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Flash Fiction & Short Story Publication

State of publication for flash fiction and short stories. Magazines that have folded and ones to send to. The industry compensation per word is going up but is that a good thing? Watch the video below to find out and … Continue reading

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Stephen King On Writing.

In all his glory and master craftmanship Stephen King talks about creating the perfect story and much more. There is also a link to his invaluable book about the craft of writing–if you haven’t picked it up yet, do so … Continue reading

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A Most Effective Program (Horror Flash Fiction)

“Dr. Nethers? Neil Nethers?” The nurse asked.
“Yes.”
“Dr. Sudekus is expecting you.” Continue reading

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H.P. Lovecraft–Master Of Horror

I have posted on H.P. Lovecraft before, but I thought I would give a short biography on this master of the macabre. Universally known as the twentieth centuries master of the horror genre, his uniquely bizarre tales are hard to … Continue reading

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Friend & Foe (Horror Flash Fiction)

“I will stop you from telling them about me. In fact, I will keep you from talking at all.” Continue reading

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Watch “Concepts of Horror in Fiction ( Writing Tips )” on YouTube

Very informative vlog on horror in fiction writing.

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How To Write Thrilling Horror Stories That Will Keep Your Readers Terrified.

The bottom line for all fiction is that the story is a lie the reader can believe in, with characters he comes to know and care about. In horror fiction and monster stories, the bottom line is that the reader will believe and be afraid. Continue reading

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