Since it is the last day of Halloween, and Nanowrimo Eve, the list today is horror books and movies about WRITERS!
High school was not the greatest time of my life, which must be why horror stories set in high schools are so common.
Long before Edward Cullen was a sparkle in Stephenie Meyer's eye, vampires were rampant in teen horror.
Most teenagers are super excited about getting their driver's license. Car accidents, drunk driving, hitchhikers - getting your driver's license suddenly became your worst nightmare.
Inspired by Grady Hendrix's Paperbacks from Hell, this new series of blog posts will highlight the 90s teen horror explosion. Get ready for neon covers, insane plot twists, and plenty of nostalgia!
Cheerleaders have been representing the "mean girl" since before the term was coined. While during the 80s teen literature was full of the popular girls and the girls who wanted to be popular - think Sweet Valley High and the "Cheerleaders" series - once teen horror blew up in the late 80s and early 90s, cheerleaders … Continue reading Cheerleaders in YA Horror
You can buy the print version of I'll Never Go Away now on Amazon! The Kindle format is also available. I'll hopefully be receiving my contributor's copy soon so I can read it 🙂 In other news, I'm thinking of posting some of my old short stories, the really embarrassing ones I wrote back in … Continue reading I’ll Never Go Away print edition on sale now!
Gimme a Kiss by Christopher Pike The short plot: Jane vows revenge when she finds that the last page of her diary has been photocopied and passed around the school. What was Jane's secret? Why would she feel the need to go so far as murder? I couldn't remember. So.... SPOILERS! Jane's big bad secret … Continue reading Review: Gimme a Kiss
As I suspected I spent more of my weekend sewing the valance curtains for my kitchen windows than I did writing. I did some outlining though - does that count? I did, however, get down to the library on Saturday, where I found that the Nashua Public Library's teen section had a large collection of Christopher … Continue reading more sewing than writing…