Death Squad by Lisa Shea - Horror Story Writing and Reviews

In my 18 horror stories, only two feature male protagonists and both men are on death row. Coincidence? Hmmmm.

Here’s a discussion about Death Squad, one of my horror short stories. Yes, the main character here is on death row.

Death Squad is a short story by Lisa Shea about a man on death row who wants to be killed by firing squad – until he realizes that that firing squad is made up of androids. 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 Death Squad is available both as a standalone ebook and as part of Lisa’s compilation book Dark Gripping Short Tales. Death Squad is 19 pages / 4438 words.

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

Death Squad on Kindle
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Lisa’s Dark Gripping Short Tales (compilation of 9 horror short stories)
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Camera: Canon EOS7D Mark II
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Canon Lens EF-S 18-135
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