Tag: horror

Alice: The Wanderland Chronicles by J.M. Sullivan
July 15, 2017 Book Reviews Stephanie Ayers

Title: Alice: The Wanderland Chronicles Genre: YA Horror Author: J.M. Sullivan Rating: 4.5 Ever since the outbreak of the Plague, life hasn’t been easy, and for seventeen-year-old Alice Carroll, it just got worse. Her sister, Dinah, has contracted the ‘un-deadly’ Momerath Virus and without a cure, will soon be worse than dead. She’ll be momerath.
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World Building: A Case for Imagination
May 24, 2017 Writing Advice Stephanie Ayers

As the focus this month has been on world building, you’ve read a lot of articles talking about the process of world building, questions to ask when world building, and articles about when and where to world build according to genre. You’ve learned the dangers of overwriting, how to use your world as a character
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Event: Confluence
May 21, 2017 OWS Features,Press Releases Stephanie Ayers

Through the B2BCyCon, the editors here learned of a wonderful opportunity for authors. It’s an event held annually in Pittsburg, PA. We are excited to share this interview telling you all about them. Q: What exactly is Confluence? A: Confluence is a full weekend (Fri-Sun) Conference with a focus on Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror, in literary,
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Coldly Calculating: Third Time Lucky
April 5, 2017 Coldly Calculating,Writing Prompts A.L. Mabry

A.L. Mabry will be your host each week as we probe the darker corners of your imagination. This series is meant to help feed your mystery/horror muse, so try to give us chills! The prompt is open to interpretation, but try to include the phrase somewhere in your piece. This Week’s Prompt Like many of
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Coldly Calculating: The Whole Nine Yards
March 29, 2017 Coldly Calculating,Writing Prompts A.L. Mabry

  A.L. Mabry will be your host each week as we probe the darker corners of your imagination. This series is meant to help feed your mystery/horror muse, so try to give us chills! The prompt is open to interpretation, but try to include the phrase somewhere in your piece. This Week’s Prompt This phrase
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Coldly Calculating: The Third Degree
March 22, 2017 Coldly Calculating,Writing Prompts A.L. Mabry

A.L. Mabry will be your host each week as we probe the darker corners of your imagination. This series is meant to help feed your mystery/horror muse, so try to give us chills! The prompt is open to interpretation, but try to include the phrase somewhere in your piece. This Week’s Prompt When things are
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Coldly Calculating: To the Nth Degree
March 15, 2017 Coldly Calculating,Writing Prompts A.L. Mabry

A.L. Mabry will be your host each week as we probe the darker corners of your imagination. This series is meant to help feed your mystery/horror muse, so try to give us chills! The prompt is open to interpretation, but try to include the phrase somewhere in your piece. This Week’s Prompt This phrase has
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Coldly Calculating: One Hit Wonder
March 8, 2017 Coldly Calculating,Writing Prompts A.L. Mabry

A.L. Mabry will be your host each week as we probe the darker corners of your imagination. This series is meant to help feed your mystery/horror muse, so try to give us chills! The prompt is open to interpretation, but try to include the phrase somewhere in your piece. This Week’s Prompt While the 50’s
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Coldly Calculating: One Stop Shop
March 1, 2017 Coldly Calculating,Writing Prompts A.L. Mabry

A.L. Mabry will be your host each week as we probe the darker corners of your imagination. This series is meant to help feed your mystery/horror muse, so try to give us chills! The prompt is open to interpretation, but try to include the phrase somewhere in your piece. This Week’s Prompt One of the
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Coldly Calculating: Double Dutch
February 1, 2017 Coldly Calculating,Writing Prompts A.L. Mabry

  A.L. Mabry will be your host each week as we probe the darker corners of your imagination. This series is meant to help feed your mystery/horror muse, so try to give us chills! The prompt is open to interpretation, but try to include the phrase somewhere in your piece. This Week’s Prompt I know
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