True story:
I was born on Halloween night on Gallows Road.

I have been a little warped ever since.

If you like the creepy, spooky, haunted, twisted, grotesque, and just plain weird, you and I are going to get along fine. I consider myself a horror writer; almost everything I write, no matter what my intent might have been, usually takes an on-two-wheels, screaming turn into terrible, horrible, no good, very bad things. As Molly Millions might say, "It's just the way I'm wired." My stories range from dark fantasy to science-fiction to Southern Gothic, but with few exceptions, blood and gore and nasty ole dead things abound.

I am currently working on a dark fantasy novel. While I have gone the traditional route before (my short fiction has appeared in several print and online magazines, and I'm a former member of the HWA), I've grown disillusioned with traditional publishing and I'm treading the indie path.

I'm a compulsive reader. My tastes are eclectic. I prefer horror, fantasy, and sci-fi, but I also read mysteries, historical romance, and even the occasional fanfic. If you follow me and you have Wattpad fiction, I will check it out. If it grabs me, I will read it. (Even if it doesn't grab me at first, I will probably read it anyway. I'm serious; it's compulsive.) Don't worry if it's still raw and wriggling--we all have to start somewhere. I had a lot of help on my own writing journey, and I believe in paying it forward as much as I can.

My favorite authors include Stephen King, William Peter Blatty, William Gibson, Alfred Bester, C.S. Lewis, Lovecraft, Tolkien, Bradbury, and Poe.

I collect bones, crustaceans, and roosters.

I love turkey vultures.

One of my dogs likes to bring home dead things. My yard looks terrible. I'm pretty sure none of the parts are human, though.

Pretty sure.

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  • JoinedFebruary 22, 2017



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LibbyFaucette LibbyFaucette Aug 12, 2017 07:26PM
Long time, no post! I'm not dead, I was only pining for the fjords. Just a quickie update here: http://www.libbyfaucette.com/summer-recap/I also have a collection of short stories that will be showi...
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Stories by Libby Faucette
A Pocketful of Dead Things by LibbyFaucette
A Pocketful of Dead Things Horror
A collection of horror short stories, including Southern Gothic, twisted folklore, psychological horror, and a few tales that are "just plain weird." Rated Mature to err on the side of caution.
Red Sky at Night by LibbyFaucette
Red Sky at Night Horror
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The Ties That Bind by LibbyFaucette
The Ties That Bind Horror
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