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Twisted's Evil Little Sister
‘Buckle up, she’s going to take you for a hell of a ride!’
Twisted’s Evil Little Sister is the sibling volume for Twisted 50, a collection of 33 horror stories… the ones that we couldn’t include in Twisted50 because they were too demented, unhinged, deranged and frankly… evil.
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Get to know the 29 demented souls behind the 33 unhinged Little Sister tales. They are…
Dee Chilton, Lewis Rice, Philip Trickett, Kathleen Bryson, Gareth Eynon, JT Billeter, David Young, Scott Merrow, Toby Norways, Rachael Howard, Nick Jackson, Kim Wheeler, Paul W Franklin, Mat Sunderland, Alistair Canlin, Milethia Thomas, Jonah Jones, Gerald Kells, Geoff Bagwell, Merlin Ward, Steven Stockford, Matt Lewis, Charles Maciejewski, Mary Stone, Phil Town, Fredrick Ochami, Simon Cluett, Troll Dahl, Chris Jeal, John Read, Hillier Townsend and Maggie Innes.
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*** Possible Spoiler Alert *** (Strongly advise reading this only after reading the story in Twisted 50: Evil Little Sister) One of my screenplays is based on an horrific incident that happened on a warship while I was serving in the Royal Navy. Severe damage and loss of life were involved. A ship is like
We are at ‘stage one’ of the three stages needed for Twisted’s Evil Little Sister to be available in paperback on Amazon via CreateSpace. The second stage is the cover which we expect to be confirmed later today or tomorrow. Then it’s just a few crossed T’s and dotted I’s and we are good to
I’m a scaredy-cat… when it comes to reading or watching horror – there’s no denying that. It probably stems from walking into the living-room, when I was about six, to tell my mam that I was frightened of the dark, just as, on the television screen, a shadowy face emerged from the darkness and peered
Writers are obsessed with questions. Every story has at least one at its core: Can Regan MacNeil’s soul be saved? (The Exorcist). Who is the killer? (Every whodunnit ever). Will the cute alien trapped on Earth survive? (Species. Why, what did you think I meant?). So yup, we spend a lot of time on these
It’s Friday afternoon and I’m sat at my desk at work; a.k.a. bored and daydreaming about the weekend. And an email pings up on my computer screen. It’s from Chris Jones at Create50 saying the deadline for ‘Twisted50’ is that very weekend. Hm? My interest is piqued. I read further and discover that Chris’s latest
I don’t know about you but I find the writing bit often starts with a very little idea. So one day I thought of the words: ‘There was something to his left’. Now I may not be the only fan of MR James in the world but whenever I write something spooky I think, would
Every writer suffers rejection and most have ways of coping with the pain which always feels personal. There was a time when the support of a literary agent was not critical to a writer’s career but when the Internet opened up the world, agents, producers, TV networks shut their doors to all but represented writers.
I received an email recently asking to submit a blog about my twisted journey, and I just thought “Wow, they want me to write a blog. What’s a blog?” So a quick internet search followed by a flick through on what the other “Twisted” writers had written led me to create what I think is
Thinking of deleting or shredding all those wasted competition entries which are clogging up your hard drive or files? Think again! In early 2015 I entered a NYC Midnight Screenwriting Challenge. We were assigned a three ran-dom aspects, which had to be included in our story, and were given a time limit to complete the
Twisted’s Evil Little Sister Topples Stephen King AND Clive Barker to Number 1 Spot in 3 hours! We launched Twisted’s Evil Little Sister today and within one hour, we had knocked both Stephen King and Clive Barker from their number one and two slots respectively. Such GREAT news for everyone involved in both Crate50 and
I’m not a horror writer. Sure, sometimes my writing is horrific, but usually not on purpose. I normally write sitcom pilots, but I had enjoyed writing for the screen side of Create50, and wanted to be part of the prose platform as well. But if I were to write convincing horror, I couldn’t fake my
As writers new to the scene, were are forever being told, ‘show don’t tell’, ‘easy on the adverbs’, and ‘write what you know’. It’s this last nugget of advice that provided the springboard for my Twisted 50 story, True Fear. When it comes to horror, which I had never written before, what I knew about