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Summary

When a book reviewer trashes a horror writer's latest work in her column, stating a blank page is infinitely more horrifying than his latest work, to her horror he sends her a blank page for comparison.

©2012 K. Anderson Yancy (P)2015 K. Anderson Yancy

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  • 21-07-15

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What made the experience of listening to Horrors of the Blank Page the most enjoyable?

K Anderson Yancy really knows how to set the mood. It was creepy and entertaining.

What did you like best about this story?

I liked the interplay between the victim and her tormentor.

Which character – as performed by Lesha Montoya and K. Anderson Yancy – was your favorite?

Lesha Montoya gave a great plea for mercy that was moving and convincing!

If you could take any character from Horrors of the Blank Page out to dinner, who would it be and why?

Lesha because she was remorseful.

Any additional comments?

great story. I would have loved a longer piece.