It's been awhile since I wrote the popular "5 Elements of a Good Horror Story", which made me wonder if there was anything more I could add to the list. As I worked a bit more on Ashland's Asylum, I realized there is a great concept I completely missed - the concept of false antagonists and allies. After all, shouldn't any good horror story keep you guessing who's the bad guy and who's the hero?
As Promised, here's FACADE.
I've been talking about my new book Ashland's Aslyum a lot lately, so I figured I might as well let you in on a story. "Façade" is a tale that runs from No-Injury Policy into Ashland's Asylum.
And since in the spring I am going to give away the sequel "Familiar Façades" for free in the spring for liking my facebook page, reading its predecessor might be helpful
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