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Writing the Supernatural Thriller: How to Turn Old Fables into New Tales

My fascination with all things supernatural started at an alarmingly early age. I remember staying up way past my bedtime, huddled under my comforter, glued to the pages of a Christopher Pike novel. Scavenger Hunt was my favorite. As I aged, my thirst for edgier plots took me, naturally, to Stephen King. Christine scared the bejesus out of me. Later in life I discovered Charlaine Harris, Laurell K.
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