November 14, 2023 will be the 10 year anniversary of the November 14, 2013 murder of my 8 month old infant son, at BugLight Lighthouse Art Studio of Southern Maine Community College in South Portland, Maine. If you have any information about who his killer is, please call FBI Agent Andy Drewer at 207-774-9322


My Son Was Murdered, The Killer Walks Free, Your Child Could Be Next!

FAQ: What are the most visited pages on this website and how many visits do they get?

Several years ago, I wrote an article on how to write different types of magic uses, or rather how I personally write various types of magic users within the context of my Quaraun books. Today that page is one of my top ten most visited articles. It gets 50 to 500 views/reads/hits/visits per day depending on the time of the years and has had over 200k visits total since it was published.

Amphibious Aliens: Debunking The Atwater Family's Alien Abduction Hoax with more then 30MILLION reads since 2007 and The GoldenEagle: Debunking Stephen King's World's Most Haunted Car Hoax with over tenMILLION reads since 2007 still rank as the two most visited articles on my website, but, neither of those are writing related.

Writing Medieval Servants is my most visited writing related article with over 7MILLION reads.

This website was started in 1996 and has 1 to 3 new articles (all written by me, I am the only writer on this site) published almost daily. In 2017 we crossed ten thousand articles published. As of 2023, EACH article gets MINIMUM 10 to 70 reads PER DAY, with the high traffic articles getting 500+ reads per day.

And since December 2019, my website now gets three hundred thousand to 7 million reads per month - well over ONE HUNDRED MILLION PAGE READS PER YEAR, making it not only the single most trafficked site in the State of Maine, but also one of the most visited websites in ALL OF NEW ENGLAND!

{{{HUGS}}} Thank you to all my readers for making this possible!

 TRIGGERED! I'm a Straight Cis Woman, but I am deemed Too Gay For Old Orchard Beach, Are you too gay for the bigoted, minority harassing, white power, gay hating psychos of The Old Orchard Beach Town Hall Too? 

How I Write:
My Answers to Your Questions
About My Writing

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By EelKat Wendy C Allen

Author of Cozy & Gothic Fantasy, Sweet/Fluffy M/M Furry Romance, Cosmic Horror, Space Opera, & Literary SoL genres. I write Elves, Fae, Unicorns, & Demons.

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What did you do today to step closer to that goal?
Whatever you do, be your best at it!
And remember to have yourself a great and wonderfully glorious day!


By EelKat Wendy C Allen

Eye of the GrigoriIf you ever made fun of or had any part in the destruction of my farm, and the illegal selling of half of my land to Colliard, you shall lose your land.
tent2.JPGIf you ever made fun of or had any part in my being homeless since 2006 - YES, I AM still homeless in 2023, you shall become homeless.
eelkats_house_before_after.jpgIf you ever made fun of or had any part in the backhoe driving over my house, you shall lose your house.
home again the return of the goldeneagle dodge 330If you ever made fun of or had any part in my car being cut in half, you shall lose your car.
volvo-art-car-eelkat-Dazzling-Razzbury-3-artist-wendy-c-allen-painting3.pngIf you ever made fun of or had any part in my becoming crippled, you shall lose your health.
If you ever made fun of or had any part in the murder of my son, your child shall die an equally horrible death.

Evil men go out of their way to try to drive a person to suicide.

Are you an evil man?

Are you sure you're not?

How many people have YOUR hate filled words killed?

Next time you go to do a mean thing to a fellow human, stop and really think about the consequences of your actions.

Did you ever notice how every one has a story to tell about me, yet not one of them ever speaks the truth?

What lies has YOUR gossiping tongue spread about me?

Did you know...

October 16, 2006, bomb blew up my house because of YOUR lies.

August 8, 2013, the house which replaced the one the bomb blew up, was driven over by a backhoe.

November 14, 2013, my 8 month old infant son was murdered because of your lies.

November 14, 2013, I was beaten up, paralized for 5 months, spent 18 weeks relearning to walk, I'm now crippled for the rest of my life, because of YOUR lies.

Are you proud of what you have done?

