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How To Write A Terrifying Villain.

As readers, we want our villains to be scary, horrific, and unstoppable. At least I do. So how as a writer do you go about creating that iconic villain that has your readers turning on the lights and checking behind … Continue reading

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Every Last Drop Of Hope (Flash Fiction)

Kirkland ran his hand across his beard wiping away the excess blood. Continue reading

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My Mother’s Son

“I will turn you.” “I’ll never be like you!” With that, he pulled the trigger. The hole in her head bled for only a moment before closing up. “I told you I can’t die a natural death, Ian, ” she … Continue reading

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How To Write Horror Part 4

In our final installment of today’s How to Write Horror series, we’re going to talk about horror cliches to avoid when writing your story. We all know a cliche when we read one. However, these might not be so obvious … Continue reading

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