Vamping up a cocktail mixture so it wouldn’t look out of place at a Halloween party can be quite difficult. As it happens though, it doesn’t take a lot to find other people who have similar ideas, and have already found ways to make the average cocktail incredibly scary. All it takes is a little imagination, access to the right ingredients and a cocktail shaker. Here are some ingenious recipes I’ve Read More ...
What I am about to tell you is a very heartbreaking story. On December 2nd, 2012, Gore Noir Magazine were the recent victims of a major theft in Tucson, during their relocation to Texas. Absolutely everything they owned was packed up in their vehicle and trailer. Not only are we talking about their products for their independently-ran horror magazine…we’re talking about every single thing they owned was packed up in that vehicle and trailer. Irreplaceable, sentimental items were in there.
Just take a moment to think about it. You’re en route to your new home, and you stop at a hotel to rest for one night, before getting back on the road and making the drive. You wake up the next morning, head out to your vehicle to resume your move, and you find nothing but broken glass where you had parked your vehicle. Every possession that you owned is now gone, and you have no idea who took it, or the whereabouts of it.
This past Tuesday, an update was posted that their truck was found, and all of the contents had been taken.
I know it’s December, and for most people out there, funds are tight at this time of year. But I am asking that my readers embrace the giving spirit, and donate a couple of bucks over to Gore Noir Magazine. Even $5 would help!
You can also pre-order your copy of upcoming issues of Gore Noir Magazine, which will tremendously help with up-front printing costs. The next issue being printed will feature the first installment of my quarterly column in their magazine, “Heroines of Horror”. They work extremely hard on every issue, and this particular issue had a really cool photoshoot in it, and myself along with many, many others were eagerly anticipating it’s release.
Also, artist/photography Obscuri is offering a limited-edition print of Miss Gore Noir 2013, Suzi Rubbish, to raise money for the cause. Prints are only $25! You can purchase the print by clicking here.
You can also tremendously help out by sharing the campaign on your website/blog, Facebook page, Twitter, or any other social media outlet you may utilize!
Want to purchase merchandise from The Homicidal Homemaker? The online store is coming soon, where you can buy t-shirts, buttons, stickers, aprons, handbags and much more! I will also have custom-made party invitations, greeting cards, and party supplies so you can bring out YOUR inner homicidal homemaker and host an amazing horror-themed party!
The Homicidal Homemaker has a recipe featured in the “Have a Heart for Horror” Cookbook. The book is now available for purchase! “Fearfully tasty treats, art and poetry by the brilliant minds of women in horror. Every book sold helps to benefit “Get Safe”, a non-profit organization dedicated to preventing real life horrors such as rape & domestic violence. With a foreword by Heidi Honeycutt/Martinuzzi.” A TASTE OF THE WOMEN INVOLVED Read More ...