It's time for our special Women In Horror Month posts, The Cyber Scream Queen of the Day! The Woman you see highlighted this day and every day this month deserves the recognition for their outstanding achievements in online horror writing.
Name: Nicole Raymond
Blog: Gruesome Details
Bio: Gruesome Details is a horror-related blog, focusing primarily on horror films but also focusing on horror in television and in novels. Horror is much more than morally questionable teens and unstoppable killers in the woods. “Walk this way” as we explore the ever popular horror spoof, and let’s learn how to survive a horror film. At Gruesome Details, we will identify the overlapping horror sub-genres, including exploitation, slasher, and psychological thriller, before delving into horror fiction where the images and sounds are conceived in your mind.
The name is Nicole Raymond (NMRaymond) and I am a horror enthusiast, primarily versed in horror films but certainly not all of the vast titles in the genre. Horror was something I avoided as a child, frightened by the mere music that contained haunting and eerie melodies that accompanied the genre. Not to sound pathetic, but horror was terrifying to me during my childhood. However, a love of gore and mystery is in my blood: my grandmother and my father have enjoyed horror since as long as I could remember. Embracing horror was inevitable for me, I just never imagined how much I would love the genre once I embraced that dark and twisted part of me.
Readers need only know that everything that I write on my horror blog is my personal opinion and that I enjoy inputting comedic relief and puns throughout to bring out my kooky sense of humor. I really just want to share my experiences in the horror genre, whether or not readers agree with my personal opinion. I just want my voice to be heard in this community, and I have felt nothing but welcomed since I arrived in the horror blogosphere. And I would be interested in being suggested titles in the horror genre, specifically novels and short stories, because my horror library is short in that department.