Kendra Temples: The Demonic Diaries

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What people are saying

“Told as a series of blog posts, Kendra Temples’ novella is at turns irreverent, deeply personal, disturbing, and nail-biting.”

“This was a fun & quick novella – I really enjoyed the blog post style which kept the story moving and engaging.”

“Fresh. Witty. Intriguing. Thrilling. The Secret Name pulls you in with a clear and concise writing voice, and an unravelling mystery. For every breadcrumb of information provided, there is another question needing answered; propelling you down an occult rabbit hole.”

“This is the first book EVER that I read that’s horror and I must say it’s f***ing creepy, cool, but creepy. Two thumbs up.”


Working in a creepy mansion surrounded by old books is kind of my dream job, but this might be too creepy—even for me. They asked weird interview questions like “Have you ever seen a dead body”, I swear I heard a woman screaming last night, and I’m sure the owner is hiding something—like why he hired me as a librarian in the first place.

But I can’t quit now. If I miss rent again my boyfriend will finally kick ol’ broke Kendra (me) to the curb and into hobodom. Plus, it’s great inspiration for my writing. I just hope I don’t end up starring in a gothic horror story of my own… Anyways, I’ll update y’all here in my blog.

If you like a quirky heroine facing inexplicable horror, then read The Secret Name today!

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About Eve

Eve Harms is a writer of freaky fun dark fiction. Her work has appeared in publications such as Vastarien Literary Journal, under Rayna Waxhead, and Creepy Catalog, under Kendra Temples. She currently resides in Los Angeles with her children’s book illustrator wife and two cats. You can connect with her on Twitter, Instagram, and not Facebook.

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I never thought telling a scary story could get me in so much trouble.

I was just trying to be a good writing teacher and keep the children in my class awake—by scaring the crap out of them. What do you expect? I’m a horror writer, after all.

But then things got weird, real weird. Don’t they always with me?


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