You Know You’re a Writer When… By Kristen Lamb
Great humorous observations on being a writer –
“We writers are different *eye twitches* for sure, but the world would be SO boring without us. Am I the only person who watches Discovery ID and critiques the killers?
You are putting the body THERE? Do you just WANT to go to prison? Why did you STAB them? Helllooo? Blood spatter? LOO-Min-OL? Moron.
I think it’s a writer thing. So, since today I am staring at the “White Screen of I SUCK and Why Did I Want to Be a WRITER?”, we are just going to roll with it…”
Read the full article at: https://warriorwriters.wordpress.com/2015/10/29/you-know-youre-a-writer-when-2/
In Praise of the Literary Monster That Defies Description By Tom Hawking
“When you survey the pantheon of great literary monsters, one thing becomes clear: the more terrifying the monster, the less we know about what it looks like. The scariest monsters are the ones who remain the most mysterious.”
Read the rest of the article at: http://flavorwire.com/543952/in-praise-of-the-literary-monster-that-defies-description/
The Month in Horror Releases: November by Rhino’s Horror
“November is here, which means we’re entering the dark days of horror! While we’re going to certainly see a decline in the amount of genre releases, there are still a few films coming out in the next couple of months that you’re going to want to keep an eye on…”
Read full article at: http://rhinoshorror.com/2015/11/01/the-month-in-horror-releases-november-2/
“The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” by Washington Irving
Read the classic short story that spawned many film and television adaptations at Biblioklept.org:
“They Say Never To Go Into The Old Northeastern Woods Alone And Now I Can Tell You Why” by Daniel Hayes via Thought Catalog
Very creepy and enjoyable short story.
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