5 Themes of the GothicRead more: 5 Themes of the Gothic
For centuries, horror and terror have been at the heart of the fascination with Gothic literature and art. The ominous themes and haunting visuals that lurk within works such as Edgar Allan Poe’s tales and Caspar David Friedrich’s landscapes continue to captivate audiences around the world. Horror and terror are two prominent themes in Gothic…
Book Review: The Sun Down Motel by Simone St.JamesRead more: Book Review: The Sun Down Motel by Simone St.James
Picture it: New York, 1982. Viv Delaney takes a job as a night clerk at the sketchy, run-down motel in the town of Fell. There’s something even more disturbing than the tenants that stay at the Sun-Down. Now thirty years later, Carly Kirk, the niece of Viv Delaney, decides to visit the town of Fell…
5 Tips for Creating Fear in your Reader When Writing HorrorRead more: 5 Tips for Creating Fear in your Reader When Writing Horror
Want to Invoke nail-biting terror in your readers? Here are five tips and other resources that will help!
10 From Page to Film Horror Movies You Don’t Want to MissRead more: 10 From Page to Film Horror Movies You Don’t Want to Miss
From page to scream – I mean, screen, here are some of the best of horror movies that haunted pages before the theaters. Starring James Caan and Kathy Bates, the kidnapping and brutalization of mystery author Paul Sheldon at the hands of crazed fan Annie Wilkes will have you shaking. Bates’ character Anne Wilkes is…
Book Review: The Family Plot by Megan CollinsRead more: Book Review: The Family Plot by Megan Collins
If you’re a fan of true crime and love a good mystery novel, then The Family Plot by Megan Collins is a must-read. This thrilling novel will keep you guessing until the very end.