How To Write Scary!

by Anne Wayman

day of deadBoo!

Halloween is anything but my favorite celebration, mostly because trick or treat drives me nuts.  I’m the Grinch of Halloween, much more interested in the Day of the Dead or the idea of a harvest season.

None-the-less, here are some blogs about how to write horror and the like:

And yes, there is the Horror Writers Association.

Do you write and/or read horror?


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jorgekafkazar November 2, 2009 at 8:00 pm

Well, I’ve never been a horror fiction fan. I regret having seen most of the few horror/supernatural flicks I’ve sat through. I saw “Silence of the Lambs” once and that was slightly too much. Some horror movies are just plain sick. Some are very clever. “Wait Until Dark,” for one. “Sixth Sense” for another. Oddly, I also liked “Deep Blue Sea.” Someone told me what happens in one scene. Even having been warned, I was still totally caught by surprise when it happened. Scariest flick in my opinion? “Alien.” And speaking of Marxist horror, “The Lives of Others” would be a close second to Alien–shades of socialist grey instead of blood-red. Frightening.

Jorge “I see dud people” Kafkazar
.-= jorgekafkazar´s last blog ..Tenirax, Ch V =-.


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