Although I believe Halloween is more than just “scary”, fear is a large part of Halloween, and I think it can be a real challenge to find good scary stories (recognizing that good is a very subjective thing).
I’ve recently completed a short story, which I’m currently calling Changing Courses. It’s a 5,000 word realistic fiction short story, and if anyone fancies reading and providing feedback, please let me know. I am, of course, also open to providing feedback in turn. If you are interested, please either leave a comment with your email, or use my Contact page to provide appropriate information so I can send you the story.
Thank you in advance to anyone who chooses to offer their feedback.
Since I am so passionate about stories, a big part of Halloween for me is reading and watching some nice spooky stories. Over the next few posts I’ll be offering up some of my favorites, starting with books to read.
As October is upon us, I’d like to celebrate my love of this magical time with a few posts to celebrate all the things I like about and like to do during Halloween season. And what better place to start than with the most basic of questions, why?