Have you ever wanted to write a horror novel but had no idea where to start? Think back to a time you were scared. I mean truly terrified. You felt your blood turn to ice in your veins, your face drain of color. Your chest became tight, your body tense. A cold swear formed on … Continue reading 6 Essential Tips To Writing The Horror Novel Of Their Nightmares
Tell me another story, brother For I am still too scared to sleep Mother hasn't come home yet And the shadows have grown deep Betwixt the twilight deafening, I hear a distant step I fear if silence lingers long The devil will come in Tell me another story, brother For now the sound is near … Continue reading Tell me another story, brother
What inspires you to write? Sometimes we call it the muse, and when you feel it, the words fly. This can be stories by other authors, but more than likely, it's something out there in the world that draws out your imagination and inspires you to write. I can make a list of things that … Continue reading Finding Inspiration During Writer’s Block
Have you ever wondered why our favorite horror fiction scares us so much? You could say it has to do with how it's crafted or the fact that it contains some pretty creepy monsters, but the psychology of fear stems a lot from the environment in which it was created, and subsequently perceived. Kat, uh, … Continue reading How Environment Shapes Horror
With the dawn of a new year, one of my goals was to read more books. It's something I've always struggled with before I started taking antidepressants, but I found that as soon as I was medicated, I was able to concentrate better and retain more information. With this new development, I began devouring books … Continue reading Why Is Stephen King So Popular?