The Horrors of Chantal Boudreau

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Host David Cleinman Welcomes Chantal Boudreau to the show. Chantal is an accountant by day and an author/illustrator during evenings and weekends, who lives by the ocean in beautiful Nova Scotia, Canada with her husband and two children. In addition to being a CMA-MBA, she has a BA with a major in English from Dalhousie University. A member of the Horror Writers Association, she writes and illustrates predominantly horror, dark fantasy and fantasy and has had several of her stories published in a variety of horror anthologies, in online journals and magazines and as stand-alone digital shorts.  She has a preference for zombie stories, weird tales and haunting paranormal fables, although she occasionally delves into the realm of pirates, dragons and other beasties.  Her chilling flash fiction, Little Sister, is one of the finalists in Fangoria’s Weird Word contest

With regards to her longer works, Fervor, her debut novel, a dystopian science fantasy tale, was released in March of 2011 by May December Publications, followed by the release of its sequel, Elevation, in November of 2011.  The third book in the series, Transcendence, is scheduled for release in 2012. The series addresses the concepts of genetic manipulation, the ethics of scientific experimentation and the possible effects of exposing a population to telepathy and other psychokinetic talents.  The series is a blending of genres, combining fantasy, science fiction, horror, mystery and thriller.
 
May December Publications also published Magic University, the first in her fantasy series, Masters & Renegades, released in September 2011.  It is a salt of the earth, playful adventure - fast-paced, as it takes place within a twenty-four hour period. The sequel, Casualties of War, is also scheduled for release in 2012.

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