Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Origin Story



Every wonder how and when the Doll's House was born? See, when a writer really loves--wait. I forgot. You'll need to take this permission slip home first and obtain a parent or guardian signature. In the meantime, the esteemed Iloz Zoc (code name John Cozzoli) has chosen to profile lil ol' me over at his ridiculously fine (and well-punctuated) blog, Zombos' Closet of Horror. This is part of a weekly series that spotlights horror bloggers, and I'm honored to be a part of it, and not just because I'm a raging narcissist pent on spreading my history throughout the Interwebs.


Now you're probably thinking, I've read about Emily's childhood fears already, so what more do you need? Well let's face it: I've always been something of a mystery.


I've been meaning to get that thing removed

Or not at all, but I still go into a little more detail this week about exactly why I started blogging, what inspired me not just to watch more of the movies I'd been enjoying my whole life, but to actually do something productive other than barrage bored friends with zombie survival scenarios. Head here to learn a few more fun facts and as a measure of good faith that that's exactly what you're going to do, here's a more suggestive photo of me and some oregano.

It totally made sense at the time.

8 comments:

  1. A great read indeed! Lots of interesting and entertaining info about you! Congrats on being profiled!

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  2. Loved it! You are a true joy to read dear lady. I look forward to your novel : )

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  3. Thanks dears! Kisses and oregano all around!

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  4. Awesome stuff as always Emdogg! I'm tempted to photoshop that picture on the front of a Women-in-Prison DVD now :D "Violence in a Women's Prison" starring Emily and her fabulous oregano!

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  5. Ha! Oregano will melt the bars and I'll escape (in thirty years)!

    I also totally forgot that there were fake bars in this photo.

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  6. I thought you were Deborah Harry in Tales Form the Darkside!

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  7. As long as you didn't confuse me for Christian Slater or Rae Don Chong post gargoylism (although actually, I wouldn't mind taking after her, even if it meant green goo and man-eating). Hmmm...

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