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The Gate - a Review
Jason Brant, author of Gehenna and Echoes, has written another winner. The Gate is a bit different from his previous two books. First, it is longer. Second, it isn't about zombies in the old west. There isn't a character who can read your mind and make you do things against your will.
Phobias That Could Thwart Writers
Halloween is the time when we think about scary things. What is out there that would scare a writer? If the thought of having one of the following phobias is bad, what if having one of them was more than a thought? What if you actually did have one of them? Would you still be able to write?
Mad Hatter Day and Other Unusual Holidays
How silly will you act at the tea party you throw on Mad Hatter Day? Do you need to go outside and scream on International Moment of Frustration Scream Day? How many fears do you need to face on National Face Your Fears Day? Are you going to overindulge in chocolate on National Chocolates Day?
Devil's Oven - a Review
Laura Benedict brings us another winner with Devil's Oven. This story is set in the Appalachian Mountains, a place that is full of all kinds of legends and possible creepy scenarios.
Hauntingly Elegant Doll Picture Writing Prompts
What do you see when you look at this picture? Do you see just an old worn-out doll? Perhaps you think she is ready to be thrown away. Or do you see her as material for a story? I see her as a fighter and a survivor. She looks as though she has come through a terrible ordeal.
Bad Glass - a Review
Bad Glass, written by Richard E. Gropp, is a dark fantasy that will haunt you. Full of bizarre images described in spectacular detail, this book will invade your dreams.
Conclusion of Interview with Charles Gilman
Here is part 2 and the conclusion of my interview with Charles Gilman, author of Professor Gargoyle.
My Interview with Charles Gilman
Charles Gilman, author of Professor Gargoyle, agreed to answer some questions for me about his life and his writing career. I hope you find his answers as interesting as I did.
Professor Gargoyle - a Review
Professor Gargoyle: Tales from Lovecraft Middle School #1, written by Charles Gilman, is the first volume in a new series of novels for young people, ages ten and up. The black-and-white illustrations throughout the book help bring the characters to life right in front of your eyes.
The Main Reason You Need an Editor
If you want to satisfy and entertain your reader so much that he/she will buy more of your books or read more of your stories, then you need to hire an editor to clean up all of the mistakes you made while writing your story.
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