Horror Story Inspiration From Everyday Life

Pretty much anything can inspire a new story. A person. A place. An image. An overheard conversation. Even a memory. With a big push planned in short fiction this year, I’m pulling inspiration from anywhere I can find it. And memories are proving to be a surprisingly...

Podcast: Authors Attacking Book Reviewers

I don’t intend to share a lot of posts for other writers on this blog. But today is an exception because the subject matter applies just as much to book reviewers (including readers who post reviews on third party websites like Amazon). What I’d like to do...

My Horror Movie Watch List for 2016

Yesterday I shared the horror novels that made my reading list for 2016. Today I thought I’d share some of the horror movies that I plan to watch as well. Many of these are films I’ve been wanting to watch for the first time, though some are favorites I watch...

Horror Novels Making My 2016 Reading List

Most years I don’t keep a planned reading list, but 2016 is an exception have a peek at this web-site. My bookshelves are filling up with “to be read” titles, and I’d like to put a bigger dent in that collection this year. While most of my list features mysteries (I’m...

Flash Fiction Stories Available

This is just a quick announcement about some stories I’ve made available online. In addition to writing horror, I write mysteries under the name Aria Klein. I’ve started publishing flash fiction and short stories at QuickMystery.com. While these are...

A Rant About Book Trailers

My plan today was to find some great examples of horror book trailers and share them as some inspiration for other indie publishers out there. That isn’t going to happen. You see, I couldn’t find any horror book trailers that actually worked. Book trailers...

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