How To Write Horror Stories That Please Readers and Get You Great Reviews
Mistakes Writers Make & How To Avoid Them
►Are you interested in writing horror books but worry about impressing readers?
►Do you wish there was some way to know what horror readers expect before you write your story?
►Does the idea of selling more books and getting lots of great reviews put a smile on your face?
Horror is one of the most popular genres in fiction. If you write a good story that scares people, you stand to sell a lot of books and gain a large following of loyal readers.
Horror readers are voracious, like some of the monsters in the stories. They can't get enough... of horror stories, that is - not human flesh.
That's good news for you if you write horror stories. And it's a golden opportunity if you don't write them currently but want to break into the genre.
Why do people read horror stories?
That first one is the biggy. I learned this from my research at Amazon and elsewhere.
By far, the biggest complaint of horror readers is:
"It wasn't scary."
Good to know, but not exactly helpful for writers because it's so vague. So I kept reading reviews and comments until they got more specific.
What I discovered was very eye opening! Horror readers expect certain things when it comes to the stories and the characters.
Most of all, they expect to be scared.
I focused on what caused bad reader reviews
Most of all, reviews and comments helped me discover what horror readers want from the books they read - what they demand, really.
If you write horror (or want to), this information is absolutely essential. If you know before you write one word exactly what horror readers are saying they hate, you'll have what you need to write with confidence.
You'll know that your book will stand the best chance of being well received and getting lots of high ratings and glowing reviews!
That's what I've put together for you.
This is 28 pages of just the important stuff. It's what you need to know, given to you as clearly and concisely as I could write it.
Here's a look at the Table of Contents:
The 3 levels of horror reader complaints:
I cover all three in detail inside Horror Deal Breakers. You'll know exactly what to avoid to craft a story readers love and give high ratings.
I'm sure you would hate getting comments like these (all real, taken from Amazon):
Want to avoid that kind of ugliness for all the world to see in your book reviews?
You will if you get a copy of Horror Deal Breakers.
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