Blog Share – Stereotypes of Horror Writers

While browsing one of the many Google Alerts I receive daily by e-mail, I discovered this very interesting feature on the Writer’s Resource website written by Ellie Wood. I thought it was a fascinating and realistic view on the perceptions of horror writers and wanted to share it with you. There is an abundance of … Continue reading Blog Share – Stereotypes of Horror Writers

Blog Share – Stephen King’s Top 20 Rules For Writers

Stephen King’s books have sold over 350 million copies. Like them or loathe them, you have to admit that’s impressive. King’s manual “On Writing” reveals that he’s relentlessly dedicated to his craft. He admits that not even The King himself always sticks to his rules - but trying to follow them is a good start. … Continue reading Blog Share – Stephen King’s Top 20 Rules For Writers

Blog Share – The History of Creepy Dolls

While researching the information for my blog post “The Dread Files – Pediophobia,” I discovered this superb feature on the Smithsonian website written by Linda Rodriguez McRobbie on July 15th, 2015. In my humble opinion, this feature is too interesting not to share with you as a companion to my “Dread Files” feature. The History … Continue reading Blog Share – The History of Creepy Dolls