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This book is crammed with fertile seeds for fiction that will thrill, disturb or scare your readers. Each prompt comes with a wealth of suggestions for how you can develop it to suit the kind of story you want to write. Plant those seeds into the rich ground of your own imagination, and watch them grow. This book is a continuation of 'Horror Writing Prompts' but you can u This book is crammed with fertile seeds for fiction that will thrill, disturb or scare your readers. Each prompt comes with a wealth of suggestions for how you can develop it to suit the kind of story you want to write. Plant those seeds into the rich ground of your own imagination, and watch them grow. This book is a continuation of 'Horror Writing Prompts' but you can use it on its own. Each book offers different ideas for writers of dark and scary fiction.


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This book is crammed with fertile seeds for fiction that will thrill, disturb or scare your readers. Each prompt comes with a wealth of suggestions for how you can develop it to suit the kind of story you want to write. Plant those seeds into the rich ground of your own imagination, and watch them grow. This book is a continuation of 'Horror Writing Prompts' but you can u This book is crammed with fertile seeds for fiction that will thrill, disturb or scare your readers. Each prompt comes with a wealth of suggestions for how you can develop it to suit the kind of story you want to write. Plant those seeds into the rich ground of your own imagination, and watch them grow. This book is a continuation of 'Horror Writing Prompts' but you can use it on its own. Each book offers different ideas for writers of dark and scary fiction.

31 review for More Horror Writing Prompts: 77 Further Powerful Ideas To Inspire Your Fiction

  1. 4 out of 5

    Anna Erishkigal

    This was a fun exercise to dip your toe into the horror genre without needing to go full Freddy Kruger. If you've ever written a "horror-able" scene, one of the hardest things is to psych yourself up to torture your imaginary friends. This book of prompts offers a variety of "flavors," ranging from mildly uncomfortable psychological situations (such as what critters might lurk beneath that scary bathroom-hole in a third world country), all the way up into running away, screaming from an avenging This was a fun exercise to dip your toe into the horror genre without needing to go full Freddy Kruger. If you've ever written a "horror-able" scene, one of the hardest things is to psych yourself up to torture your imaginary friends. This book of prompts offers a variety of "flavors," ranging from mildly uncomfortable psychological situations (such as what critters might lurk beneath that scary bathroom-hole in a third world country), all the way up into running away, screaming from an avenging demon or giggling hysterically as you splatter blood on the walls. Many of these prompts come with a picture—some original artwork, others photographs that Rayne took herself (decaying Soviet-style architecture is definitely creepy!). The pictures help, but the prompts without pictures are also interesting. So far I've skimmed through the entire book and written 12 of the 77 prompts. The prompts are nice because they suggest several ways you might want to approach it—definitely helpful when the "voices" go silent and you don't know what to write (horror scenes are notorious for not being able to get the evil voices whispering when you need to write)—but they aren't so structured that you'll end up substituting Rayne's voice for your own voice. I can picture re-using many of the prompts, especially the more "ordinary" ones, starring different characters. Recommend!

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