#HorrorAddictsGuide An Interview with Renata Pavrey

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Horror Addicts Guide to Life 2 

Renata PavreyWhat is your name and what is your horror area of interest?

I’m Renata, a nutritionist by profession and a dabbler in many other things. My horror stories cover everything from sports to music, art and food. I write mostly fiction, but my piece for this book is non-fiction.

What is your work in HAGL2 about?
It’s a (lengthy) listicle about women writers in the horror genre – across fiction, non-fiction, prose and poetry, anthologies, novellas and novels. I have featured one author for each day of the month, with a book recommendation for each one of them. The article also includes women editors and publishers who bring more opportunities to women writers and get their work out into the hands of readers.


What is your favorite horror subject and why?
I read just about anything, but I love atmospheric writing – narratives that blur the lines between horror and thriller, reality and the supernatural. I also like books in translation, that teach us about horror writing from different cultures around the world.

What are you looking forward to in the horror genre?
Ghost Orchid Press and Meerkat Press are two indie houses whose books I always look forward to. They have some wonderfully dark fiction. My own horror collection, Surrender to the Swoop released recently, and I’m looking forward to what readers think about it.

Where can readers/listeners find your work? 

For book reviews and author interviews, there’s my blog Tomes and Tales 

Instagram @tomes_and_tales

For my books and news about my writing, I’m on Twitter @writerlyolegacy

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