There are really four people who make this podcast happen- you already know our hosts, authors Steve Diamond and Larry Correia and you might know Jack, but who is the mysterious fourth person who makes it happen? And what writing advice did he give that Steve was so impressed with that he wanted to dedicate an entire episode to exploring? Find out on this week’s exciting and thought provoking episode of the WriterDojo!
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This week’s episode is brought to you by Craig Nybo’s Dead Girl.
Also, big shout out to Nancy Frye for the awesome job on the ad- if you’re ever in need of a professional VO actress, I highly suggest you give her a shout! http://nancyfrye.mystrikingly.com/
About Dead Girl:
I love true ghost stories and hauntings. Every small town in America has a haunted spot, a place where the teenagers go to freak themselves out, whether it be a bridge, a graveyard, a stretch of forest, or a weather-beaten, abandoned house.
My home town of Kaysville, Utah has such a spot; it’s called Kay’s Cross. The story goes, Bishop Kay, the founder of Kaysville, buried his 3 wives back-to-belly inside the cross. The three scarlet dead sisters hung there, suspended in eternal crucifixion, confined in the stone. Teenagers in Kaysville used to say if one stood too close, one of the book of dead sisters would claw through the stone and grab at you with a skeletal claw. Others said if you climbed up on top of the cross and looked down at the ground, you would see a surface swirling with maggots. Being a bit of a macabre-minded sole as a lad, I participated in both rituals and, to my dissatisfaction, there were no morbid consequences.
I dedicate Dead Girl to every teen haunt in every small town across America. This ghost boundary book tells the almost real story of a haunted bridge that could exist anywhere in America, perhaps right in your own town. Here’s to scary books. I love them. I write them. I am excited to contribute Dead Girl to the ever-growing collection of them.Happy reading and I wish you the most profound of lucent nightmares. Yours truly, Craig Nybo