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Carol has been known to work on several projects at once, but writing has always remained to be a constant passion. Everything and anything that she encounters can inspire a tale of Fantasy, Horror or Suspense and she’s on a mission to share these tales with anyone who’ll take the time to read them.

As a native of Brooklyn, New York, some of her tales involve her old neighborhoods while some take place in the unexplored imaginary terrortories of her “Writer’s Realm”.

Don’t let the smile fool you. Behind those pearly whites lies an obsession with things that lurk in the dark; a desire to explore beyond the reach of the light’s glow and poke at what sits in the corner…waiting.

Carol is one of three authors who contributed material to their first self-published book “Corner Stories”, which made its debut in October 2011. Currently, Carol is writing short stories for publication within the “Dark Secrets” project, working on a second anthology of original horror short stories and is also writing her first full novel. Two of her stories, “Rubber Ducky” and “Peace of Mind”, can be found on the Short Story Me website in the Horror section.

Horror and Suspense stories are not the only genre that Carol likes to work in; she also writes poems and lyrics. You can find one of her poems posted as a guest blogger on B. J. Neblett’s poetry blog, “Here For A Season”.

Look for her latest story "The Wood Carver's Knife" to appear in the December 2014 issue of eFiction's "Under the Bed" magazine.
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Posted on November 12, 2014 at 11:28pm 0 Comments

 Sometimes, what happens in the dark, doesn't stay in the dark.  Here's a small piece of what's been floating in my head today.  The start of something or the end of it.  Depends on your point of vie…

Posted on October 14, 2014 at 11:44pm 0 Comments

 Sometimes, what happens in the dark, doesn't stay in the dark.  Here's a small piece of what's been floating in my head today.  The start of something or the end of it.  Depends on your point of view.   - CAG


                When I first woke up, I could hear its panicked breath.  It was the kind of breathing you do when you’re having a bad dream and the monster almost gets you but you wake up just in time.  I woke up the same way.  No light.  None. I scuttled…


Concepts in Horror – “Fear the Great Equalizer” - by C. A. Griffin

Posted on May 17, 2012 at 7:50am 0 Comments

Concepts in Horror – “Fear the Great Equalizer”

- by C. A. Griffin

Everyone is afraid of something.  If they tell you that they’re not of afraid of anything then they are lying.  Most of us don’t want to admit what we’re afraid of and that’s okay.  Most of us are afraid of more than one thing and feel that admitting as much reveals our weaknesses to the world.  That is true.  Fear comes in many shapes, sizes, forms, and degrees.  It’s as in escapable as…


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At 6:00pm on November 6, 2011, AKH said…
Yes I certainly will.
At 5:34pm on November 6, 2011, Jarvis Sheffield - Admin said…

Great news. Make sure you post you books signings and event here as well. 


At 8:39am on May 30, 2011, Jarvis Sheffield - Admin said…
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Posted by Reginald L. Goodwin on January 7, 2019 at 5:30am 0 Comments

Figure 1: On 17 August 2017 LIGO detected gravitational waves from a neutron-star collision. Within 12 hours observatories had identified the source of the event GW170817 within the galaxy NGC 4993 – shown in this Hubble Space Telescope image – and located the associated radioactive emissions, or “kilonova”. Hubble observed that flare of light fade over the course of six days, as shown in these observations taken on 22, 26 and 28 August (insets). (Courtesy: NASA, ESA; A Levan (University of Warwick), N Tanvir (University of Leicester), A…

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