Tag Archives: characterization

Killing Them Softly (Not): How I Transitioned to Writing Horror

Today I’m blogging at Flying Turtle Publishing. Check out my post at Flying Turtle. Above photo, A Groaning Too Deep For Utterance by bluecinderella, courtesy of Creative Commons.

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Putting Characters in Sticky Situations

Image by Sam Catch from Creative Commons When I read Gemini Jones: My Past Came Knocking by Veronica Faye, I thought the premise was great. I’m always skeptical of reading self-published books, but I was pleasantly surprised by this one. … Continue reading

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I’m Not Crazy, I’m a Writer!

Image by Sebastien Wiertz from Creative Commons So I’m trolling through my book reviews on Goodreads and come across a comment another reviewer made about The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom. The reviewer commented how odd it was for Grissom to … Continue reading

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