According to Horror Writers Association (HWA), a nonprofit organization of writers and publishers who provide scary literature for their readers, Stoker impacted so many individuals that in the late 1980s a group of writers formed a group calling themselves the Horror Writers Association (1). Within this group is an award given called the Bram Stoker Award, which is given to the writer who shows “superior achievement” in the horror category (2). One writer, in particular, who was very influenced by Bram Stoker is Linda D. Addison. She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and received a Bachelor’s of Science in Mathematics from Carnegie-Mellon University. She is a poet and an author of horror, fantasy, and science fiction and is a member of the Horror Writers Association and annually attends StokerCon and the Northeastern Writers’ Conference.
Through it all, she has always been strong until George her second son allegedly commits suicide when he jumps off the cliff at Charity’s Point. The police quickly conclude that the man killed himself but Mrs. Gresham says that she knows her son would never take his own life. As Brady begins to investigate the prep schoolteacher who comes with a squeaky-clean history, he begins to unearth some dark secrets. George Gresham may not have taken his life but he sure has many secrets. The Dutch Blue Error is the delightful second novel in the series that has Brady trying to resolve a murder by finding the world’s rarest stamp.
T The Mist Compare and Contrast In 1980, the book The Mist, written by Stephen King, was released. It got very popular later on, so they decided to make it a movie 27 years later. The book is a horror tale following the life of David Drayton and a large group of civilians trying to survive a thick mist that has ‘enveloped the entire town. Not only can you barely see through it, but it contains some of the most out of this world creatures. Overall, the movie tells the same story as the book, but it definitely changes up some of the key parts of the story, and sometimes just adds completely new parts.
Anger is a common disease possessed by many humans. How people deal with anger is what makes them different. Some, the second they are confronted, act out violently. Some hold it in until they cannot possibly take anymore, then explode. Some, let other people act out for them.
Ananda like Nina had lost his parents in an accident and went to Canada with his uncle, a successful dentist in Halifax to pursue his higher education. His loneliness and troubled memories of his parents were haunting him in the beginning and his stay with his uncle Dr Sharma’s family for a month made him realize that he was expected to be on his own. He shifted to his friend Gary’s place where he felt more comfortable and it was there he discovered that he has some sexual difficulties while he tried having sex with Sue, a friend of Gary. But he couldn’t accept it and associated it with only white girls. With his sister’s initiation he received a picture of Nina and visited India during the Christmas holiday and both were allowed to meet.
She won many poetry trophies at her school and then graduated and entered Smith College. At her third year at college, Plath had a fail attempt of suicide by taking a large amount of sleeping pills. Later on she used that as an inspiration for her to write her novel “The Bell Jar”. After that, she won the third place in Seventeen’s magazine and her writing started to get noticed and she became darker. On February 11, 1963, Sylvia Plath had commit suicide.
Victor’s mother passed away when he was young, and from that moment, he knew he needed to find a way to cure death. Victor attended college and found a way to make his dream reality. After he created the creature is when everything went downhill. The monster was angry at victor and killed all of his loved ones and victor wanted to get revenge and destroy the creature. While reading the book I always asked myself who really is the monster is it Victor or the creature?
Since the author was concerned about the relationship and closeness of her life into the novel, as it contains many references to real people and events in her life, she told her British publisher, William Heinemann, to publish it under the pseudonym "Victoria Lucas" in January 1963. In 1966, the novel appeared under her own name after she died when she committed suicide. Moreover, the novel was not published until 1971 in America with accordance in the objections and wishes of both of the author 's husband and mother for it might degrade their reputation. With its high demand in other countries, 14 of them translated it in their own language; Greek and Spanish translation were some of them. The novel itself has sold over 3 million copies worldwide and is a pillar of American high school classes back then.
This may sound like a tragedy but, indeed, it was one of the most hilarious yet weirdest story I have ever read in my life. The perks of being a wallflower is about a socially awkward teenager, Charlie. He decided to write letters to his unnamed friend to let out what he is going through. The starting of his first year in high school was tough because of his one true friend, Michael committed suicide. After a week or so he over comes his shyness and then he met Sam and Patrick who becomes his best friend.