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Jennifer Vasquez

Editor/Blogger/Freelance Writer

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I hail from Long Beach, California, a city conveniently nestled between Los Angeles and Orange County. In a nutshell, I have a wide range of interests that influence my writing. I have a passion for books that borders on obsession. Charlotte Brontë and Anne Rice inspire me. I appreciate vintage style and old Hollywood films. I'm also fascinated with anything and everything spooky! If it’s tinged with goth, I’m all over it. I share my pursuits with readers so they can join in on the fun.

Midsummer Scream 2019: Christine McConnell Panel Recap

By Jennifer Vasquez There's no doubt many of us were sad to hear earlier this year that Netflix was cancelling The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell, so being able to see the cast reunited at this year's Midsummer Scream was a treat!

Midsummer Scream 2019: Los Angeles Haunted Hayride Panel

By Jennifer Vasquez The Los Angeles Haunted Hayride is amping up the spooky action this Halloween season! The Midsummer Scream panel included Thirteenth Floor Entertainment Group's Chris Stafford and Warren Conrad, Jon Cooke and Ted Dougherty of Plague Productions and LA Haunted Hayride founder Melissa Carbone.

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Cinepocalypse Film Fest 2019 - "BELZEBUTH" Review

Emilio Portes directs this English/Spanish language horror film that takes place on both sides of the U.S. and Mexico border. The movie stars Joaquin Cosio (The Strain) as Emmanuel Ritter, a detective who tragically loses his first-born son at the opening of the film when a deranged nurse walks into the hospital nursery and begins stabbing newborns with a scalpel, then commits suicide.

Best Side Hustles to Earn Extra Money

Need to pay off loans or debt? Or looking for some extra cash? Community member jannvasquez lists the best side hustles to earn extra money!

What I Learned This Year: A Millennial's Life Lesson

Yes, it seems like an obvious thing to know, especially when one is in her thirties, but I think subconsciously I was keeping this inconvenient truth at bay. Of course, knowing the outcome of every life situation is, not only unrealistic, but boring. Daily curveballs and surprises are good for growth.

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