What do you think of when you hear the word “horror”? Here’s a great post from Friday by horror author Paul D. Dail about defining the genre. Read the whole article by clicking the link or visiting pauldail.com. Thanks for the insight, Paul!
What’s news for horror writer Paul D. Dail?
I was pleased this last week to find out that my #luckyseven post & review of The Cabin in the Woods was picked up by The Nurture Your BOOKS Daily e-paper. This is a fun electronic periodical that you can find by clicking here.
What does the future hold?
Next Friday, I’ll be posting a review of Jonathan D. Allen’s Corridors of the Dead. Speaking of genres that I’m not necessarily sure I understand, Allen’s book is Urban Fantasy. But perhaps what surprised me most was when I saw he was also working the “Lesbian Fiction” market at Amazon.
Curious? I was. Hope you’ll check back next Friday.
But without further ado…
This post will be my contribution to a series of posts started by TESSpecFic group mate Marie Loughin on the nature of “Horror.”
(TESSpecFic: The Emissaries of Strange Speculative…
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