Women Scorned is, by far, the most twisted work I have ever completed (not to say that my other works aren't dark and disturbing as well). When people read this, or hear what it's about, they look at me with utter confusion and say,"But you're so nice." I have a hard time not laughing.
Do horror writers need to be cruel and psychotic to write this way? I sure hope not, because I've loved the genre since I could remember.
With Women Scorned I made it a point to tackle the concept of revenge and whether or not it really makes a person able to move on. I tried to showcase many different scorned women, some who might not have been very nice while living.
When I shared this book with my husband, he turned the lights on when he got up in the middle of the night for about two weeks following, and he loves horror just as much as I do. This made me proud. If I could disturb him (considering the fact that these types of stories make up the majority of what we read and watch), then I must've done something incredibly right.
See for yourself. It's my favorite book, to date. Camilla still haunts me. I've considered writing more, but I'm not sure just how to expand on this story.
Well, enjoy! And thanks for allowing me to entertain your wicked mind.