A Springboard For Inspired Horror Story Writing
Books / Guest Post

A Springboard For Inspired Horror Story Writing

Hello you lovely reader of the dark, today we have a guest post from author Dean Klein talking about gaining inspiration for writing his novels. And without futher ado- here’s Dean ◊♦◊ ◊♦◊ ◊♦◊ ◊♦◊ ◊♦◊ ◊♦◊ ◊♦◊ ◊♦◊ ◊♦◊ ◊♦◊ Many authors are certainly inspired by the works of other authors, current or deceased. In that regard, I’m no different. Michael Crichton and Sir Author … Continue reading

New horror book releases to get you in the mood for Halloween
Books / Lists

New horror book releases to get you in the mood for Halloween

There are seriously so many incredible horror books coming out this year it’s hard to keep up with. And I’m not even talking about our main stream buddies, I’m talking kick-ass literary indie horror. SO rather than streeeeeeetch out all of these glorious books into next year sometime as a review, here’s New horror books to … Continue reading

Ditching the middle man and telling the story that matters
Author / Blog Tours / Books / Gothic Horror / Interviews

Ditching the middle man and telling the story that matters

What do you do when a story about a place from your past haunts you over continents? What about when it’s icy grasp touches you through decades? That’s one of the many questions that will be answered during today’s interview with  Christian Saunders, the author of the book Sker House and No Man’s Land: Horror in … Continue reading