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Tag Archives: genre writing challenge
Today’s genre and image: Haunting It is said you can still hear the screams and cries from the goings-on in the house on the hill. It was closed years ago after the scandal devastated the town. Who would have thought … Continue reading
Today’s genre and image: Dark Fantasy (tales that focus on the nightmarish underbelly of magic, venturing into the violence of horror novels) Image by 2234701 from Pixabay They wanted me to sit for a portrait before my initiation. No cameras … Continue reading
Today’s genre and image: Creepy Kids (horror story that focuses on children as the main character) Nanny was below stairs having her breakfast and a cup of tea laced with whisky. She didn’t think anyone knew of her little habit, … Continue reading
Today’s genre and image: Magical Realism: a horror sub-genre inspired by Latin-American authors, in which extraordinary forces or creatures pop into otherwise normal, real-life settings. She had been walking for hours and the sky was turning ominous. She wondered who … Continue reading
Today’s genre: Farce (a story involving energetic action revolving around humorous predicaments and coincidences) Bud and Lou looked on in dismay. ‘It’s Aunt Egna!’ Bud said as the tears started to fall. Lou looked around suspiciously. ‘What day is this?’ … Continue reading