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Webinar: Horror Story Essentials: Turn Scattershot Scary Scenes Into Nightmare-Inducing Stories

Libby Bushill
Editorial Assistant at ProWritingAid
Published Oct 01, 2020

How to write Horror Stories

Contents:
  1. ProWritingAid Presents: Horror Story Essentials: Turn Scattershot Scary Scenes Into Nightmare-Inducing Stories
  2. Rachelle Ramirez

ProWritingAid Presents: Horror Story Essentials: Turn Scattershot Scary Scenes Into Nightmare-Inducing Stories

Do you want your horror story to go beyond the pages of your book and into your reader's nightmares? Are you stuck with scattershot scary scenes that don't really work together or entertain? Does you story need more moments of heightened danger, plot twists, and reversals? You're in the right place.

On October 29, developmental editor Rachelle Ramirez from Pages & Platforms will teach you the basics of the Horror Genre so you can provoke terror and a sense of dread within your readers.

Rachelle Ramirez

Rachelle trained under Shawn Coyne of Story Grid and has edited award winning and bestselling fiction and nonfiction. She is committed to offering actionable editorial assistance for writers in all phases of their careers. Rachelle attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Masters in Creative Writing Program and has an MA in psychology from Goddard College. She is the author of An Introduction to Genre. Learn more at pagesandplatforms.com.

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Libby Bushill
Editorial Assistant at ProWritingAid

Libby is ProWritingAid's Editorial and Marketing Assistant. When she's not editing and writing blog posts, she can be found spreading the word about ProWritingAid on social media. A recent English Lit grad and co-editor of the University of Reading's A Room of Our Own Project, she loves all things writing and editing and can't wait to work on more projects in the future.

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