How would you describe your blog?
The Memoirs of a Freelance Psychiatric Nurse on the Night Shift, and the Groovy Outfits She Wears While Cruising the Wards. Plus: Dead Celebrity Recipes – What They Ate and Why They’re Dead.
Fact or Fiction?
It’s all true.
Diary. Gothic. Horror. Cult.
What is the purpose of your blog?
To write. To inform. To entertain.
Where do you get the inspiration for your characters?
What was the first story you ever wrote?
Something about the Devil when I was about 8 years old.
Are you (or would you like to be) a published author?
Yes, I’d like to be published.
If your daily blogging efforts were picked up by an agent and serialised for TV, who would you choose for your staring characters and why? (Alive or dead.)
First off, it’d be a movie. TV’s for pussies.
(a) Angelina Jolie – tits, looks and attitude;
(b) Maria Montez (“Cobra Woman” 1944) – same as Angelina, but with a dark side.
Some people find blogging can be hard work thinking of something daily to post. What keeps you focused?
If blogging is hard work, it’s not for you.
What is your day job?
Do you have a favourite quote?
“Comedy is tragedy plus time.” Carol Burnett.
Can you name five of your top five favourite blogs? (URLS)
Unfair favouritism. Anything with an edge.
What make/model of computer do you work on?
Toshiba Satellite Laptop.
What questions do you wish I had asked? And what would your answers be?
“Do you believe in Divine Intervention?”
“Have you seen the Devil?”
“Was it in close-up or from a distance?”
“Right up close and personal.”
Chantal Le Feu’s posts never cease to amaze, shock and thrill me, all at the same time. Her blog certainly has a gritty, wicked (sick?) feel and yet, there’s something about it which keeps me entertained enough to go back for more. This a humorous, if not perverted, take on life of a freelance psychiatric nurse on the night shift. It’s also dark, erotic and has an incestuous flavour, not all readers will approve of. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!!
Me? I like the alternative, and this certainly fits into that genre. Take a look for yourself, using the link above to be transported to the psychiatric ward. Who knows? You may never get out again!
Please check this out too.
Fire in Bedlam
Archive Files Relating to the History, Condition, and Security Grading of Inmates at this Asylum, and the Significance of that Data for Appropriate Clinical, Medical and Psychological Treatments, in accordance with Government Guidelines.
Yes, another of Chantal Le Feu’s cleverly written little treats!