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- LitReactor present the case for Self-indie Publishing to avoid Self-Publishing stigma
- Horror DNA analyse Stephen King’s fear of vehicles
- The Ladies of Horror Fiction feature an essay on creativity, agoraphobia and isolation by author Jennifer Anne Gordon
- Dead Head Reviews feature a guest post on the nature of fear itself by Robert P. Ottone
- The Gingernuts of horror sit down for a five-minute interview with H. P. Newquist on his novel, Behemoth
Peter Derk, writing for LitReactor, looks at the still-pervasive stigma associated with Self-Publishing, before offering an alternative path which may help writers get their work into the world without it.
Horror DNA’s R. J. MacReady has been delving into his Stephen King collection. In doing so, he has realised that Stephen King is terrified of vehicles. Here, he details the evidence and speculates as to why the king of horror fears them so much.
The Ladies of Horror Fiction feature an essay on creativity, agoraphobia and isolation by author Jennifer Anne Gordon
Gothic horror writer Jennifer Anne Gordon (Beautiful, Frightening and Silent) writes for The Ladies of Horror Fiction on the themes of creativity, agoraphobia and isolation.
In this guest post for Dead Head Reviews, Robert P. Ottone considers the disparate threads that tie his collection Her Infernal Name and Other Nightmares, and comes to the conclusion that what joins the dots is fear itself.
The Gingernuts of horror sit down for a five-minute interview with H. P. Newquist on his novel, Behemoth
In this quickfire interview, The Gingernuts of Horror get the lowdown on what inspired the novel, Behemoth, and more besides, from author H. P. Newquist.
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