Classic Horror, Famous Horror Writers

Famous Horror Writers: R.L Stine Writing Prompts

One thing with this lockdown is that even as it’s being lifted in many places, we still need to be sensible and protect ourselves and our communities. 

So, while many places are reopening and businesses will need your support, we still shouldn’t be flippant about going outside and mingling with sizeable crowds. 

That being said, it has been a long few months. Speaking of my experience, I’ve been working from home since mid-March and restricting my time outside to essential trips maybe once or twice a week. Cabin fever has well and truly taken hold.  

To keep my mind from turning into mush, I’ve been testing myself with writing prompts and thought I’d share some with you, as I cannot be the only person going slowly mad with being indoors this much. 

Just to be clear, I did not make these myself, R. L. Stine did! Over on masterclass.com 

These are my favourite three 😊

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Katie’s Stories: Haunted Life Anthology

Last year I had a story accepted for the Haunted Life Anthology publish by Alban Lake.

We fear what we do not know and death is our ultimate fear. We do not know what lies beyond, or if there is a beyond, but some of us have ideas. Some of us have had experiences. Strange noises that can’t be explained. Objects moving on their own. Whispers of people who aren’t there. Slips of forms barely seen. Objects that are never to be touched. Words that are never to be spoken. Places that are never to be visited. All of these form the stories you’ll find within the soul-touched pages of The Haunted Life. Do you have the courage to find out what lies beyond?

My contribution was Call for Help.

Synopsis: When Jenkins starts receiving strange calls in the middle of the night, he is in a unique position to investigate a long forgotten cold case.

The anthology can be picked up on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.