Sylvia Stein is a published author with several anthologies with her Writer’s group 750 on LinkedIn. Stein obtained a Master’s Degree in Creative Writing and English from Southern New Hampshire University this past July 2015. She is a mother of three beautiful children Paul 10, Michael 9 and Consuelo 6. She resides in the city of Fuquay … Continue reading NEW RELEASE from Author Sylvia Stein!
The smoke danced off the edge of her cigarette which dangled between two long fingers tipped by HellFire red lacquer. Her eyes were closed, oblivious to the rest of the world as she swayed back and forth. The men stood there in silence. She was thinking. And they knew better than to disturb her when … Continue reading Body Bag Betty 001
http://www.unfleshed.com #amreading #amwriting #horror #womeninhorror #Halloween #Giveaway Young Morrigan, the daughter of a local aristocrat, is full of innocence and life. Angus Wulfe is an eccentric and devious doctor who stalks her while he cultivates a plan to win her affection. Their two worlds collide in a grisly twist of fate when the Plague arrives … Continue reading The Unfleshed: Tale of the Autopsic Bride
One of the things I encounter a lot when I'm mentoring, or speaking to new authors, is the question, "What's the average word count for _____?" It's not uncommon for new authors to face this daunting question, then fashion their work according to the rule of "word count". My answer, however, never changes. I tell … Continue reading Discussion: Word Count VS Word Quality
Dusk’s Warriors by Emerian Rich Heaven has opened up and welcomed the vampires of Night’s Knights into a new reality. As they struggle to find their place in their new world, trouble brews on Earth. Demon servant, Ridge, is causing havoc by gathering up all the souls on Earth that have been touched by … Continue reading Dusk Warriors, Guest Blog by Emerian Rich
In 1968, an American Independent Horror Film directed by George A. Romero forever scarred audiences with visions of zombies shambling across the silver screen. Who would've known then the "undying" love of these creatures would continue to breathe until present day? One of the best memories of Halloween for me was recreating monsters portrayed on … Continue reading Zombies, Night of the Living Dead, and other things that go “bump”
Last week we delved into the many reasons why I felt women were a minority in the Horror genre. This week I'd like to continue with Part 2. Why am I starting with this now, when Women in Horror month isn't until February? Oh, it's simple. February, is the shortest month of the year, for … Continue reading Women in Horror – I’m Not Bitter, I’m Sexy