The Bone Jar: Killer of the Writers Block

This project seems to have taken on a life of its own. Quite literally, it is screaming to be let out into the light of day like some centuries old corpse that has been waiting for its time in the lime light. Well, more like a big stinking pile of corpses that have been left in the wake of a mass murdering lunatic. I think for both of us, and I am hazarding to speak for Boss Lady but I think I can, this was an unexpected and twisted project that wasn’t exactly unwelcome at all but rather sought out while it came to us asking to be told.

It’s been awhile since I could write this freely. I’ve had massive difficulties since 2013 in getting pen to paper or rather fingers to keyboard. When Boss Lady suggested an October special edition release that was penned between us I was a bit apprehensive at first, I’ll admit that but Boss Lady has some wicked instincts. Thanks to her I’ve been able to get past the writers block by slaying that wicked “my own worse critic” demon. I have fully immersed myself, not only in writing about lunatics and mass murder but blog posts about the craft and publishing world. Boss Lady and The The Three Little Sisters have opened up so many avenues for me to which I am ever so grateful for.

So, cheers to Boss Lady! May we go on fictional murder sprees for another four or five decades or more.

Do note, that if you want to follow this little special limited series in October you should sign up to The Inside Scoop at The The Three Little Sisters to get more information on the upcoming spooktacular, The Bone Jar. Don’t miss the thrilling murderous fun times, you don’t want to.

Sheal Berube

Executive Co-Ordinator

Hi! I’m Sheal, I’m the executive coordinator of Three Little Sisters LLC (and publishing). I am a traditionally published and Indie published author. I’m also a college educated document technician.

What do I do at Three Little Sisters? I curate, I liaison, I edit, I layout and I art around. I am a Jane of all trades and run a tight office ship to keep everything running smoothly between our staff and authors.

I am also the owner and operator of the document tech business Black Cat Editing & Design. If you have a question about our publishing house and LLC, I’m the girl you want to see!