by Lillian Csernica on February 1, 2018
Welcome to Women in Horror Month!
To celebrate, I am offering The Fright Factory for just 99 cents.
Learn the fine art of suspense, how to make monsters, and more! The techniques I explain are the very ones that helped me write and sell the stories available here:
It’s a great way to celebrate
by Lillian Csernica on May 21, 2017
Thanks to the excellent artistic and business skills of Michael Willis, head of Digital Fiction Publishing, a new edition of Ship of Dreams is now available!
*** Introductory Sale Price: 99 cents US for Kindle!***
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Don’t miss out! Makes a great “treat”!
Hopes and Dreams: My Writing and My Sons
by Lillian Csernica on October 7, 2016
Halloween is my favorite “howl-iday.” Since October is the month of “things that go bump in the night,” I’ve dropped the price on The Fright Factory to just 99 cents from now all the way through Halloween itself!
Horror can be anything from the most elegant ghost story to the total freak-out of a bloodthirsty serial killer. The Fright Factory can show you how to make the most of your story ideas:
Choose the best setting.
Build a better monster.
Learn the fine art of creating suspense!
It’s all here, including an essential list of the worst horror cliches no editor wants to see.
GET YOUR COPY NOW!
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Thinking Ink Press, the publisher of Thirty Days Later, Steaming Forward: 30 Adventures in Time” is putting the Kindle version of the anthology on sale for 99 cents! This is a limited time sale, just until September 7th. Get your Harry Turtledove fix for under a buck!
via Sale on Thirty Days Later — Welcome to the Treehouse!
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