Day 20

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Day 21

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Day 22

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This one is an oldie, but a goodie. Pick prompts 15-20 from the following list. Bonus points if you can make all five stories connect.

Day 12

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Day 13

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Day 14

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I’m going to be posting these last days I’ve missed. Sorry for getting behind!


For days 9, 10, and 11… write a horror story in three different perspectives! (Example: The killer, the victim, the witness).


Welcome to a new blog segment I want to run! Indie authors do not get the proper representation that they deserve, I think. People are putting forth so much effort, so much time, and so much of themselves to get their books out there. The market is changing, and self-publishing is on the rise. I’d love to take the time to read and review all self-pub authors who want to get their name out there!

My first selection is Dominique Minuit! This is 18+ NSFW work, so reader beware! 

The first short story in a series that follows an adventurous young woman named, Seraph. Follow her sexual escapades at the private club Le Château Rosé, where she experiences the broadest definitions of carnal pleasures. Whips, ropes, and exhibitionism all take place within her most recent adventure.

Whip: Seraph's tales from the Nightingale by [Minuit, Dominique]Whip: Seraph’s tales from the Nightingale  is our short story in question. Measuring up to around 3,000 words, this is a quick and dirty read! As a debut story from the author, it leaves us with both room to grow and the desire to read more!

A plus is the very (in my opinion) appealing cover and an accurate representation of the target audience. This short story is a real gem if you like a fast-and-filthy read.

The best part about this short is the fact that it is one in the beginning of a series! Growing attached to the main character, Seraph, isn’t going to leave you wanting more! Hop on the hype train now, and you won’t have to miss the next installment when it’s released later this month!

At .99, the story is a steal. Make sure to act fast! On October 16th — for one day only – the story will be FREE to read! Make sure if you do to leave a star-rating and a review ❤ Nothing helps authors more than your feedback!

That does it for this particular session of #ProjectIndieAuthor! If you are interested in having your work reviewed, leave a comment and let me know!

Even if you aren’t, share this blog and this author around! Let’s get the word out and start boosting each other up!

Author Amanda McCormick

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Allow me to catch up from the weekend here! I’ll be posting 7 and 8 back to back, and then 9 will come later on tonight!

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and day 8:

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I can’t wait to see what y’all come up with!

Hey hey! We are on day 6 of our month long prompt fest! Let’s get to tonight’s prompt!


How is everyone doing so far? We’re on day five of our 31 days of horror prompts! I’m trying to keep things new and different… so, we’re going to do something new here!

Pick one of the Seven Deadly Sins… and write a story about what their worst fear would be if they were a person.


There we go, people! Let’s get to getting! I can’t wait to see what you come up with, and remember to link back to me if you participate!



Today’s prompt comes from a fun little google search. xD Sometimes, I like to see what other people have to think.

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Let’s get to it, guys!


Welcome to day 3 in my series of horror writing prompts for Halloween! I’m trying to make sure to keep things fresh, so we’re going to go with a concept idea. Are you ready?

What is your favorite fairy tale? I want you to take it and turn it into a horror story!

There we are, day number three. I can’t wait to see what you guys come up with!