L.T. Bradley

is creating Pacific Northwest Gothic fiction

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Call me L.T. Bradley.
I got my start on the broiling streets of Fresno, CA which served as the inspiration and setting for my debut novel, Wolf Song. This story currently maintains a 4.7 Star rating on Amazon.com!
Now, I live in Portland, OR with my family, and am striving to become a frontrunner of Pacific Northwest Gothic fiction with works such as, The Rule of Three, Blood Moon, R U S H, Forest of the Lost, and Under a Violet Moon.
With my writing, I try to put a new twist on conventional Young Adult and New Adult literature with contemporary, enigmatic stories centering on the Pacific Northwest. These stories culminate in a new sub-genre known as "Pacific Northwest Gothic."

Pacific Northwest Gothic is a sub-genre of Gothic media characterized by bleak settings in the Pacific Northwest, flawed (and often disturbing) characters, and the darker side of the Pacific Northwest where horror lurks in isolated, rural areas.
Here, something sinister prowls in the woods—ghosts, werewolves, witches, druids, fairies and other such beings enjoy toying with wayward travelers, their malevolent eyes gazing from every shadow. Perhaps even the trees themselves are an enemy waiting to pounce.
Strange noises echo every errant step. Was that a twig or a bone snapping beneath your boot? The morning fog covers your campsite. As it dissipates, you realize our friend’s tent is missing. How many people came on this camping trip? It was always one, wasn’t it? …wasn’t it?
Pacific Northwest Gothic settings have a constant feel of clamminess, isolation, and malaise. It also takes advantage of the roving, urban settings of Portland, OR and Seattle, WA where not everything is as it seems. Sometimes the city is just as treacherous as the woods.
As a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University, and put my BFA in Creative Writing to use crafting the best stories I can while speaking frankly about tips and tricks on my AuthorTube channel.
This channel also reviews, dissects, and promotes other indie work from authors like you!
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