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- Tor Nightfire embrace winter and talk holiday horror
- Talking Scared’s Neil McRobert compiles his best horror reads of 2022 for Esquire
- The Horror Tree ask where ideas come from
- Blood Disgusting look back at 1983 children’s ghost story novel The Dollhouse Murders
- Author and editor Richard Thomas considers the use of compassionate protagonists in this article for LitReactor
Authors Stephanie Feldman and M. Rickert sit down with Tor Nightfire’s Emily Hughes to talk about writing holiday horror.
In this listicle for Esquire, Neil McRobert of Talking Scared picks out twenty-two unmissable horror reads from 2022.
In this article for The Horror Tree, author and journalist Joel McKay looks at inspiration and asks where the ideas for stories come from.
Paul Lê, writing for Bloody Disgusting, looks back at Betty Ren Wright’s 1983 novel, The Dollhouse Murders, and finds a classic YA ghost story which still holds up today.
Author and editor Richard Thomas considers the use of compassionate protagonists in this article for LitReactor
In this latest Storyville writing craft article for LitReactor, award-winning writer and editor Richard Thomas considers the benefits of writing a compassionate, grateful protagonist.
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