Horror Writers Association

Guess who got in? Okay, so it’s not official till I pay my dues after I get the final paperwork but I was emailed today and welcomed as an affiliate member! I’m so excited. I’ll be listed as Kim Hill and my pen name of Shauna Klein so you can find me either way once everything is totally done.

I feel really good about this because you don’t just join. There is certain criteria you have to meet and then be approved to join the HWA. I may not have much out there yet but this is a great way of being involved with awesome writers that I look up to.

Once I’m up on the site and everything is totally final then I’ll provide a link but I couldn’t keep this a secret!


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 27, 2012, in Getting started, Horror Writer's Association, Horror Writers Assocation, HWA and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. That’s wonderful news! Was it your stories that got you in? I’ll have to speed up my horror work so I can join! (Although in all truth, Women Writing the West has been a great association in terms of learning the writing — and marketing — trade!) But that does’nt mean I wouldn’t like to join HWA too! I’m envious!

  2. It’s actually for the story in In Laymon’s Terms. 🙂

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