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.
I finished up the draft of Die Trying, my 18th novel. It's around 52,000 words and ready for the proofreader. I'm also working on a ...
I thought I'd share a snipped of my work-in-progress, Die Trying. John Regal is a man with the unique ability to spot dangerous people...
"Why didn't they just call the police?" This question can sink your story. If you have characters in trouble and those st...
First lines in fiction are crucial for grabbing the reader. It helps to create a disturbance, or change in the character's situation. Yo...