Saturday, April 21, 2007

Random Thoughts

Some things you probably shouldn't say to a horror writer:

Your monster/vampire/demon/zombie was just adorable.

That gut-wrenching death scene in chapter ten? I laughed my ass off.

So what screwed you up as a kid?

You're making - like - Stephen King money, now, right?

I keep telling my wife/husband/friend/brother they should elevate their reading tastes. They love your stuff, by the way.

You should let me edit your work before you send it out.

I've got a great story idea for you. It's about possessed objects. Three words: Toaster of Death.









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