We have been focused on building HAG and getting ideas and needs cemented so we can better serve our members. Everyone is ready for Haggies Awards, but we need a firm foundation before we begin. Due will start and be due in January for 222 and we will have Haggies Awards that year. $15 a year.
What we need from you: Book release news! Pictures, links, synopsis all sent to us! We need anything you find interesting as far as jokes, videos, and anything horror related. Let us know about open calls! We have the space and interest, but need the material to show you off! We'd love to share horror blogs as well. What about writing tips? You could be in every HAG blog is you want! Just let us know. We also need people to coordinate peer reading/reviews/beta reading within the group. If you see a job that needs doing, volunteer and go for it!
25 Habits That Will Make You a Writer
Tell............... Sonja Huber
Today the imperative sentence resonates with all the creepiness of forcing someone to keep a secret. For many of us, “don’t tell” in other forms has been a tight constricting rope that has mangled our voices and changed our books and the years of our lives. A writer of nonfiction discovers their own authority by telling. The good essays tell. They pronounce. They manifesto. They ask and wonder and feint and layer. Their first drafts begin, though, with shy observations and many, many apologies that what they have thought might seem weird and they are sorry they are taking any of your time at all. Describe what you see outside and what you feel inside, how the scene inside shifts and whirls and changes in your ribcage and in your skull, how chocolate and rain taste and what they remind you of. Feel things. And say them. Tell. Tell me everything. Tell me a story. Tell me the truth. Tell me lies. Tell me what you want to say. Tell so that we may all be less alone.
What’s the difference between Breaking Bad and Ozark? Both are stories about husbands and fathers who fall into criminal enterprises while trying to provide for their families. Both shows have a strong sense of place and local culture. And both explore the entire moral spectrum between elemental survival and boundless greed. (Also, both require a moderately strong stomach since they occasionally dip their toes into Quentin Tarantino levels of violence.)
71% of 200 reviews are positive, with an average rating of 6.1/10. Army of the Dead is a 2021 American zombie heist film directed by Zack Snyder, with a screenplay by Snyder, Shay Hatten, and Joby Harold, based on an original story by Snyder. The film stars an ensemble cast consisting of Dave Bautista, Ella Purnell, Omari Hardwick, Ana de la Reguera, Theo Rossi, Matthias Schweighöfer, Nora Arnezeder, Hiroyuki Sanada, Tig Notaro, Raúl Castillo, Huma Qureshi and Garret Dillahunt. The plot follows a group of mercenaries who plan a Las Vegas casino heist amid a zombie apocalypse.