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When I was a very small child I fell in love with books of all types I could lose myself for hours in Alice and Wonderland Black Beauty and Tom Sawyer As I grew older I started reading books that portrayed actual people I became interested in books on the Holocaust and read many titles including the Diary of Anne Frank These real-world stories and my large imagination started me on a path of story writing I have written everything from poetry to complete plays Although I have explored a large range of styles in my writings I generally focus most of my efforts on three styles horror mystery and science fiction I have found these subjects allow me to use history technology and my imagination to build new worlds where anything can happen Whenever I write horror stories I try very hard to make them seem believable I want the readers to be afraid to put thier feet on the floor for fear something will grab them from under the bed I do not write about three eyed monsters or Loch Ness Monsters because they do not seem real I write about the people you meet every day like the school teacher with bodies in his backyard or the family member with a secret Its not hard for me to turn the guy next door into a serial killer in one of my stories When I write mysteries I have to come up with a scenario method and motive Mystery stories can take more than a little research I have to build characters that have skeletons in their closets and the personalities that allow them to be pushed far enough that they would commit a murder I have to know how to explain the method used to kill the victim The victim has to have a past that relates to all the suspects in one way or another I have to build hisher
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