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What Scares You? It’s a question that all horror writers want to know. To understand the answer, it is important to look at the fear itself. Whether you are a novice or writing professional, the prompts contained in this book are designed to give you more food for thought when crafting your creative works. The book is also segmented in order to give you the most common What Scares You? It’s a question that all horror writers want to know. To understand the answer, it is important to look at the fear itself. Whether you are a novice or writing professional, the prompts contained in this book are designed to give you more food for thought when crafting your creative works. The book is also segmented in order to give you the most common science fiction themes and concepts. They are as followed: Demons, Occult, & Paranormal Themes. – Cults, Religious Fervor, ESP, Shadow People, Ghosts, Possessions, Hellish Servants. Fears, Paranoia, & Psychological Undertones -Madness, Medical Grief, Isolation, Social Themes, Uncontrollable Areas, Other Phobias. Monsters, Creatures, & Creepy Crawlies – Aliens, Animals & Plants, Small Creatures, Giant Monsters, Mythological Foes, and Neo-Monsters. Slashers, Snatchers, & Real Life Crime – Serial Killers, Cannibals, Home Invasion, Strange Crime, and Visceral. Werewolves & Other Supernatural Beings – Witches, Werewolves & Shapeshifters, Vampires, and Other Beings. With 1001 prompts, you are bound to find something that gives you that one spark you need to pen your next great horror story.


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What Scares You? It’s a question that all horror writers want to know. To understand the answer, it is important to look at the fear itself. Whether you are a novice or writing professional, the prompts contained in this book are designed to give you more food for thought when crafting your creative works. The book is also segmented in order to give you the most common What Scares You? It’s a question that all horror writers want to know. To understand the answer, it is important to look at the fear itself. Whether you are a novice or writing professional, the prompts contained in this book are designed to give you more food for thought when crafting your creative works. The book is also segmented in order to give you the most common science fiction themes and concepts. They are as followed: Demons, Occult, & Paranormal Themes. – Cults, Religious Fervor, ESP, Shadow People, Ghosts, Possessions, Hellish Servants. Fears, Paranoia, & Psychological Undertones -Madness, Medical Grief, Isolation, Social Themes, Uncontrollable Areas, Other Phobias. Monsters, Creatures, & Creepy Crawlies – Aliens, Animals & Plants, Small Creatures, Giant Monsters, Mythological Foes, and Neo-Monsters. Slashers, Snatchers, & Real Life Crime – Serial Killers, Cannibals, Home Invasion, Strange Crime, and Visceral. Werewolves & Other Supernatural Beings – Witches, Werewolves & Shapeshifters, Vampires, and Other Beings. With 1001 prompts, you are bound to find something that gives you that one spark you need to pen your next great horror story.

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    Roger Alderman

    Christina's work here is incredible, not only for the volume of prompts. She clearly researched each of her entries giving us a plethora of creative fruits to choose from. The straight forward writing style used in the book was perfect and to the point. I have noticed with many other books of this type that many of them use "flowery" or "literary" words rather than simply saying what they meant. This usually results in confusion or dictionary word searches to understand they choose a six syllabl Christina's work here is incredible, not only for the volume of prompts. She clearly researched each of her entries giving us a plethora of creative fruits to choose from. The straight forward writing style used in the book was perfect and to the point. I have noticed with many other books of this type that many of them use "flowery" or "literary" words rather than simply saying what they meant. This usually results in confusion or dictionary word searches to understand they choose a six syllable word in place of a plain English two-syllable word.

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