Do you like to be scared?
I do. I love a good scary book or movie. And since I’m a writer by trade, I often envy all of the horror writers who make a great living scaring the pants off people.
Horror is one of those fiction genres that never goes out of style. Write a blood-curdling story and your book will sell… and sell… and sell some more.
And horror readers are some of the most fanatically loyal on the planet. Heck, Stephen King could write a terrible book on purpose and still sell millions of copies. He HAS done that, I’m pretty sure. 🙂
Since I have a real interest in this myself, I decided to spend some time doing research to find out what horror readers don’t like. After all, knowing what turns readers off is how you avoid bad ratings and reviews.
And what I learned was eye opening. Turns out horror readers can be pretty picky.
The #1 complaint? “It wasn’t scary.”
And there’s a lot more you need to know if you plan to get into writing horror books. Now you will know.
You’ll know before you ever write a word what to avoid, what to include, and how to better tell a scary story that will impress readers and get your book some great reviews.
Even if you don’t write horror right now, this will help you for any future ambitions… and the insights into how readers think will even help you with other fiction genres.
I really want you to check this out. I’m convinced you’ll be very glad you did.
And best of all, it’s at the lowest price I’ll ever charge for a few more days.
So don’t wait… check out my Horror Deal Breakers: http://malka.biz/horror-deal-breakers/