Tag: author

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, […]

Tell me when I’m dead

Are you a “pantser” or a “plotter”? No, I’m not even going to explain what that means. Why? Because we have a guest post from horror author Steven Ramirez who’s going to do a much better job of explaining what that difference is and how that worked into […]

Make me scream

Today we’re joined by L.M. Pruitt, author of the new horror novel, Silk. (The review to which I’ll be posting at 9am) And she’s here to share her delightfully dark thoughts on horror. Let’s jump right in: ♦ ————- ♦ Make me scream First, get your mind out of the gutter—and don’t […]

The Importance of Character Flaws

Good news everyone! We have a guest post from Neil Rochford, the author of The Blue Ridge Project. So let’s just right in: ♦ ————- ♦ Hello out there! I’m Neil Rochford, author of The Blue Ridge Project and deeply flawed human being masquerading as a normal. I’d like to share with […]