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After Danse Macabre #StephenKingRevisited

The plan is to reread all of Stephen King’s novels and collections and assorted other publications in their order of publication. Richard Chizmar of Cemetery Dance set out the challenge for himself and invited others to join in. It is an idea which indulges my obsession with King’s writing. I’m doing it because I am …

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Before Scares That Care! Weekend

by Jay Wilburn Scares That Care Weekend Convention is this coming weekend as of the time I am writing this. It will run from July 21 – 23, 2017. I hope to see many of you there. You can check out details here. Or you can follow along on my Jay Wilburn Author Page on …

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Alumni Post — Where Are They Now? — Authors of SOZ and WOZ past #SummerZombie 2017

by Jay Wilburn As of the the end of this tour, Armand Rosamilia will have been doing the zombie tours for over six years now as a host or a featured author. He began with the Summer of Zombie tours and the Winter of Zombie tours have been running almost as long. Some years he …

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After the Long Walk #StephenKingRevisited

by Jay Wilburn The plan is to reread all of Stephen King’s novels and collections and assorted other publications. Richard Chizmar of Cemetery Dance set out the challenge for himself and invited others to join in. It is an idea which indulges my obsession with King’s writing. I’m doing it because I am a writer …

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After The Stand #StephenKingRevisited

by Jay Wilburn The plan is to reread all of Stephen King’s novels and collections and assorted other publications. Richard Chizmar of Cemetery Dance has a financial stake in this challenge. It is still not a terrible idea. I’m doing it because I am a writer and I want to improve my long fiction and …

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A Story A Week 2017

by Jay Wilburn Ray Bradbury recommended that authors write short stories before they attempt novels. Many writers steer away from short story work as their careers progress because the smart money is on novels. Bradbury also suggested that authors not try to make money as they are building up their craft. Jeez, what is this …

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Wilburn, Rosamilia, and Buda vs the Skunk Apes

by Jay Wilburn When I set out in the stolen car with New Jersey plates toward the frozen tundra of Northern Florida, I did not expect an adventure. What happened next will surprise you more than any clickbait you have read today. First, Chuck Buda brought my family New Jersey bagels. These are easily distinguished …

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