Posts tagged Wendell Pruce
Restoration Man

    Back then, I’d only just started writing and self-publishing horror stories.  I’d finished a few: The Low Road, The Narrow Doors and The Compressionist, but I was still finding my feet.  At first, I didn’t even think about trying to make a story out of my nightmare.  If I’m being honest, I just wanted it out of my brain.
     It was only after a shower and a mug of coffee, that I realised I had to try and do something with it.  I was trying to be a horror writer.  It would be a shame to waste the fear jangling through my system.  So, instead of distracting myself, I sat down and began to work with it.

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The Pruce is Right

The relationship you have with your characters can get pretty fraught at times.  Granted, you create them and set them on a path.  The thing is, over time, they have a habit of rebelling against your intentions.  Especially when you’re putting them through a ghost story.
    I’ve recently been challenged by Christine Ardron of the endlessly inventive Predgarians blog to have one of my characters answer some question for her.  What can possibly go wrong?

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