It’s that time of the week – here are a couple of intriguing horror articles from around the web for your reading pleasure.
- Brian Keene writes 80,000 words in one weekend
- 10 Essentials for surviving the zombie apocalypse
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Horror scribe Brian Keene talks his readers through how to write 80,000 words in one weekend, an output that will make even the incredibly prolific Gary McMahon sit up and take notice.
Have you ever wondered exactly what items you will need to survive the inevitable zombie apocalypse? Look no further than The Huffington Post’s guide to the essentials.
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