Tag Archives: Process

Process: Creeping Myself Out

When it comes to horror, I like mine suspenseful and frightening rather than buckets of blood and guts, the original Halloween rather than Saw, The Devil’s Backbone vs. Hostel. That’s not to say that I can’t appreciate violence or gore, … Continue reading

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Inspiration – Where mine comes from

Of the many places I frequent online, Warren Ellis’ Whitechapel forum is one of the places I haunt the most. Warren is one of the moderators and is a frequent contributor over there despite his busy schedule. Occasionally he will … Continue reading

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When BANG! becomes more of a pft…

I think it happens to all writers at least once (at least I hope so, because then I wouldn’t be alone) when they have a story idea that just stops working. I know I’ve had this happen in a few … Continue reading

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Submitting: What’s worth it?

Earlier this week I was taking a look at Duotrope.com, a fantastic resource for finding new markets for work and tracking submissions, while searching for a market for a short story I have finished and wanted to start sending out. … Continue reading

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