Tag Archives: Fear

Released

I moved forward
Clawed onward
Climbed the jagged edge
Ignored what was being said Continue reading

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Trick & Treat

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Once

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Intended

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Given To Silence

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Wonderment

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How To Write The Feeling Of Fear

Even if you’re not writing horror, you should know how to write fear. Fear is a universal feeling we all experience and your characters are no exception. To convey fear in your writing, you must first understand it. What type … Continue reading

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