Category: Guest Bloggers

Guest Blog: Mike Lane

#authors #amwriting #writingprompt #amreading A while back I was trying to do a full month of guest bloggers. Then I got sick. Really sick. I ended up with a full month of being back and forth in the hospital. Mike Lane wrote a story for that month and it’s fantastic. I’ve decided to pick up where…

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Guest Post: Jae Mazer

Feel the Death By Jae Mazer The rickety bus creaked and heaved, fumes vomiting from its tailpipe as it trembled down the old road. Mia and Sachia held on to each other, watching as the barren wasteland outside raced by the windows. “We’ll be there promptly, girls.” The driver’s voice was wet and wrapped in…

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NEW RELEASE from Author Sylvia Stein!

Sylvia Stein is a published author with several anthologies with her Writer’s group 750 on LinkedIn. Stein obtained a Master’s Degree in Creative Writing and English from Southern New Hampshire University this past July 2015.   She is a mother of three beautiful children Paul 10, Michael 9 and Consuelo 6.   She resides in the city of Fuquay…

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Guest Blog: Mark Matthews

Horror Is At It’s Best When…. by Mark Matthews, editor and contributing author to “Garden of Fiends” Horror is at its best when it reveals a larger truth about the world we live in. Either through metaphor (ex: Godzilla as the atom bomb, The Blob as communism) or simply through shining the light in the…

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GUEST BLOG! Stuart R. Brogan!

Horror authors aren’t real authors. Are they? By Stuart R Brogan Having spent the last few years concentrating on my non-fiction, Heathen and Pagan works, it was time to take the tentative, yet exciting steps towards writing my debut horror / thriller. Something I had been eager to do for a very long time. As…

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Guest Blogger! Drew Avera

The Importance of Dreams They don’t always come out and say when you’re growing up, but dreams are important. I’m not talking about those images you see in vivid detail during REM sleep. I’m talking about those fantastical things you dream up while you’re awake that preoccupy your mind and distract you from the monotony…

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