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Books > Best Books on Writing Horror, Horror Scripts & More Horror-Writing Topics

Horror writing can challenge writers’ imaginations when writing horror stories. Take these books on horror writing and create a story or horror script filled with terror & fearful characters. They spotlight horror writing prompts, articles on writing a horror story, how to write a horror novel, marketing your book and much more! Learn how to write horror like the pros in this scary genre with the help of our writing books & writing software.

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Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction by Patricia Highsmith
Writing and Selling Your Mystery Novel: How to Knock'em D... by Hallie Ephron
Writing Mysteries by Sue Grafton
Modus Operandi by Joseph R. Paglino, Mauro V. Corvasce, Writer's Digest ...
Writers Workshop of Horror by Michael Knost
The Elements of Style by William Strunk, Jr.
Now Write! Mysteries by Laurie Lamson, Sherry Ellis
Plot & Structure: Techniques and Exercises for Crafting a... by James Scott Bell
Dan O'Bannon's Guide to Screenplay Structure: Inside Tip... by Dan O'Bannon, Matt R. Lohr
Writing the Science Fiction Film by Robert Grant