What Makes a Great Horror Story? - Writers Write

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7 Spine-Chilling Tips For Writing An Unforgettable Horror Story - Writers Write

What Makes a Great Horror Story? As a genre, horror has the incredible power to move people to extreme emotion. Because it taps into our collective fear, shame and unconscious impulses.

Horror fiction frequently presents the idea of evil in such a shorthand form as to be essentially meaningless—something vague out there that...

How to Write Horror Fiction and Avoid Typical Horror Genre Clichés

Make the book sum up. And then on the last page kill the most lovable character by the main protagonist and the protagonist likes it.

Make the book sum up. And then on the last page kill the most lovable character by the main protagonist and the protagonist likes it. How to make a characters death sadder

How to Write a Comedy Script: Guest Post from Playwright Jessica Bylander | Better Novel Project

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Master list of helpful links and tips on writing horror, supernatural, and paranormal stories

Master list of helpful links on writing horror, supernatural, and paranormal stories. Writing - Tips and Tricks.

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6 Terror Tactics For Creating Really Terrifying Villains http://sachablack.co.uk/2015/07/13/6-terror-tactics-for-really-scary-villains/#more-2503 Browse the site for more discussion, tips and hints about writing.

6 Terror Tactics For Really Scary Villains

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When asked why he wrote horror stories, Stephen King once said that he wrote about the things that scared him the most.He went on to say, writing horror stories was therapeutic in a way; a method to overcome his own insecurities and phobias.

Are You Writing with a Fear Filter

Well, after reading this article I can say with a level of certainty that I am NOT writing with a fear filter. It has been made clear to me that I have no trouble with brutality when it comes to authentic reactions and situations

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