Some advice on how to write horror for Halloween (and NaNoWriMo)

Rest in peace, Vice Dean Laybourne.

I had planned to write a longer post for Halloween, but to quote Vice Dean Laybourne: “I’m going through some stuff right now”.

Since I wanted to post something on this one day where people feel comfortable admitting they enjoy horror and scary stories, here are three blog posts of mine about writing horror:

If you are gearing up for NaNoWriMo, kicking off tomorrow, I hope these can help you in your mad sprint.

I hope everyone has a scary, but safe, Halloween!


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