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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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How To Write Horror Part 3

What is psychological horror? As a subgenre of horror, this style of horror writing can truly be terrifying to readers. It rattles the mind in a way blood, and guts fear cannot. In our third installment of writing horror, we … Continue reading

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How To Write Horror Part 2

When it comes to the horror genre crafting your characters is of the utmost importance. Your readers need to sympathize and care for those characters, so they feel the terror you’re trying to put them through. The second video in … Continue reading

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How To Write Better Horror Part 1

What are the most critical aspects of a horror story? The screams and scares? Well that’s true, that’s the end game but what do you need to do to guarantee those scares? In part one we are going to look … Continue reading

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