Monthly Archives: March 2014

New Article Up (Why a Writer (Always) Needs an Editor)

Editing remains the most important task an author should never tackle alone. As to why: https://patrickrutigliano.wordpress.com/articles/why-a-writer-always-needs-an-editor/ Advertisements

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Bestiary Production Update #3

For today’s update, I have two new blurbs to feature! “Bestiary opens with such a hook, an intense mind grab, that I instantly became intrigued to find out what Karen witnessed after she secretly follows a man who enters a … Continue reading

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New Article Up (Why Write Horror Fiction?)

As much as people underestimate the genre, there are many good reasons to write horror. https://patrickrutigliano.wordpress.com/articles/why-write-horror-fiction/

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Bestiary Production Update #2

Before I get started, I’d like to make a quick apology for the accidental Saturday (rather than Sunday) post. DST and I do not play well together, and my sense of time is still more than a little screwed up. … Continue reading

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New Article Up (The Roots of Horror)

Would you believe every horror story comes from only one of two places? Dig up the roots here: https://patrickrutigliano.wordpress.com/articles/the-roots-of-horror/

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Bestiary’s Back Cover and First Blurb

The following may be tweaked before publication (picky fellow that I am). I haven’t decided yet. Karen Lambert lost both her parents on a bright autumn night, victims of a man who promised miracles. Now, thanks to private investigator, Cal … Continue reading

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Useful Links for my Fellow Writers

Since I recently found a post by someone wondering how to find markets for horror fiction, I figured I’d pass the information I gave him on to you. I don’t submit my work much these days, but these are the … Continue reading

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