Sharon Kernow

Sharon Kernow‘s writing varies but when given free rein veers to the dark in the telling of a horror story, Gothic romance, contemporary crime, or with any situation that may contain an undercurrent of the mysterious or unpleasant. Her ability to write something dark, gritty, and even outright twisted has led to appearances in publications such as MidnightStreet, Aoife’s Kiss, Night To Dawn, and Radgepacket. Her short story — Bitter and Intoxicating — was snapped up for Red Velvet and Absinthe, an anthology edited by Mitzi Szereto, foreword by Kelly Armstrong, designed to evoke the romantic ethos of classic Gothic fiction with a serving of eroticism. She was propelled into the steampunk universe of Space, 1899 and beyond, winning approval of series creator and award-winning game designer, Frank Chadwick, and editor, writer, and co-author, Andy Frankham-Allen.