The Death of a Horror Writer — ToC

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THE DEATH OF A HORROR WRITER is my first non-fiction book. It’s also the first book in three years I started writing before signing a contract. I had some things I wanted — no, needed — to say and I wasn’t going to let anything, or anyone, stand in my way. Fortunately, Paul Fry with SST Publications in the UK took notice of my vision and decided to publish this tome at the end of 2014. 

Essentially, THE DEATH OF A HORROR WRITER is my “goodbye” from writing any new fiction come the end of this year. I’ll still be around the genre (I hope) for years to come with reprints, foreign editions, films (if they ever get funded), some more non-fiction work, etc, but that will be it. That’s right! No New Fiction from me after 2014! Why, you ask? Well, shit. If I told you that I would ruin the book, wouldn’t I? But, I suppose I can give you a sneak peek with the Table of Contents, listed below.

Foreword by Paul Fry

Introduction by Ann Laymon

 Chapter One – Why This Book?

Chapter Two – Beginnings

Chapter Three – The Tale of the First “Novel”

Chapter Four – Being an Anthology Editor

Chapter Five – Running an Imprint

Chapter Six – Articles

Chapter Seven – A Lieutenant in the Genre

Chapter Eight – Interviews

Chapter Nine – Blurbs

Chapter Ten – The Early Stuff

Chapter Eleven – House Call

Chapter Twelve – The Business of Publishing (or how it affects you!)

Chapter Thirteen – The Proposal

Chapter Fourteen – The Horror Genre (and those within it)

Chapter Fifteen – The Power of One Thousand

Chapter Sixteen – Traditional vs Self Publishing

Chapter Seventeen – A Writing Class

Chapter Eighteen – Richard Laymon

Chapter Nineteen – End Game

Eulogies

Published Works

 

You can Pre-Order one of the 125 signed, limited edition hardcovers at:

SST Publications (Publisher)

Bad Moon Books

Cemetery Dance  (Update 9/25/14: CD has sold out of their copies)

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