GBM welcomed many new writers and one of them if Stabby Unicorn. She has now a Friday Weekly Column and invites you to write to her every week!
As a horror lover, I want to write a horror of my own. Do you have any advice for tropes to avoid or how to make my work stand out from everyone else?
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At Gothic Bite Magazine we love welcoming new patients to become part of our asylum. We question them and learn about them. It doesn’t matter what creative field they are part of because they’re our patient now. This week, we welcome Indie Author Katherine Dempster!
Patient Name: Katherine Dempster
I am a lover of all things paranormal, especially books on the subject and travel that brings me to be creepy or haunted places.
In addition to writing, I enjoy photography, woodturning, and hoarding as many books as I possibly can.
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At Gothic Bite Magazine we love welcoming new patients to become part of our asylum. We question them and learn about them. It doesn’t matter what creative field they are part of because they’re our patient now. This week, we welcome Indie Author Karolyne Cronin!
Patient Name: Karolyne Cronin
I’m from St. Louis, Missouri, but I have lived and traveled most of the United States. I went to London last year and was inspired to spin more tales. It was a trip of a lifetime. I would love to go there again.
I fell in love with horror and gothic tales when I was five and saw Vincent Price recite The Raven. At nine, I read Stephen King’s Pet Sematary, confirming to my mom that I was just as weird as the rest of the family. My love of this genre doesn’t come from the joy of being scared. It comes exploring the dark nature of the world.
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The Haunting of Hill House is an eminently recommended Netflix series. It’s not like your average paranormal series. It has a psychological factor at play, and it’s one of those series you must start from the beginning and watch in order until the very end to understand the magnitude of the house’s heritage.
The Official Summary of The Haunting of Hill House
Explores a group of siblings who, as children, grew up in what would go on to become the most famous haunted house in the country.
Now adults, and forced back together in the face of tragedy, the family must finally confront the ghosts of their past, some of which still lurk in their minds while others may actually be stalking the shadows of Hill House.
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Gothic Bite Magazine always feels grateful when an amazing author passes by and this week, we have Donna Maria & Robert A. Lilley
Who is Donna Maria?
Donna Maria is the seventh child in a family of six boys.
Her life has been one adventure after another, though maybe she would like to know you a little better before disclosing.
She has had a productive career history working for the MOD in a secret capacity, 25 years has elapsed so she can give some information, and also near Ranulph Fiennes the Arctic Explorer
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When I was a teenager, growing up in a French province in Canada, I was the only one watching Buffy not yet translated.
My obsession with vampires started quite young. One night, I realized I was a kind monster, a new me was born.
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I have already done one of Stephen King’s movie translations, so I figured it would be an honor for me to follow it up with another of his best, that’s right Misery.
Kathy Bates and James Caan star in this 1990 film adaption of Stephen King’s 1987 best seller by the same name.
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When the Friday Creep Night was on at my house growing up, The Mangler was on the list of movies to watch.
Written by Stephen King, I had to give it a try. I didn’t know what it would come out as at the time since I never read the short story from the King of Horror. When I put the movie on, I didn’t know what to expect. The Mangler is a short story and a nineties’ movie.
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All right, so, let me tell you that I am a horror movie fan from way back.
My dad fed me a steady diet of great films as a kid; a vast majority of them were horror films.
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When witch trials happened werewolves became part of it. Many witches thought to be werewolves worked for the devil. One of them was Peter Stumpp.
Werewolves From Antiquity
*** Contains historical imagery and details of medieval torture.
For Mature Audiences only. ***
The werewolves were born of legends and folklore back in the Ancient Times and survived through all the centuries, wars and time. Throughout history, professors and scientists have discovered records of witch trials, and through those, werewolves.
One of them seemed to have been the center of all attraction, Peter Stumpp, the execution of a werewolf from hell.
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Writing is one thing, choose the subject is another. Alexa Wayne writes about horror and vampires are the biggest part of it!
Start At The Beginning
When I was a very young child, I remember watching Sesame Street and my favorite character beside Oscar The Grouch was The Count.
I learned how to count with The Count! I like his appearance, accent which today might be seen as a little offensive. However, I believe my obsession with vampires started from that moment.
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