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Perfect Timing! Halloween Horror Writing Collection

Get Your Horror Story on Shelves! Learn Tips from the Experts!
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The Halloween Horror Writing Collection

Learn from the experts on how to write a horror story that excites readers for decades (or centuries)! Even the scariest and most attention-grabbing horror story ideas will fall flat without a foundation of knowledge about the genre and expectations of the audience. In this kit, you'll find practical tips for writing horror stories that are plausible and cliché-free.

From crafting an edge-of-your-seat plot to creating supernatural characters, this collection pulls together writing tips from best-selling authors to help you get your story idea on the shelves. With these tools, you'll be ready to research, write and publish a bloodcurdling, spine-tingling, horror story that readers are too afraid to put down.

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WD Annotated Classics: Dracula

Learn how to write horror stories that capture the imaginations of readers for centuries! This annotated classic explores the literary techniques used by Bram Stoker to create his masterpiece, with commentary by multi-Stoker award-winning author Mort Castle, plus a foreword by bestselling author Jonathan Maberry. 

On Writing Horror

The masters of the genre are here to teach you how to write a horror story that scares and excites readers! Learn from Stephen King, Jack Ketchum and others the craft of horror writing, how to avoid predictable clichés, and even how the genre as a whole has changed. You could be the next best-selling author in the scariest genre out there.

u5020 Five Things Every Horror Author Needs to Know

Best-selling author Philip Athans will teach you how to write a horror story that scares the pants off your readers! Learn how to avoid the clichés of horror writing, how to come up with new horror story ideas, and more. This 32-minute tutorial provides hands-on advice for writing edge-of-your-seat horror fiction!

Writing Monsters

Monster can't just appear in your story out of nowhere! They must be compelling and rooted in the archetypes of the genre to be believable. Writing Monsters includes descriptions of classic creatures and instruction from best-selling author Philip Athans on writing horror that is equally exciting and plausible.

Genre Novels: Formatting & Submitting Your Manuscript

What happens after you've completed your horror story? In this 15-page excerpt, you'll learn how to query an agent or editor within the horror writing genre. From basic formatting guidelines to the specific do's and don'ts of email queries, this download walks you through the next step of publishing your horror writing.

Writing the Paranormal Novel

Weaving supernatural elements into a story is an art. You have to do so in a fashion that doesn't shatter the believability of the world you've already built in your story. Complete with tips for researching your novel and strategies for getting published, Writing the Paranormal Novel gives you everything you need to craft a novel where even the most unusual twist is not only possible-it's believable.

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