The Nature Of Evil by Lisa Shea - Horror Story Writing and Reviews

Did you know 1% of our population are psychopaths and 3% are sociopaths? That’s a fair number.

My horror story “The Nature of Evil” explores this avenue in a literary nod to fiction from the Poe era.

Psychopaths are charming. Manipulative. They are out there.

I’d love feedback on the video! What are you up to today?

The Nature Of Evil is a short story by Lisa Shea about two women who meet up at their tenth high school reunion, and one woman realizes the second will be the perfect victim for her scheme. In this video, the author discusses her motivations in writing the story, explores the craft of writing a horror short story, and explains details of the plot. The story The Nature Of Evil is available both as a standalone ebook and as part of Lisa’s compilation book Dark Gripping Short Tales. The Nature Of Evil is 14 pages / 2617 words.

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To create this video, Lisa used the following tools (affiliate links included):

The Nature Of Evil on Kindle

Lisa’s Dark Gripping Short Tales (compilation of 9 horror short stories)

Camera: Canon EOS7D Mark II

Canon Lens EF-S 18-135

Adobe Premiere Pro video editing software

Edirol R-09HR Audio Recorder

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