How I Learned that Finishing the Book is its Own Accomplishment

Column by Karis Rogerson
Karis Rogerson finished her first novel in four years and has learned to celebrate that fact.

The 10 Scariest Horror Books of 2021 — Ranked!

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
Happy Halloween! It's October, and here are the ten scariest books of the year to help you celebrate.

Special Delivery: 9 Horror Scenes of Labor and Birth

Column by Annie Neugebauer
October 21, 2021 (1) comments
Witness the miracle of life in all its glory! Scenes of labor, birth, and delivery in horror.

Stick the Landing: How to End a Horror Story

Column by Peter Derk
October 20, 2021 (1) comments
Endings are the make or break of horror stories. Stop blowing it.

5 Nonfiction Books to Get Spooky with This Fall

Some nonfiction reads just in time for Halloween!

The Three Seasons of Stephen King

Column by Jay Wilburn
Jay Wilburn reread all of Stephen King's books in order, discovering three distinct seasons of the horror maestro's career. Are we in the best phase of his writing yet?

Storyville: How to Write a Massive, Multi-Pronged Hook

Column by Richard Thomas
If you think the only hook to your story or novel is the first line, then boy do I have some news for you.

Red Flag Books

Column by Joshua Isard
October 13, 2021 (1) comments
Maybe this concept started as a joke, but it isn’t anymore.

How Pitch Wars Showed Me Where I Need to Grow - As A Person

Column by Karis Rogerson
For Karis Rogerson, Pitch Wars represents not just a great opportunity, but also an area in her life where she needs personal improvement.

Candyman: A Monster Named 5 Times

Column by Peter Derk
With Candyman 2021, we've named him 5 times. What have we unleashed?