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WiHM 2018 GUEST POST – Broken Strength – INDIA KELLS

WOMEN IN HORROR MONTH 2018 GUEST POST Women may often appear bright, full of kindness and compassion, but that’s not the whole truth, the entirety of who they are. For every time they have been deceived, hurt, wounded, betrayed or cheated, a small piece of their soul is chipped away, replaced with darkness.

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WiHM 2018 – Daggers in the Dark – Caroline A. Gill

Sometimes I write. And it amused me to no end when my readers came to me a year or two into publishing and explained to me that I was a Dark Fantasy author. I had never supposed such a thing. So I had to step back and look at my stories, seeing them with new eyes. I...

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WiHM 2018 GUEST POST – Curse of the Ottawa – FRANK DALEY

WOMEN IN HORROR 2018 GUEST POST Female characters in fiction, especially horror fiction, and its sub-genres are considered unworldly and unnatural, women supposedly being gentler than men and largely incapable of the evil or dastardly actions of men.

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WiHM 2018 – Valentine for a Canine – Jeannie Wycherley

At the beginning of Crone, Heather has largely disassociated herself from the world, and her bereavement has alienated her from any pleasures in life. The third relationship, and perhaps the most important to her when the novel opens, is Pip, her aging and scruffy lurcher dog.

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WiHM 2018 – Laissez Faire – Morgan Bell

It is no coincidence that a woman’s version of horror is specific to the vulnerabilities of being a woman, and our culture’s representation of the worst kind of villainess is the woman not shackled by these fears.

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GUEST POST – The Female of the Species is more Deadly than the Male!

WOMEN in HORROR MONTH GUEST POST Women are a requisite of the horror genre these days, as more and more women are entering the genre with their eyes open and blood dripping from their keyboards. Gone are the days when men had readers biting their nails and sitting on the edge of their seats

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