Last night was Tornado Time!!! Got the alert at 2:45 AM to find someplace safe, so we moved to the living room, which was less likely to have a tree branch smash through a window and shower us with shards of broken glass.
The alert expired at 3:00 AM. We went back to bed.
I lived in Florida for over 20 years before moving to Georgia, so I’m used to hurricanes, where it’s basically a week of “THE END OF TIMES IS NIGH!!!” I’m not used to, “Hey, we’re gonna get some tornadoes tonight. Okay, here’s our fifteen-minute window of danger. Okay, it’s all good, enjoy the rest of your night.” I’m not saying that I’m in love with tornadoes or anything, but I do like them better.
Considering Stories continues its weekly essays of my books with “Rewriting The Nightmare Fuel Narrative: Clowns Vs. Spiders.” Check it out HERE.
Meanwhile, Lionel Ray Green’s Double Feature column for April reviews Allison along with John Everson’s House by the Cemetery. Check it out HERE.