Damien Boath signed up to be laid out. He is victim #5. You can review the previous entries here. The body count is rising and there doesn't appear to be an end in sight. Which is OK with me, I'm fine with selling out, if it means the death of a few people. You can … Continue reading Damien Boath’s Festival of Horrors (short story and opportunity)
I should be releasing a new short story tomorrow, another victim in the I Will Kill You for $5 gig. It's an interesting turn, and this was a song I listened to while writing it. So now I'm sharing this creepy song for inspiration on this week's Musical Writing Prompt. Freddy's Coming for You Probably gonna upset … Continue reading Musical Writing Prompt #5
People just can't wait to be killed, I guess. My next contestant is someone I actually know in real life. In REAL life, people! If you're seeing this post, and aren't sure what in the world I'm talking about, go to the first post where I explain it a bit. And check out the Fiverr … Continue reading Bootsy Hambone’s Grease Monkey and Encore (short story and opportunity)
I've gotten horribly behind on my writing prompts. Sorry about that. What am I like 3 weeks behind now? Shameful. In an attempt to get ahead, I'm going to actually use the WordPress scheduling feature. So silly of me not to be using it in the first place. Gnossienne 1 Erik Satie is one of … Continue reading Musical Writing Prompt #4
Another one bites the dust in my morbid scheme to kill people for money. Fictionally speaking, of course. I wouldn't actually kill these people in real life for $5, that's ridiculous. Maybe for $1,000, but not for $5. My first two contestants in the wheel of death: Kat Folland's Early Retirement Julia Robertson's Last Call … Continue reading Shawna Bergen’s Withdrawal at Free Citizens United (short story and opportunity)
SUBMISSION CALL for dark writers.
Just what is it about that place at the end of the road? Is everything as it seems? What lurks within…or beneath?
We are looking for stories that trespass into new territory. From the dream house than becomes a nightmare, the ‘project’ that hides secrets within its walls, to high-rises with a view to die for and urban explorations that descend into danger – send us your undesirable residence.
Word count for fiction: 500 – 10,000.
We suggest you read an issue of Massacre to see just what grabs us around the throat.
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In case you missed the memo, I started something new last week. That something new is taking $5 from folks to write a short story or flash fiction piece in which they get killed. Some people may call that selling out, I like to call it blood money myself. Our first contestant on the wheel … Continue reading Julia Robertson’s Last Call (a short story and opportunity)
@KatFolland was my 1st subject in an experiment of killing real people in #shortstories. Completed today, will publish on my blog & eBook. — Nathan Weaver (@babylontales) February 2, 2015 This is the first in what I hope to be many short stories. The project is simple, I'm taking $5 from folks who are willing … Continue reading Kat Folland’s Early Retirement (a short story and opportunity)
I haven't posted a blog entry in 14 days. That was not my plan. I was trying to be good about posting an On Writing entry and Musical Writing Prompt once a week. This week, I'll catch up. You can expect another On Writing post and Musical Writing Prompt. Also, I'm talking with author and blogger, Sarah Allen, about … Continue reading I’m falling behind, catching up