Top 9 Classic Horror Writers

Many of us are addicted to fright. Horror movies and novels make a fortune in sales every year, and we readers and viewers cannot get enough of that which terrifies us. That which keeps us awake at night and jumping at very bump in the night. I have always been obsessed with both horror movies … Continue reading Top 9 Classic Horror Writers

Computer vs. Quill: Contrasting Writing Throughout the Ages

When modern authors want to write a book, they sit down in front of a computer screen and type. I personally type about fifteen hundred words per hour. Do the math and that means I could probably theoretically write a book in around sixty hours or less. Let’s say you write six hours a day … Continue reading Computer vs. Quill: Contrasting Writing Throughout the Ages

The Differences Between Writing a Screenplay & a Novel

The art of writing these two very different genres is often mixed together. There are many times I read novels that feel like screenplays or vice versa. So today, I want to go through the biggest differences between the two types of writing and certain mix-ups writers fall into when writing these categories. Description/Dialogue The … Continue reading The Differences Between Writing a Screenplay & a Novel