Writing Horror – For the darkness that stalks the twilight hours, brings forth the terror of childhood memories and engulfs the spirit. Memories designed to fill you with dread, and stop you from exploring the tantalising undercurrents of dark adventure. Oh, how we suffer the torment of denial, then surrender to the fantasies that play back and forth across our subconscious.
I’m talking about the complicated philosophical theories of dark matter, which captivates the milky whiteness of imprudence and comes with the bitterness of entrapment. To the entity that emanates from the realm of evil, leaves you staring aimlessly, your tongue clinging to the roof of your mouth, and sends shivers down your spine.
Sorry are you lost, perhaps mortified by the thought of reading horror or is it all just an imagined world of indigestible gobbledygook. To be honest, in today’s world of literature, I’m not too sure what constitutes a Horror Story.
My primary intention was that the reader would be entertained by the selection I have written. In exploring the diversity of this genre, I have tried to encapsulate a variety of storylines without surrendering any of the usual beings that maybe expected; Demons, Evil Spirits, Mummies and not forgetting Vampires.
As to my efforts, you the reader as judge and jury hold the verdict. Nevertheless, just to keep you from going insane, there are twists, which some may consider border on the humorous.
Enjoy the trip…