Pamela K. Kinney

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Gender FEMALE
Industry Publishing
Occupation published writer/actress
Location Chesterfield, Virginia, United States
Introduction Pamela K. Kinney is a published author of horror, science fiction, fantasy, poetry, and nonfiction ghost books published by Schiffer Publishing. Her latest fiction includes short horror stories, "Donating" in Inhuman Magazine, Issue 5 December 2011 and "Bottled Spirits" (a Predator and Editor 2012 winner and a 2013 WSFA Small Press Award runner up), “Azathoth is Here" reprinted by Innsmouth Press in Innsmouth Magazine: Collected Issues 1-4 in Kindle and ePub formats, short dark fantasy, “Devil in the Details,” included in Harboring Secrets anthology and short horror story, “Let Demon Dogs Lie” released in Southern Haunt: Devils in the Darkness anthology March 2014, and coming soon, a fantasy short story, “Weregoat” in Strangely Funny II anthology. And of course, she has her horror and dark fantasy tales collection in print and download, Spectre Nightmares and Visitations, published by Under the Moon. She also has done acting on stage and in films, is a Master Costumer, costuming since 1972, and she even does paranormal investigating, including for DVDs for Paranormal World Seekers, filmed by AVA Productions.
Interests Science fiction, fantasy, horror and paranormal and historical romance. Also collect anything on dragons, wolves, cats, my cat, my husband, Mexican and Oriental food, baking, crafts, costuming, scifi conventions, writing, acting, medieval and 1600s times, reading, pirates (actually started a pirate group in Virginia)and watching films in theater or on DVDs.
Favorite Movies The Haunting(1960), Star Wars:Empire Strikes Back, Pirates of the Caribbean, all three Lord of the Rings films, Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Dragonslayer, Wrinkle in Time. There's more, but geesh, does that'd take forever!
Favorite Books The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson, Wrinkle in Time by Madeliene L'Engle, All of the Dresdan Files novels by Jim Butcher, Dragonflight by Anne McCaffey, All of Ray Bradbury books, His Majesty's Dragon by Naomi Novik, Terry Brooks' books, the first four Anita Blake books by Laurell K. Hamilton and Wolfen by Whitley Strieber. I also enjoy many other books, too, just can't think of or want to keep posting.

If you were a pirate, how would you avoid laughing when saying "poop deck"?

By laughing inside while being serious outside.