romance will surely take on a new meaning, and you might never again turn off the lights.
Quinn opens this anthology with her fantastic story The Sentinel's Bride. This is a great tale and the perfect way to showcase an anthology. She also has another chilling story, Owl's Head, in this collection.
Book description:
 It has been said that love is a many-splendored thing, but wheres the fun in that? Within this collection, the writers have chosen to present to you all the many other faces of Love. Jealousy, obsession, interspecies and supernatural pairings and even the fires of passion burning for those no longer among the living are all just as splendid in their own way, right? Delve into the unusual delights of The Bloody Book of Grotesque love and youll never, ever view Love quite the same again.
Quinn also has  poetic talents. In Love's Peripeteias, she has two poems, Wings Of Destiny, and Devastates Me. More super work from the pen of Quinn.

Book description:
 Love’s Peripeteias is a throng of poetry that covers the gamut of relationship experience. From a relationship’s sunrise to sunset, there is a piece for everyone to enjoy. This is NOT your typical collection of ‘love’ poems, but rather, an eclectic array of personal experience that will captivate your heart. Whether you have loved and lost or you have lost love, if you have been hurt to the point of no return, or if you are still madly in love with your soul mate, “Love’s Peripeteias” is a coffee table compilation you will share with friends and family for years to come.
By Ash on February 18, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I've never read these authors before and all I can say is Wow. This anthology of works was heart wrenching at times, you can definitely tell the authors put their heart and soul into it. I wanted to cry a couple times from the emotions I had, I even chuckled a few times. All in all, this is something I will be reading multiple times, it is most definitely worth the price and more. Visionary Press Cooperative, please do another with all the authors again.
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
A feast of words interspersed with a gentle balm for the eyes. This is the touching yet very real book on love. The poems are thoughtful, interesting and heartfelt. The pictures a gentle brush stroke. A fine book to chill with your love in the park or sit with it in your reading corner and take it in while eating an apple. :) 
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Quinn is an author to watch. With her skills at writing multiple genres, she is sure to capture many readers' attention.

Quinn Cullen is a Woman In Horror!

Blaze McRob 

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