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TIME/LIFE interrupts this Labyrinth Project Creators Journal to bring you our latest collection of forgotten classics, REJECTION’S GREATEST HITS. Let’s hand it over to our host for the evening, Richard Alan Scott………


Writing does have its dark side in the form of utter and hopeless rejection, faced from the moment you begin to submit your stories or query agents with your novels. I have a lot of thoughts on this state of defeat in my Halloween/ Day of the Dead Labyrinth Creators Journal over at The Immortal Artist in storm-ravaged New Orleans. Read the brief blog people look forward to more than their cornflakes.


Talking about the ending of a film, book or story, we know that everyone has an opinion. Was it stupid? Was it great? Did you understand it? In my latest Labyrinth Creators Journal I continue to obsess about it in my writing, and we hear from British writing legend Ramsey Campbell. 1100 people have discovered the fun and interesting blog that makes you think.

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Controversy seems to follow the topic I want to discuss in my latest Labyrinth Creators Journal at The Immortal Artist. “Endings,” Do you like them neat and tidy, at least comprehensible, ambiguous or downright unknowable? I know I differ with many writers and readers on this; perhaps I am immature? Read the blog that makes over a thousand readers say, ♫ “Tell me more, tell me more, but you don’t gotta brag…”♪♪


This Labyrinth Creators Journal goes into my second and most discussed short story, STOKER’S BENEFACTOR, and takes us to Dublin Castle in Ireland. Read the popular journal that folks are finding a quick, entertaining read. Bram Stoker will be happy you did.


My new entry to the Labyrinth Creators Journal at The Immortal Artist discusses the time early in my writing career that I had my own private library through membership in a mystical cabal. I go up against an unwavering brigade of staunch guardians. Read the short, fun blog that nearly a thousand people have discovered.




Of my short stories, the most popular so far has to do with Bram Stoker’s genius creation, a certain Transylvanian Count. But before we get to that in the Labyrinth Creators Journal at Immortal Artist, let’s go back to a time when I had my first run-in with the blood-thirstiest vampire of them all. Join above to get an email notice when there is a new entry to the blog that people stick their neck out to read.


All of the places I’ve lived in my adult life, my bed’s location and my spot in it have been exactly the same. This phenomenon only became apparent to me a number of years ago. Learn how this odd detail became the basis for the first short story in my serious writing career, and experience a whole bunch more by reading on in my Labyrinth Creators Journal at The Immortal Artist. This brief blog is always fun and fascinating and gets your gears working.



Newest in my Labyrinth Creators Journal brings us face to face with the Ghost of a Vermont Inn, and a startlingly “woke” staring contest with a gentle spirit. Hundreds have read the blog that made the Covid summer less of a slog. Why not take ten minutes and join in in the fun? Put your email in above to learn first hand of the entries. Bless you. Below is my Max, in winter coat, in our backyard cemetery.



TThis time my Labyrinth Creators Journal opens a discussion of the Unexplained in our lives. Featuring a witch, my Mom, and the genealogically-fortuitous Dacre Stoker. Join 600 others who have discovered the blog that bolsters your writing addiction.