In this workshop, you'll learn how to write pulse-pounding horror short stories.
Some of the topics covered are:
Creating chilling story ideas that hook readers
Developing protagonists that people care about, and antagonists that give them the creeps
Cultivating an atmosphere of fear and...
You can run…but you can never hide who you really are. Natalie Clement found this out the hard way.
When she left an abusive relationship to protect her young daughter, Natalie found her way home without realizing just how lucky she was. Friends and protectors surfaced to help her find her way.
June will walk the writer through the elements that help to create a horror story during the first two weeks and write a horror short story or opening of a longer work during the second week.
We will look at examples of published stories to see what elements worked to make them horror stories...
FOREWORD for The Keeper's Secret Anthology
Whether it’s history itself getting lost in the stone silence of a lighthouse or the time flow of medieval armor clashing from the grave into the now of your mind, this year’s honor roll of top stories from Tell-Tale Publishing will put you up in your...
FOREWORD for Secret Santa Anthology
Oh, the Horror! The Horror!
I've been a fan since my older sister used to wake me up so I could sneak down to watch Creature Feature when I was in elementary school! Funny, I never could seem to get back to sleep . . . While my main writing...
The best anthology yet!
Dare to journey through the bloody mind of a madwoman, or escape, if you can, from an underground military compound, where secret experiments may land you on the menu.
Perhaps you’d like to see what the witches in Salem are doing this Halloween, or what really happened...
Some days, the only plan is survival…
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LESSON #8 – Love of Death & Destruction
Pamela Jaye Smith
Life is a mystery because of death. It springs up from seeming nothing, thrives, and then returns to seeming nothingness.
Life is precariously fragile yet also stubbornly persistent. People have survived rebar...
So, I posted about me yesterday under someone else's thread and it was suggested I start my own with a lil about me.
In acuality, I've been writing since I was about 12 or 13, but created stories in my head a lot earlier. (NOT to be confused with my fantasies.) In my teens, my stories were a...