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About the Author

 

Kristina Stancil is an author and freelance journalist with an impressive list of accolades. She holds a Master’s in  Humanities with a concentration in English from Tiffin as well as a BA in Social and Criminal Justice from Ashford University. Her previous written works include horror movie reviews for the Examiner.com, Blood Reign Literary Magazine, Bayou Entertainment Guide and the Horror Writer’s Members’ Association Newsletter.

 

Kristina is also the author of Murder and Mayhem in North Mississippi, a new edition to the History Press Murder and Mayhem True Crime Series. It is scheduled for release on June 4, 2018. She is also in the process of publishing an early reader children’s book, Frankie Gets Lost, which includes a few of her favorite childhood monsters. With a number of writing projects in the works, Kristina still finds time to help her son, Jason, work on his first work of fiction about a zombie apocalypse.

 

AWARDS

Kristina’s received a number of awards for her literary talents. They include the following:

2001 International Library of Poetry Editor’s Choice Award of Merit

2001 International Library of Poetry Poet of the Year Semi-Finalist

2003 International Library of Poetry Poet of the Year Semi-Finalist

2003 International Library of Poetry Editor’s Choice Award of Merit

2013 HWA August Fresh Blood Member of the Month

2018 American Crime Writers League New Member Spot Light

Memberships

 

She is also a member American Crime Writers League,  a supporting Member of the Horror Writers Association a former HWA Curriculum Chair and a former HWA Gulf Coast Chapter Chair. The latter were due to health related illnesses.

With her latest project, Kristina promises to bring out the best in indie horror by showcasing their talents in Blood Reign Literary Magazine. This venture will feature articles, stories and interviews with up and coming authors and best sellers. Kristina’s talents and perserverance will continue to fuel her passion to provide the world with the best in literary horror.