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cozwry

Senior Member
I have ever had that blaze of inspiration, that ends up with a night of beer and bbq with a stranger. A good potato in jacket. But if you were to ask me if I was well travelled these days, I’d have to argue that I’ll go as far as my dog will take me. He’s a cripple. I wonder as far as my bedside table, being in recovery - but I am glad for the immaculate conception, suspended as he is. Do you ever think of black comedy such as this?
 

cozwry

Senior Member
Softcore horror, actually. I like to imagine the landscape free of law and order, but that is a bit tongue in cheek. Mostly it gets in the way of plot device. What is your chosen genre?
 

TheMightyAz

Mentor
Softcore horror, actually. I like to imagine the landscape free of law and order, but that is a bit tongue in cheek. Mostly it gets in the way of plot device. What is your chosen genre?
Horror and fantasy. Mainly because I love the vocab involved and the freedom to paint any visual I can imagine. Plus I'm a little twisted.
 

cozwry

Senior Member
It makes me happy, to explore the shadows, there are plenty other things to be scared of - so why not?
 

TheMightyAz

Mentor
It makes me happy, to explore the shadows, there are plenty other things to be scared of - so why not?
Yeah, but 'gore' isn't really an objective when writing horror. You wouldn't just write a scene to describe the gore, you'd create a scene in which gore may be necessary but not the central focus.
 
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