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Jeremiah Donalson on Horror Writing

Counting Words

by Jeremiah Donaldson

It’s nearly time to attempt writing 50k words during the month of November. That’s 12500 words per week. 1785.7 words per day. 612 more words


New Novels and New Opportunities; A Productive End to 2014

It’s been a little while since I wrote a post. This is due to a combination of reasons. One, I’ve be damned busy – at home and work – and the second is because I didn’t really have anything to say. 527 more words

Alex Laybourne

John F.D. Taft on Horror Writing

Some Unasked Writing Advice,
Or How I Buckled Down on My Writing and
Shot to Authorship and How You Can, Too!

By John F.D. Taff… 2,499 more words


'Tis the Season

“Now is the winter of our discontent . . .” according to Richard III and Shakespeare. For me, though, every winter is winter of my discontent. 541 more words

Horror Writing

New Episodes on YouTube!

Ever wondered how to respond to a producer’s email or what scenes NEED to be in a genre script? Well… wonder no more.

In Screenwriters Beat Episode #17 – How Industry Pros Talk to Writers… 79 more words

Loren Rhoads on Horror Writing

Character Generation

by Loren Rhoads

The novel As Above, So Below (co-written with Brian Thomas) is the story of Lorelei, a succubus who sets her sights the angel Azaziel. 615 more words


Core Elements of a Horror Story

Strip away events, characters, and settings in all horror stories to compare the bare bones.  See a pattern?  The structural bones in these stories are the same.    85 more words