I've dabbled with writing fiction. I'm sure lots of creatives have wondered what it would be like to try and finish a novel. Maybe the problem is just to have a plan or maybe advice on how to even get started. Perhaps you have already started but now you're just stuck or you want to improve on a certain skill.
Did you know there are online workshops taught by some talented, successful voices in horror fiction? You could take some summer writing courses from the comfort of home! Visit LitReactor for more info:
There is actually something very creepy going on with Brian Kirk's latest novel, WILL HAUNT YOU. It was inspired by a couple from his neighborhood who disappeared after finding a strange book in their home. Brian witnessed this event happening live on the neighborhood website Nextdoor.com, and has provided screen grabs of the ordeal, along with his reactions to each post as he watched the drama unfold.
November Night Worms reads were:
3.5 Stars- Sadie Hartmann
4 Stars- Mindi Snyder
1 Star- Cody Tidwell
2 Stars- Emily Reed
4 Stars- Alex Pearson
4 Stars- Audra Figgins
2 Stars- Mindi Snyder
2 Stars- Audra Figgins
2 Stars- Emily Reed
Cyber Monday is the day book nerds can shop holiday sales from the comfort of their blanket caves with having to venture out into the world and "people".
Here are some great deals for our special day!
Valancourt Books is having FREE shipping until the end of the YEAR! Whoa!
PS Publishing has some great deals going on NOW at their PS2 website!
Kyanite Publishing has coupon codes to save you up to 75%! New titles are 25% off preorders!
There are three books in our January Book Club Package, "NEW YEAR, NEW FEAR".
Listen to what people have said about them so far! (some of our Night Worms like to be surprised by the books so the title and author have been withheld)
"I’ve just read ______ by _____. It’s brilliant, a wonderfully written dark weird adventure built around prohibition era moonshine running in Long Island. Recommended." Author, Alan Baxter
"What's most striking about _____, though, is its eloquent sadness. There's a darkness here, an irreparable degree of psychological damage borne of deep sorrow, but...