To pick up after my recent post sharing the Halloween haunts blog series from the Horror Writers Association, we’re continuing with the Halloween theme. This week’s weekend reading selections are for our indie authors specializing in horror writing and other dark markets (or just lovers of a good scare).
Find posts on horror writing and stories, horror films (hey, they all started with a writer, right?), and Halloween-themed posts that might be of interest to all of our indie writers. As always, these are a mix of old and new.
- Ten Exceptionally Well-Written Horror Films — By Christopher Shultz at LitReactor.com
- The Horrors of NaNoWriMo — By Lorna D. Keach at DarkMarkets.com
- What’s the Scariest Book You’ve Ever Read? — By James Duncan at WritersDigest.com
- Recommended Scary Books for Halloween — At Spooky-Reads.com
- 6 Ways to Write Better Bad Guys — By Brian Klems at WritersDigest.com
- “Halloween” at the Colonian Theater, Phoenixville, PA (<— local to me – gorgeous old theater) — By Timothy L. Mayer at CinemaOfHorror.com
- 25 Things You Should Know About Writing Horror — At TerribleMinds.com
- Carrie This Weekend — At HorrorDrive-In.com
- Horror Writer Graveyard: A Halloween Tour of Famous Memorials — By Judy Berman at Flavorwire.com
- A Rant About (Horror) Book Trailers — At my author blog AJKleinBooks.com
Enjoy your weekend everyone.