Last week we talked about the origin of vampires, focusing on Vlad the Impaler. This week, we'll take a look at how vampires made their way into the horror world centuries later.
What teenage girl in the early 2000s didn't wish Edward Cullen would fly into her room at night and turn her into an ageless, flawless vampire as portrayed by Stephanie Meyer? I know I did. For decades, vampires have been an object of lust; the sheer idea of a mysterious figure of the night sweeping … Continue reading Vampires: The Origin of Dracula
A few weeks—maybe months, who even knows anymore—back, I wrote a blog about starting a book in 15 minutes or less. In that, I talked about the importance of creating an outline. While I highly encourage you to check out the entire blog post, in a nutshell, I wrote that an outline is important because … Continue reading Outlining Made Easy: The Importance & How-To Guide
Are you looking to escape the horrors of the real world that seem to be all around us lately? If so, I have just what you're looking for. Lost Girls, my first novel was published just over one year ago with a major cliffhanger. Finally, you'll learn the truth about Felicity Walker and Brady Parker. Recently … Continue reading How to Escape the Horrors of the Real World
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Geez, where do I even begin? It's been three whole months since I've even considered sitting down and writing anything. Why? That in itself would probably take me a whole month to explain. But the abridged version of what's been going on is simply that life got in the way of me even thinking remotely creative … Continue reading New Year, New Blog: Writing Goals for an Indie Author
So, you've just finished writing an amazing book. You couldn't be more proud of this major accomplishment. You couldn't be more excited to share it with the rest of the world. If you're like me and have chosen the self-publishing route in life, you may find yourself stuck as to what goes on that dreaded back cover. … Continue reading How To Write A Killer Book Blurb In 3 Easy Steps
Well, we've made it to part three of my lesser-known horror movie bucket list. With only 11 movies left on our list, I hope you've been able to check out at least a few of these movies. Just with last week, if you haven't already checked out part one and part two, please do so … Continue reading 31 Horror Movies You Probably Haven’t Heard Of- Part Three