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Writing Tips: Finding Your Voice

“Writing is a struggle against silence.”- Carlos Fuentes Voice is a struggle for new writers who have yet dared to tread on the untouched roads of their writing adventures. It can sometimes be this amorphous thing that we are taught to seek and value without

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No More Podcast???

A couple of things have happened in my personal life while I was on break that have thrown a few monkey wrenches my way. Some of you might remember that I had to take an emergency trip down to St. Louis a few months ago.

WRITING TIPS: Find Your Way Back To The Keyboard

Practice makes perfect. You’ll never get good at anything if you never make time to do it and that’s doubly important for writing. Writing is on of the most difficult skills I’ve ever tried to hone. It requires a great deal of patience and fortitude

Are There Limits In Horror?

Horror is about pushing boundaries as much as it is about scaring people. No other genre so regularly totes the line between what is “acceptable” and what isn’t except for satire, which is why the two have always seemed to pair together so well. Pushing boundaries

Writing Tips: LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

Writing can be intimidating, especially when you are just starting out. Experienced writers will have their own processes formulated through rigorous trial and error. If you are new to the world of writing, some input from more experienced writers can be invaluable. I’ve been writing

Extraordinary Tales, Edgar Allen Poe Artfully Realized

Year 2016 Starring Christopher Lee, Bela Lugosi, Julian Sands, Guillermo Del Toro, Roger Corman, Stephen Hughes, Cornelia Funke Directed by Raul Garcia Tagline None Summary An animated collection consisting of five tales and poems from the mind of acclaimed writer Edgar Allen Poe. Review Edgar

Wytches(Comic Book Review)

Synopsis The Rooks family moves to a remote town in the hopes of escaping the shadow of a tragedy, but an ancient evil stirs within the woods just out of town. WYTCHES. They are watching and they are waiting… Review My father is a huge

Writing Tips: Plot VS Premise

In order to go from Joe Schmoe to Stephen King, you’re going to need a lot of time, patience, blood, sweat, tears, and a bit of luck. Before any of that though, you need to build a solid foundation on which your hopes and dreams