Tuesday, April 29, 2014

HORROR 101: THE WAY FORWARD - IS A SUPER BOOK!



Horror 101: The Way Forward is the best non-fiction book about horror writing you will ever find. Why? Take a peek at the authors involved. Look at the table of contents and peruse the topics covered: everything! The women and men sharing their knowledge with you are all pros. They make a living at the craft.

I've been writing for some 28 years now and have ghostwritten some 75 novels and have plenty more to come out under my Blaze brand. I'm not a rookie. I have two articles in this superb tome. One is on ghostwriting, back in the days when people did not know we existed. Well, we did. Read my piece and you might be surprised at what went on. I'm not shy about what I say. I also have another one on poetry and horror. Once again, I'm no stranger to the pull of a well written horror poem.

But I do not know everything about the craft. Far from it. None of us do. We learn from each other and our education never stops. My Collaborative Press is exploding with new concepts. And guess what? This how to 414 page book of knowledge has many answers to my questions. For example: we are going to start doing comics and Graphic Novels. Bingo! It's in this book. We want to do movies. It's here! Everything my twisted mind wants to do is within the pages of this book. Now, if I am willing to share what I know with you, not for pay, but for the community of authors wishing to grow in the craft, then maybe it's for good reason. All of us have given of ourselves. We are pros and we want all of you to become pros as well.

So, do yourselves a favor. Buy this 414 word smorgasbord of knowledge and learn some things. Another great thing? This literal encyclopedia of experience and knowledge is only .99. Get it now before Joe Mynhardt comes to his senses and raises the price. 


Blaze McRob



Book Description
April 27, 2014
Horror 101: The Way Forward – a comprehensive overview of the Horror fiction genre and career opportunities available to established and aspiring authors.

Have you ever wanted to be a horror writer? Perhaps you have already realized that dream and you’re looking to expand your repertoire. Writing comic books sounds nice, right? Or how about screenplays?
That’s what Horror 101: The Way Forward is all about. It’s not your average On Writing guide that covers active vs. passive and other writing tips, Horror 101 focuses on the career of a horror writer. It covers not only insights into the horror genre, but the people who successfully make a living from it.

Covering aspects such as movies, comics, short stories, ghost-writing, audiobooks, editing, publishing, self-publishing, blogging, writer’s block, YA horror, reviewing, dark poetry, networking, collaborations, eBooks, podcasts, conventions, series, formatting, web serials, artwork, social media, agents, and career advice from seasoned professionals and up-and-coming talents, Horror 101 is just what you need to kick your career into high gear.

Horror 101: The Way Forward is not your average On Writing guide, as it is more focused on the career options available to authors. But don’t fret, this book is loaded with career tips and behind-the-scene stories on how your favourite authors broke into their respective fields.

Horror 101: The Way Forward is perfect for people who:
• are suffering from writer’s block
• are starting their writing careers
• are looking to expand their writing repertoire
• are planning on infiltrating a different field in horror writing
• are looking to pay more bills with their art
• are trying to further their careers
• are trying to establish a name brand
• are looking to get published
• are planning on self-publishing
• want to learn more about the pros in the horror genre
• are looking for motivation and/or inspiration
• love the horror genre
• are not sure where to take their writing careers

Includes articles by Jack Ketchum, Graham Masterton, Edward Lee, Lucy A. Snyder, Emma Audsley, RJ Cavender, Scott Nicholson, Weston Ochse, Taylor Grant, Paul Kane, Lisa Morton, Shane McKenzie, Dean M. Drinkel, Simon Marshall-Jones, Robert W. Walker, Don D’Auria and Glenn Rolfe, Harry Shannon, Chet Williamson, Lawrence Santoro, Thomas Smith, Blaze McRob, Rocky Wood, Ellen Datlow, Iain Rob Wright, Kenneth W. Cain, Daniel I. Russell, Michael McCarty, Richard Thomas, Joan De La Haye, Michael Wilson, Francois Bloemhof, C.E.L. Welsh, Jasper Bark, Niall Parkinson, Armand Rosamilia, Tonia Brown, Ramsey Campbell, Tim Waggoner, Gary McMahon, V.H. Leslie, Eric S Brown, William Meikle, John Kenny, Gary Fry, Diane Parkin, Jim Mcleod, Siobhan McKinney, Rick Carufel, Ben Eads, Theresa Derwin, Rena Mason, Steve Rasnic Tem, Michael A. Arnzen, Joe Mynhardt, John Palisano, Mark West, Steven Savile, and a writer so famous he’s required to stay anonymous.

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