June 26th, 2014
June 03rd, 2014
I was reading about people responding to bullies and thought, yanno, sometimes that does help. Even if said bully never sees the writing. Now, my not-so-good side says, heck, they need an ass-whipping more than a response, and I do think that, but when unable to reach them, this works as well. Why do people feel the need to brutalize those with mental issues, handicaps, who have different life styles, or just because it's fun? I had this really freaky chick not many months back who liked to dig at me for various things. Why? Because she was a bitch. Oh? You thought I had a great reason or something kind and interesting to say? Nah. I think some people just enjoy being bitches or feel they are justified in being one. They are they little, petty, and stupid as to believe anyone cares who they are or what they say.
I have been writing about serial killers for the past 7 books because they are interesting. In each case, the killer "felt justified" in harming someone to make himself feel loved, better, or happier. Seriously? People feel justified in harming others just so they can feel good about themselves? Isn't that like the former? These people seem very self involved, to me, and not victims, but purely evil asses. There is not justification for being a total bitch (male or female). In fact, those people need serious help or a swift kick in the ass. Either is cool.
That said, people who survive that crap do get stronger the the bitches get weaker and that is how things work out. Forgiving these people doesn't work. A slap would help but for a short time because they never learn. What does work is this: Fate, Karma, Life. Yeah, that all comes back and bites them in the butt and it's far worse.
I like that. it's right.
Serial killers and serial bitches don't win in the end, even if they think they have (hee hee) because life will come around and when it does, there's a faint sound. What is that? The victim of the action laughing.
Hey, I'm a great mother and wife and we have a cool family. I am 99% normal even. I'm funny and have pretty green eyes and I am a nice, good person. I just happen to find serial killers interesting because...they sure get it bad in the end. I like fate a whole lot. If you like the same, maybe CSI, or criminal Minds, I have those kinds of books:
February 22nd, 2014
December 17th, 2013
Reality Television had never been this toothsome...first, the contestants are there to survive the dinosaurs and to win 65 million dollars. Survive it. Win it. But things change and the contestants refuse to leave the area. They are going to change them and survive them. As secrets come to light, the contestants can only hope to live it and change it...because something worse than dinosaurs is coming! Dinosaur: 65 Million.
Dinosaurs, sharks, and zombies, oh my!
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September 01st, 2013
May 12th, 2013
About Smooth :
Beside the still water...the zombies roam.
A slightly different take on the zombie genre, Smooth asks if the world be better if we were all neutral and complacent (without violence, greed, hatred, and yes, love and compassion) as parts of our personalities? The road to absolute peace is filled with more than just bumps and gravel when catt dahman tells it; heads will roll...literally. The town of Cold Springs is about to receive the gift of full serenity and some people intend to fight it (as well as the zombies) all the way to the end!
Rain is turning ordinary citizens of the small town into crazed killers and then wiping out their entire personalities. The survivors must avoid the rain, fight the zombish creatures, stay away from the flood waters, and somehow work together as the rising water not only isolates them but also takes their supplies. Can anyone survive? Will they all go smooth?
Catt Dahman lives in Texas with her Husband, son, 4 cats (Ollie, T.S. Eliot, and Procol, and a dog named Levi. Catt writes horror, thrillers, spooky stories, and westerns.