Debbie Kuhn writes across genres, but admits that horror is her favorite. Her ghostly tales used to give her classmates nightmares back in grade school. To avoid expulsion, she stopped telling the stories out loud and began writing them down in the dead of night.

120914_0006_204_263Debbie is also a freelance editor. To date, she has written three novels and is currently working on two others. Her latest release is an eBook horror story collection (available on Amazon and other online bookstores): “The White Death and Other Ghastly Ghost Stories.” Her speculative short fiction has appeared in the Dark Light Anthology (June 2012), Apex Digest featured horror writer anthologies entitled Gratia Placenti (December 2007) and Harlan County Horrors (October 2009), Shroud Magazine Issue #9 (August 2010), Wicked Karnival Magazine Issue #7 (October 2006), Theatre of Decay, Nocturnal Ooze, GateWay SciFi Magazine, Best of Astounding Tales (Vol. 1), Anotherealm, Mysterical-E, Whispers of Wickedness, Estronomicon, Whispering Spirits, Blood Rose, DemonMinds, the Sauciest Tales Antho, and other publications. A voracious reader, she loves dark supernatural fiction, urban fantasy and mysteries by Stephen King, Joe Hill, Anne and Christopher Rice, Janet Evanovich, Patricia Briggs, Ilona Andrews, and many others (including Poe, Fitzgerald, Byron…)

Traveling is Deb’s other great passion in life. After obtaining a degree in Speech Pathology from the University of Cincinnati, she began wandering extensively throughout the United States, Europe and the Middle East. The fascinating people and places she has encountered on her journeys have led to many memorable experiences that continue to inspire her imagination.

Debbie now lives in Kentucky with her significant other and a wicked white feline. You can email her by clicking here.