He’s written for Nightmare on Elm Street. He’s written for Supernatural. He’s written some of the scariest tales of our time … and Thursday, we’ll be talking to him about all things horrific – Tim Waggoner will be our guest onThorne & Cross: Haunted Nights LIVE! Stay tuned …
At Thorne & Cross: Haunted Nights LIVE!, we’ve begun booking for the summer/fall of 2015. So far, we’re proud to announce that such guests as Christopher Moore, F. Paul Wilson, Tim Waggoner, Michaelbrent Collings, Christopher Rice, and Dianna Love have confirmed, and are currently being scheduled for appearances.
Thorne & Cross: Haunted Nights LIVE! is a one-hour horror/suspense/paranormal-themed internet radio show that airs every Thursday at 9:00 pm EST. At Haunted Nights LIVE!, we talk all things macabre with the biggest names in the business. Haunted Nights LIVE! features fact, fiction, and that indiscernible gray area in between! Give us a like on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Thorne-Cross-Haunted-Nights-LIVE/360703350753608?ref=hl
Coming Soon to Thorne & Cross: Haunted Nights LIVE!
(Christopher Moore, bestselling author of Lamb, You Suck, and The Serpent of Venice)
(F. Paul Wilson, author of Fear City, Midnight Mass, and Ground Zero)
(Christopher Rice, NYT Bestselling author of The Snow Garden, The Moonlit Earth, and The Light of Day)
(Michaelbrent Collings, author of Crime Seen, Twisted, and Killing Time)
(Dianna Love, NYT Bestselling author of Storm Demon, Last Chance to Run, and Nowhere Safe)
(Tim Waggoner, author of The Way of All Flesh, Darkness Wakes, and Dead Streets)
Tamara Thorne and I have been invited to participate in the celebration of Crystal Lake Publishing’s official launch of Beneath the Lake: On Writing Horror. For the next few days, Crystal Lake will be publishing articles on writing horror, by authors like Tim Waggoner, Patrick Rutigliano, and… us!
If you’ve been following our blogs, you may have already read the post that is going to be published, Extreme Collaboration, but there’s more to come from us and others, so if you love horror, and want to learn more about writing it, go check out the other articles at Crystal Lake’s website.