Crossfades: metaphysical monsters

This horror / sci-fi novella is billed as a ‘dystopian’ tale, which suggests a bleak futurescape of social or technological woe. Instead, Crossfades uses movie-making language in a supernatural / paranormal setting, to describe the moment between life and death, where a few lost souls get stuck in imaginary worlds of their own making. So,…

FranksWrite: socks & violins

The Killing Sisters crime-thrillers, A Last Act of Charity and The Corruption of Chastity carry an ‘explicit content’ warning. How shocking is shocking? How explicit should an author be, and why be explicit anyway? Writer Frank Westworth explains… It begins in the planning stage. It is essential to write a plot plan and stick to…