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Halloween Horror Interview Last Installment - By Lotusneko

This month is the last installment of the Halloween Horror interview series with the Review Ghouls. Featured is my interview with 🦄🏳️‍🌈Sapph

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LOTUSNEKO: What kind of ghoul are you, and what brought you to the Review
Ghouls Contest?

VV: I'm a Vampire, of coursssse! A Venomous Vampire. I was brought here becaussse of
the fun last April being a foolish fool and getting to put creativityyy with reviewing.

LOTUSNEKO: Is horror your favorite genre? What techniques do you use when
reviewing Horror?

VV: Horror would be one of my favorite genres...as long as there is blood involved, it is a lovely read. I love to pull it apart piece by piece and depict what parts are horrific, with ones that could use a bit of workkk in scaring the fangsss off of a vampire!

LOTUSNEKO: What advice would you offer people who want to review Horror, but have never done it?

VV: Take your time and find what you like best of the horror, and focus on that and how
to seek the darknessss a piece needs.

LOTUSNEKO: What kind or type of Horror stories do you enjoy?

VV: I rather enjoy poemsss, actually. If you can make an impact in a few wordsss, it's wonderful!

LOTUSNEKO: Do you run across anything in Horror that turns you off or makes
you stop reading? If so, what?

VV: There is really nothing that will turn me off to a horror pieccce.

LOTUSNEKO: What are your plans for Halloween?

VV: I wasss thinking about having a night out on the townnn. It would be fun to do that at least onccce this centuryyy.


There are still lots of treats to be had for thoughtfully reviewing anything from this folder:

 Horror Stories & Poetry  (13+)
My short scary tales & poems. Enter at your own risk.
#1227237 by Pen Name


This month's question is: When reading Horror, is there anything that you come across that turns you off or makes you stop reading?

TIP OF THE MONTH If you do follow your bliss you put yourself on a
kind of track that has been there all the while, waiting for you, and the life that you ought to be living is the one you are living. - Joseph Campbell

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