Dear Readers, in case you were unaware, I am in the Supernatural fandom; a Supernaturalyte, if you will.* This week’s episode, aside from destroying my feelings and burying one of my favorite characters, had a small, key moment of ambiguity that complicated an important moment in Dean Winchester’s character arc. So, let’s take this moment to explore this moment and how deliberate ambiguity can enhance a reader’s experience and complicate how they feel about their hero’s actions. Beware the spoilers, sweetie, below.
As per the announcement I made, my story, “An Ineffective Devil,” was released on Friday over at Crooked/Shift, just in time for Halloween! I am getting around to reading the other stories now, but probably mine is the best. I will stand by that evidence-less assertion until I’ve read the rest of them.
So if you want some Halloween horror or some quirky stories involving the supernatural or paranormal, get over and download. And if you got some change in your pocket and enjoyed what you read, maybe make a wee donation to the publishers.
Happy Halloween, everyone! Drop a comment for how you are celebrating this year. I am trying to get my act together so I can hit up the Drag Queen Race.