I remember it like yesterday. It had been months since Gary Spencer (Dayton City Paper) and had discussed "Parental Bloodshed" and then a sleepy weekend in January I started getting phone calls from friends about the article. Ask anyone that knows me it takes a lot to get me out of the house on a winter's day. But not that day as i rushed to my nearest news stands to grab a stack.
Celebrating Five Years of Bloodshed
By: J.J. Philips
Save the Date
Save the Date:
Horror Author J.J. Philips Stops by Spike's Dog House to talk Parental Bloodshed
Horror Author J.J. Philips stopped by Spike's Dog House for a live interview.
During the interview J.J. discusses where her inspiration comes from and other authors she enjoys.
J.J. will be vending at the upcoming Days of the Dead convention in Indianapolis, IN. July 5th to 7th.
J.J.'s shirt: The Iron Dog Salvage and Antiques:
508 E. 5th St, Dayton, Ohio 45402
(In Dayton's Historic Oregon District)
Save the Date:
@ HorrorHound Weekend
March 17 - 19th
See you in
"J.J. creates an unapologetic universe for us to be transported to, with little hope of ever being the same afterwards."
- Shawn Anthony
Editor in Chief: SQ Horror Magazine
"J.J. Philips is one of the most talented authors I have read in a very long time. Her style invokes a mental imagery that has her novel playing like a movie in your head. She is fearless, witty, intelligent, and sardonic with her writing presenting a strong female presence in the horror writing universe."
Multiple award winning screen writer & director
Photo taken by Chet King of Hexfyre Photography at HorrorHound Weekend Indianapolis, IN. 2016
“The story is driven by dialogue between the story’s characters, similar to the way that dialogue substantiates the core of Quentin Tarantino’s films “Reservoir Dogs “ and “Pulp Fiction,” adding to the overall cinematic vibe of the novel.”
- Gary Spenzer Dayton City Paper
“I won’t get mad and argue with you. I’ll just destroy you in unimaginable fictional ways for the entertainment of others.”
- J.J. Philips
"J.J. Philips wrote one of the most terrifying things I've read in my life."
-Tony "Spikes" Fisher
-CEO of Rockabilly Blood Productions
His thoughts on: "Parental Bloodshed"
Photo taken by Chet King of Hexfyre Photography at HorrorHound Weekend Cincinnati, OH 2017