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Renee S. DeCamillis

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Renee S. DeCamillis is the author of the psychological thriller/supernatural horror novella The Bone Cutters, published through Eraserhead Press as part of their 2019 New Bizarro Authors Series. Renee is an Editorial Intern for the 5-time Bram Stoker award-winning speculative fiction and dark fiction publisher Crystal Lake Publishing, and a writer for Phi3 Comics. She is a member of the Horror Writers Association, the New England Horror Writers, and the Horror Writers of Maine. Renee is also a lyricist and poet, a life-long musician and singer, & a tree-hugging hippie with a sharp metal edge.

She is currently hard at work writing the sequel to The Bone Cutters.

Renee’s short fiction appears in the Wicked Women anthology from NEHW Press, Dea
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Renee S. DeCamillis I have various things that help me with writer's block, but not one single thing helps me every time. Some of my go-to things that help me bust down …more I have various things that help me with writer's block, but not one single thing helps me every time. Some of my go-to things that help me bust down that wall that rises up are: step away from the work and do something else--something active; get outside in nature; play music--and not just popping on the radio, or playing a CD or whatever--but actually playing music myself helps get my creative energy revved back up; do something mundane that allows my mind to wander and think about the piece(s) of writing I'm having trouble moving forward with, like getting on the treadmill or the elliptical machine or going for a long walk or drive and, again, allow my mind to wander and think about my work(s)/idea(s); play and/or read with my young son; read a book from my tbr pile. These are just some of the things that help me. I'm sure there are other things I've done that may have helped, but they are not coming to mind at the moment. I do also find that when I take a long shower creative ideas start flowing from me like the water flows from the shower head. (less)
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$0.99 Kindle sale for The Bone Cutters--In celebration of the upcoming year anniversary of my debut book publication, Sept. 1st., this sale will run for two weeks.

*** “…razor sharp...grabs hold from the get go, and drags the reader through a surreal experience that evokes One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, if written by Clive Barker. A recommended novella.”—Monster Librarian

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