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Matt Whiteside interviews WB Welch. They talk about Blood Drops, meditation, sky diving, daily word count goals, and pizza.
WB Welch will have a table at the Take 190 Book and Art Festival to be held at the Killeen Civic Center (in Killeen, Texas). She will be selling copies of Blood Drops, as well as some Blood Drops necklaces and other merchandise.
A review of Blood Drops by Mrs. Y. She talks cover, format, and some of the topics found within.
“I was surprised by the twist of the first story. Thus I wanted to read more.”Mrs. Y
A Q & A with Scarlett Austen: They talk about Blood Drops, what makes a good story, and WB’s writing habits and tendencies.
A review of Blood Drops by Jessica Brister.
“It’s like that instant when you pass over a bridge, and your mind briefly thinks about what it would be like to jump. That’s WB Welch’s style.”Jessica Brister
Teresa Hurst reviews and gives a rating to Blood Drops.
“It’s disturbing in the best kind of way, the way that horror should be.”Teresa Hurst
A Q & A with Joshua Gillingham: They talk about WB’s writing habits, what the horror genre has to offer other than scares, and WB’s weirdest phobia.
A blog post by Tory Hunter on why you should read Blood Drops.
“It doesn’t matter if you don’t like horror. This collection is much more than that.“Tory Hunter
Jinn Russo analyzes “Her,” the opening story from Blood Drops.
“My intent here is to show the various ways in which the ending, while shocking, was well-foreshadowed by aspects of Annie’s character and the symbolism of the fire and marshmallows.”Jinn Russo
Jason A. Meuschke interviews WB Welch for an episode of Sample Chapter Podcast. WB also reads “Her,” the opening story from Blood Drops.
A Q & A with Jason E. Foss on A Dreamer’s Blog.
Paul G. Brodie interviews WB Welch for an episode of his Get Published Podcast.