Fear is one of the most powerful emotions to feel. It’s visceral and primal, a kind of bone deep feeling that spreads throughout the entire body and instilling fear on the page is what horror authors strive for.
If you’re a writer who wants to break into the horror genre, then short stories are an excellent medium for cutting your teeth. They are fertile ground for tapping into feelings of dread and unease, hooking readers into a spine-chilling narrative from the first sentence.
With that in mind, here are five tips for writing a short story that falls into the horror genre.
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Over the last few years I’ve come to enjoy writing short stories and I’ve challenged myself to send out as many as possible to different publishers. So, it’s always good when a publisher comes back and says they like your work. I’m happy to say that my latest short story Day of The Red Sun is available in the Colp: Sky’s The Limit anthology. Published by Colp and supported by Gypsum Sound Tales, the anthology contains twelve short stories that deal with humanity’s fascination with the air. Continue reading “Day Of The Red Sun Published In Sky’s The Limit Anthology”
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be a published author, and I’m pleased to announce my latest short story Shadows At Dawn has been published by Hyperion and Theia. The story is part of an anthology called Volume One: Saturnalia, which is also the inaugural edition for the publisher. The anthology features several stories around otherworldly themes.
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