My personal favorite horror writers are Stephen King and Dean R. Koontz, but I haven’t read that much of King since “It”.
The ending disappointed me big time.
All the way through the thick book, he increased the tension. The characters came to life. All was good. We were on a great rollercoaster ride, until…
Now, there are many other things than a weak ending that can make readers put down horror stories. Or just hate them. Or even hate them, put them down, and write an angry review.
I’ve done extensive research and found the minor annoyances (which are still good to avoid), the big no-no’s which can still be forgiven, and the absolute don’t-ever-do-this.
I’ve put it all together in my latest product. It’s a good read, if you write horror, or if you plan to do it in the future.
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