Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Meredith has been writing pretty much her whole life. She probably made up stories in the womb, too. Early on it was clear her writing would take a darker twist when she wrote, for her first grade picnic story, about the ants.
In 1996 Meredith moved to New York with no job, no college degree, no work experience, no real skills, one friend in the city, a room in the back of someone else’s apartment in Harlem, and a handful of Bat Mitzvah money to get started. Somehow she managed to pull herself together enough to get a job, graduate from NYU in 1999, and get some friends. One of those was a classmate from NYU who was half-Japanese and half-Swiss, and very into all the same dark, disturbing and twisty books and movies Meredith was into. This friendship inspired The Prophesies Trilogy.
When not chasing kids out from underfoot or writing, Meredith enjoys fine wine, yoga, meditation, reading, and watching sci fi/fantasy on TV and in the movies.
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Welcome to another edition of Terror Tuesday, in which I share the books, short stories, movies, and short films that have scared me the most. Feel free to share what scares you in the comments!By all means, 'American Psycho' by Brett Easton Ellis should not have scared me as badly…
Welcome to Terror Tuesday!Saying that something by Stephen King is scary is a little like cheating, isn't it? Yet, most of what I've read by him -- and I've read a lot -- I don't find scary scary, just sort of mildly disturbing or kinda gross.Enter 'The Boogeyman,' a short…
Welcome back to Terror Tuesday!This week I'd like to share one of the scariest books I remember reading: 'The Lost,' by Jonathan Aycliffe.On the surface there is no reason why this novel should have been so scary. It's little more than an updated version of 'Dracula,' even told in the…