Creepy clowns have become all the rage again thanks to the revive of the movie IT. This character concept is based off of a series of nightmares I had a few months back starring just that. This tiny little lady was pretty fast, and she had the most unique, spine-snapping laugh. I just had to add her in this year!
My fusion with the horror genre began long ago. The start of it all was the first time taking in A Nightmare On Elm Street. After that, it fast became a passion; one I took with me through all of my schooling. I started writing short stories in grade school. This continued through middle school until I started onto longer compositions.
It was within these years of writing horror, I fell in love with another Master of Horror, Mr. Stephen King.
Aside from Wes, King is probably one of my largest influences.
I guess you could say, Wes inspired me to write and King kept me at it.
Doctor Sleep is one of King’s more recent novels—one I was most certainly gripped by. This novel certainly has a place here during 31 Nightmares for its unique approach to psychological horror.
This story is the follow-up for King’s other well-known masterpiece, The Shining. The stories flow together nicely, and yet this one takes on a direction all its own by touching on the occult. I highly recommend this novel to horror lovers. I am without a doubt surprised this has not been made into a full-length movie sequel as well.
Pick this up online or anywhere books are sold. You won’t regret it, unless you need sleep…