Hello world!

Yes, I kept the “hello world” title for this post. It’s almost 4:30 am and I really need to get to bed but before I go…

….this blog will be about what it’s like to try to get known in the horror world. While I only have a couple of short stories right now I’m very proud of them. Later I’ll post where they’re at and all that cool stuff but for now I just want to get this started and take my Kindle to bed where I can read some other person’s awesome horror work.

Good night and I hope to see you all here when I can really delve into how I feel about what I’ve done, who has read it and what it’s like to try to break into a genre that has some of the best writers ever.



About Karsun

I’m a freelance writer, website designer and overall Jill of all trades that lives in sunny and stormy Florida. Shauna Klein is my pen name and I’m married with children that have fins, feathers and fur. I have a short story in the Cemetery Dance book In Laymon’s Terms and a blurb in the book The Ice Limit by Douglas Preston/Lincoln Child. I also have short stories on Amazon that can be found by searching for Shauna Klein.

Posted on February 24, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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  2. It can be harder to really get into the horror realm than it seems, I’m afraid. Two self-published stories are a great start. Self-publishing doesn’t have the stigma that it used to (you know, the old “So you couldn’t find ANYONE who would publish it? it must suck! So you did it yourself!” but that is changing) I wish you great success in the dark world. I suspect you’ll be bloodier and more twisted than I am — but who knows, the dark side may call out my inner sadist…

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