It’s seems such an obvious statement, but are you drawing upon the vast, deep and sacred archive of your own emotions to truly establish feeling and reality in your works?
They say “Life is what happens when you’re making other plans” and how true that phrase is! Life is very much a case of C’est la vie on the best of days… but that doesn’t mean that you can’t take back some control!
Next up in our line up of author profiles from Dead of Winter is Erin J. Kahn, author of “Annabel Lee”, an expansion on the poem of the same name by Edgar Allen Poe. This story follows expertly in Poe’s footsteps, and really is a can’t-miss read.
One of the best pieces of advice any author can be given, I believe, is simply: write what you know. But how does that apply to me, you might wonder?
Next up in our line up of author profiles from Dead of Winter is Meredith Schindehette, author of the supernatural thriller “The Killers”. Her story follows a woman who wakes to find she has no voice and no memory of how she got to “the garage”. It’s an excellent first person piece with twists and turns you won’t see coming.
Next up in our line up of author profiles from Dead of Winter is Robert Perret, author of the irreverent supernatural thriller “Coyoteman”. His story follows a serial killer who has the tables turned on him in the most fantastic way.
You wouldn’t be blamed for thinking that the definition of Horror, these days, is movies the likes of the Saw franchise, because that’s what has been marketed to us. We see flashes of blood, dismembered body parts and we shake in our boots. However, as someone who loves a truly good horror film and story, I know horror to be so much more.