The Best Horror Writers You’ve Probably Never Read (But Should)…

skullIn light of the fact that my YA horror story, Death House, was just picked up by Black Opal Books, I’m so happy to repost this article on horror stories posted by Kristen Lamb.

The Best Horror Writers You’ve Probably Never Read (But Should)….

4 thoughts on “The Best Horror Writers You’ve Probably Never Read (But Should)…

    • Thank you so much! I’m glad you stopped by, and I’m fairly certain that you will enjoy Death House when it becomes available. Meanwhile, please check out Eve’s Amulet-Book 1, already released. It’s an entertaining time-travel adventure, the first in a series of 6 books where each story takes place in a different era and different location.
      ~Carole

    • Oh, Bethie, don’t be jealous. Let go of everything for just an hour or two, drop the outline, and write one scene, regardless of how long or short (okay, not too short.) Then do another scene the next day. You don’t even have to write consecutive scenes. At least this way your story will move forward and you may be inspired along the way. And don’t forget to look to your writing buddies for support. Good luck!

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