A woman in a networking group goes horribly awry. Remember when we had in-person networking groups? The Ancient Times? :).
Now to record books 10-18. Let me know if you have any suggestions!
Taking Her Turn is a short story by Lisa Shea about an art gallery owner who discovers a dangerous way to ensure she’s heard. 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 Taking Her Turn is available both as a standalone ebook and as part of Lisa’s compilation book Dark Gripping Short Tales. Taking Her Turn is 15 pages / 3223 words.
Are you interested in horror stories? Are you an author who enjoys writing short stories, poetry, or novels with a horror theme? Are you a reader who likes learning more about the horror genre? Come join multi-award-winning author Lisa Shea to learn more about the world of horror. In this series Lisa interviews authors, discusses her own stories, and delves into the world of horror.
As an added bonus, you get to meet Zuzu, the female half of the Zuzu and Felix black cat sibling duo!
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To create this video, Lisa used the following tools (affiliate links included):
Taking Her Turn 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