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A Torment of Ogres
From a devilry of gremlins to a malevolence of trolls, here are some more monster collective nouns for you to look through and find a monster for your story.
Conclusion of Interview with Meredith Allard
This is the conclusion of my interview with Meredith Allard, author of Her Dear and Loving Husband.
Continuation of Interview with Meredith Allard
This is part 3 of my interview with Meredith Allard, author of Her Dear and Loving Husband.
More of Interview with Meredith Allard
Here is the second part of my interview with Meredith Allard, author of Her Dear and Loving Husband.
My Interview with Meredith Allard
Meredith Allard, author of Her Dear and Loving Husband and Her Loving Husband's Curse, agreed to answer some questions for me about her writing career and her life. Enjoy!
Her Dear and Loving Husband - a Review
Her Dear and Loving Husband, written by Meredith Allard, is book one in The Loving Husband Trilogy. The story has vampires, witches, and even a werewolf. And it is set in Salem, Massachusetts. What better location for a story with such supernatural characters?
More Halloween Related Phobias
Phobias are everywhere. No matter what you fear, I'm sure there is a phobia that describes your fear perfectly. In this article are some phobias that I believe should be associated with Halloween.
Confusing Words from Be to Believe
Would a be or a bee sting you? Is the area right next to a seashore a beach or a beech? Would you eat a beat or a beet? Do you drink a beer or a bier? Learn about these and other confusing words in this article.
Yet More Creepy Crawlies
Here are six more creepy crawlies that live way too close to us. These six nasty, little creatures can be used to inflict terror or great discomfort in your story.
Halloween Idioms and Words
Are you looking for idioms and words that can be used to set a creepy tone to your scene or story? Do you want to use words that will send shivers up your readers' spines? Is it your desire for those who hold your book in their hands to be frozen with fear?
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