A cyborg on the edge of eternity, a lonely 10-year old girl, a curmudgeon seeking his one great novel; there are many lost souls desperate for a way out. These twenty tales, along with sometimes macabre illustrations, shows us the side of humanity we’d often like to ignore.
In The Deep Dark Woods
In the Deep Dark Wood fear abounds. It may be creatures that only you can see, or the fevered imaginations of your nightmares. In the woods, one doesn’t know what they might find. No mater what, when you go walking in the woods at night...you may not make it back out.
1001 Questions To Help Flesh Out Your Character
This guide helps writers fully understand their characters by giving a series of questions in four specific sections: background, mind, body, and soul. Questions range from simple ways to understand the physical aspects of your characters to fully understanding their motivations and desires.
1001 Horror Writing Prompts
What Scares You?
It’s a question that all horror writers want to know. To understand the answer, it is important to look at the fear itself. Whether you are a novice or writing professional, the prompts contained in this book are designed to give you more food for thought when crafting your creative works.
1001 Sci-Fi Writing Prompts
Science Fiction is all about exploration.
We want to know more about the known world, but especially the unknown. It is in that idea of unlimited potential that the sci-fi genre was born. Whether you are a novice or writing professional, the prompts contained in this book are designed to give you more food for thought when crafting your creative works.
Write Horror, Good Enough To Wake The Dead
Love Horror? Want To Write it?
Write Horror: Good Enough to Wake the Dead is a writing guide like no other. Specialized to the genre, Write Horror includes examples from movies, literature, and film as well as practical examples.