What is Paper Flower Consortium?

After Out For Souls and Cookies: The Fanstastically True Story was released, I needed some space. You see the real Rosie and Tycho had passed away and I couldn’t work on Demon Dogs for awhile. So I spent time working on some vampire stories and created a universe which held the Paper Flower Consortium, the largest vampire coven in Seattle and the title of my new Podcast!  If you want to jump into it: listen to it here on my website!

I created it when writing my comedy-horror novella, Immortal House, 2018. Laurence, the main character in the novel, is seeking his forever home within his budget. In the book, there are four segments when we learn about Laurence’s history and meet vampires of his acquaintance most who live in the local coven: Paper Flower Consortium. By the way, Laurence does not want to own a condo in the coven as, he feels they are too involved with each other’s existences as it is a mix of a HOA and huge extended family.

Also, as a whole, they are often behind in sporting events and he is always accidently giving them spoilers to movies which they keep meaning to see (except Norma who keeps up with modern culture.)  That being said he has been lovers with Pascaline and William and friends with Charles, Derrik, and Norma and friendly enough with the others. Even before Immortal House released, I knew I would write a “Norma Book” which became a series of cozy mysteries. While working on The Norma’s Cleaning Service Mysteries, I wrote six back stories for the eldest six vampires of the coven, then the back stories for any younger vampires or enthralled humans, merfolk, werewolves or zombies who were important characters in the books. Not to mention the Initiation Guidelines and a few basic laws. Then I realized the amount of material, too short for a book and doesn’t belong in the Norma books or even the longer novellas about some of the ancient vampires. Using the questions which fans asked me when I saw them at the 2018 conventions, I thought of what people wanted to know.  Then I did what every author does, I realized all these little stories could be a podcast! I already had a coven librarian, Loretta Fabron Onfoy to narrate it. The genre is paranormal horror, though some of the stories lean towards horror comedy, paranormal fantasy, or even Gothic horror. Episode 5 is really a Detective Story.

In order to keep to a schedule, I decided to do a twice monthly: 1st and 3rd Fridays. I was able to get some beautiful opening and closing music: Loretta by Evan Witt. Learn More at www.wittynotes.com 

 I hope you enjoy the podcast!Listen to on Buzzsprout Spotify, ApplePodcasts,  Elizabethguizzetti.com, or on your favorite podcast player!

If you enjoy it, please like, subscribe and share it. There is a patreon for people who want early access to the episodes at patreon.com/paperflowerconsortium

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