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Re: Horror 101: The Way Forward - a non-fiction eBook for horror writers
« Reply #15 on: May 03, 2014, 01:02:06 PM »
A few reviews so far:

“… all the modern writer will ever need… I’ve read a lot of books like this and none comes close to this on a scale of excellence.” – R.D. Steun

“If you're a pro with sales under your belt or are self-publishing your work, you'll find resources in here to increase your sales and fan base. There's great practical advice on the act of writing, being a writer (acting professionally), how and where to promote yourself, etc. from writers of books and movies, from veterans and fairly new success stories, from reviewers and editors. No matter what level you're on as a writer, you'll learn something worth learning.” Amazon Reviewer

“… it will open your eyes to many possibilities for developing your craft and building your career as a professional horror writer.” Nick Daws

“Once I began reading I couldn’t stop until it was time to go to sleep. I have to say, no matter what genre you are writing in, if you don’t take advantage of this deal, therein lies a REAL horror. Not only will some of the stories make you laugh so hard your stomach will ache, but the advice is so honest, so upbeat, so inspirational, so educational, you’ll pick up your pencil and start writing as you read.” – Ellen Grogan

“The multiple writing guides out there take you on a step-by-step process and mold all of us into a form designed to give us that definite edge, provided we follow the steps like the ABC’s like the good little dancers we will soon resemble. Not so with Horror 101. The focus of this volume is giving you the lessons and life experience learned by the Masters, both male and female. As each journey is ultimately one of our making, their experience and insights lay the foundation and future steps into our own horror fiction, first drafts, editing the blessed baby of our precious imagination, publishing, agents, overcoming the dreaded writer’s block, networking, self publishing, and leaving us excited about the genre of horror fiction.” – Bruce Blanchard
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Re: Horror 101: The Way Forward - a non-fiction eBook for horror writers
« Reply #16 on: May 04, 2014, 10:00:02 AM »
Been getting great feedback from some Irish writers who have made a purchase. ;) ;) ;)

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Re: Horror 101: The Way Forward - a non-fiction eBook for horror writers
« Reply #17 on: May 05, 2014, 09:44:12 AM »
Been getting great feedback from some Irish writers who have made a purchase. ;) ;) ;)

That's great, Sio. Same here, but not from Irish writers, though.  :D

Paperback is definitely a go. Probably end of June.
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