Favourite quote: 'Each book is a mind alive, a life revealed, a world awaiting exploration, but living
people are all those things, as well—and more, because their stories haven’t yet been completely told' - Dean Koontz, Innocence
Juliet Sneed hoards books the way dragons hoard gold. The Azrael is her first published story.
None of my stories (well, almost none of them) start out the way they are supposed to. I suppose this is normal, but it drives me nuts. I have an especially bad case of it, you see.
The Azrael started out as a semi-comedic little nightmare about a therapist whose client brings a corpse to the session. Then it became a seriously big nightmare about a therapist who murders his clients because they annoy him ("death therapy"). I have a BA in Psychology, so occasionally I just can't resist the urge to parody my professors. After a while, all those syndromes and complexes just make you want to... Anyway...