I don’t know, I kinda like mine.
I fed it “Shannon enjoyed writing and she ate a lot of chocolate” (I’m Shannon) and it spit out:
Shannon enjoyed writing and she ate a lot of chocolate while she was there.
Then came the decision: She quit the writing job and began living out her dream. “As part of the marriage, I would give up a bit of writing to travel,” she said, recalling how she bought a home in North Carolina that had been built in the process, and then later put up on Airbnb.
That “bachelor” was not a big deal. She moved back to the U.S. in 2014 to try her hand at writing and soon started to make big waves in the world of horror authors and horror film actors.
A few years later, one night in a bar on Manhattan’s West Side, her partner and fellow horror writer John Sienkiewicz, a friend of Sienkiewicz’s and friend of his family, was brutally murdered in a hotel room. There’s something unsettling about that. It is, at times, a moment of terror, and the only real way she can say her work remains important to her.
She says the events in Vancouver, the killings and the way we look at the horror genre led her to take a deep dive into her life.
“It’s kind of a new world to think about, to be honest,” she said, as someone who had been in New York City all her life. “It’s more than that, it is the place to be about the world, to be living.”