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Mini Horror Fiction Writing Guide
- 7 Steps to Writing Horror Fiction for Fun
- Narrated by: Randal Schaffer
- Length: 1 hr and 2 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
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Have you ever wanted to write a horror story, but didn't know how to start or proceed? In this easy, step-by-step guide, HowExpert presents Randal Schaffer who is a horror fiction writer/enthusiast/fan who will walk you through the process of not just writing a compelling horror story, but writing fiction stories in general. In this book you'll learn:
- How to pick a topic for your book that will bring your readers along until the end
- How to choose a setting for your book that your readers can understand and mentally insert themselves into
- How to write characters that your readers will care about, and either root for or against
- How to build suspense in order to create that perfect "page-turner" that all writers seek
- How to use gore in such a way that you'll make your readers squirm, but not be so disgusted that they put the book down
- General tips on writing, such as keeping the story believable within the universe that you're creating and editing out anything that doesn't serve the story
- How to wrap your story up in a satisfying way that will make readers seek you out again to read more from you
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- Zombie Reader
This is more a review and critique of horror films and screenplays than fiction books. While the two genres are similar, and the three act formula works in both formats, its not very informative for writers of either. This comes across as written on the fly, without any real ambition to be productive or informative. If you want a good book on writing in general, and horror specifically, Stephen King's "On Writing" is still the best game in town.
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- Author D.P. Conway
Short but to the point. I am about to write my 1st
it is very worth listening to, especially if you are a novice like myself.
From his presentation, I am now listening to weavers world by Clive Barker, who I knew nothing about before this.
I don't read..... but I am listening carefully. D. P. Conway
A Pleasant Reminder for Writing Great Horror
It was a short but informative instruction in how to write great Horror stories for beginners.