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On the Ninth Day of Halloween...

Can’t believe I didn’t think of this first. This is, after all, a blog by a writer. Why on Earth am I just now thinking of the scariest books I’ve ever read? 326 more words

General Musings

Southcart Scarefest: Saturday 31 October 2015 at Southcart Books – Walsall.

This Halloween – Saturday 31 October, I shall be appearing at Southcart Books, Lower Hall Lane, Walsall for the 2nd annual Southcart Scarefest. 102 more words

Antony N Britt

Schadenfreude - Seven

Wednesday night he felt ill with anticipation. It wasn’t just the pre-stage nerves, though he routinely suffered from that affliction – one that could usually be remedied somewhat by a few stiff drinks before he stumbled on stage. 536 more words

Serial Horror Stories

Strange Gardens of the Soul - An Interview with Gwendolyn Kiste

As an author, professional writer, and self-proclaimed word smith I find it difficult to read fiction without sliding into thoughts on how I would “improve” it or considering the plot points I might change. 3,753 more words

IAI - Indie Author Interviews

Schadenfreude - Six

Eventually, something in the tide seemed to turn, as inexplicable and sudden as her comings and goings had formerly been. David himself triggered it, based on her implied interest in his comedy, but even he was surprised when this seemed to bear fruit. 449 more words

Serial Horror Stories

October Horror Writing Prompt #17 - Nightmare Fuel

This comes to you as late as the prompt did. Saturday is so busy for me, on top of me not feeling well. However, it’s a bit of a longer prompt. 1,456 more words


Reblogged - Guest Post: Mark Matthews

Saw this and just thought it was an interesting read. Kind of gives you a bit of insight into the psyche of someone who writers horror.

Source: Guest Post: Mark Matthews

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