Enjoy your eternity in Hell. You earned it. You've certainly worked hard for it.


If you have any information about any of these events, please call FBI Agent Andy Drewer at 207-774-9322

Below are questions which have been sent to me from my readers via the Ask EelKat advice column. Each question is a link. Clicking that link will take you directly to the article which I wrote to answer said question. I have tried to arrange them by category in order to make it easier for you to find the answers you need.

As my long time readers will already know a server crash took down most of the old free-hosted site on June 4, 2013 (which was online since 1997 and had reached 6,000+ pages). Thankfully everything was saved on a separate hard-drive and the site is being rebuilt with a new host and for the first time on it's own domain. YAY!

I am currently moving all 6,000 questions&answer articles to this site one page at a time, at a rate of about 4 to 7 new pages being added each day, so be patient. Not all links are yet clickable. This process started on September 2, 2013 and will be ongoing at least through to January 2014. (And it may be well into 2017 before all 6,000 pages will be back online if I continue at this rate of 5 a day.)

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Do your characters try to make like bunnies and create ever more convoluted plots for you? Or do you have to coax them out of your characters?

What sort of Starbuck’s coffee would your characters order? Simple coffee, complicated soy-non-fat-extra-espresso-half-caff-nightmare?

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what has been the toughest criticism you’ve been given as an author. What has been the best component.

I always like hearing about books other authors read. Or, what books they read when they were kids? What were some inspiring books?

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I find it interesting to know what environment people write in. Do they use a pen and paper, laptop? Quiet room, music or what? Dog at their feet? Cat on the desk? Just whatever makes it comfortable to be productive. Just a thought.

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What is best writing advice you can give?

What make the sci-fi (or romance or suspense) genre so special?

I also try to ask at least one question that applies only to the author I’m interviewing. For instance, if the protagonist is an art historian, I might say, “Your MC is an art historian. Why did you choose this profession, and how did you prepare to write about art?”

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E-reader or print book?

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It feels as though your work grows organically, like a live creature.

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In your writing, you seem fascinated with cities and the contact they provide. Where does that come from?

You were an adult and a published writer when you first came upon the word dyslexia and realized it described some of the difficulties you experienced with writing. Did having or not having a word for it make a great difference?

Was it fun to write?

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A number of critics have called the work autobiographical.

Do you revise every day?

What inspired you to write your first book?

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Name one entity that you feel supported you outside of family members.

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What are your 10 favorite books —and why? Favorite films?
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Best and worst part of being a writer?

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How personal is your writing?

Do you outline?

What is your writing routine?

Which comes first? The character's story or the idea for the novel?

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How did you get interested in writing this particular genre (historical novels, mysteries, sci-fi, children's books, etc.)?

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How much research did you have to do on [title] and could you do most of it online?

What's your schedule like as a writer? Do you work 9 to 5, or fit it in where you can around other things like a job or running a household?

Other than Creative Writing or English, what college major would you recommend for someone who hopes to be a professional writer of fiction?

Would you ever consider self-publishing? Why or why not?

How pleased have you been with the cover art your publisher puts on your books? What do you do if you don't like it?

How much do you incorporate real life experiences (your own or others) into your work?

How much if any influence do you have on cover art

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What were your favorite books when you were growing up? (See if they are similar to what you write now.)

How did you get started as a professional writer? (Did you start with magazine articles and then go on to books?)

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What inspired the novel?

Do you see yourself in any of the characters?

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Would you say you know your characters well?

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Do you have any thoughts on so-and-so's behavior throughout
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Were you aware of how the novel would end when you started it?

What author would you compare yourself to?

How close is your writing area to the fridge and do you gain more weight according to the length of the book?

Are you as good as the hype says you are?

How much of your own personality is in the book?

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How long do you spend researching your books?

If you could work with any author who would it be?

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What's your favorite part of a book?

When naming your characters, do you give any thought to the actual meaning?

Do you use real-life facts based on true stories?

 Did you ever think you'd ever become an author?

Which do you think is easier to write: a short story, a poem or a play?

What's your writing flaw?