I was wondering who appeals to you the most as a creepypasta writer. As this month we have a recap of the spothlighted authors on this site, I'd like to ask who, not exclusivly of the twelve spolighted writers, is your favorite on this site.
Honestly, I would have to vote for HumboldtLycanthrope (in terms of characters and prose, he excells by far);Banning(the Tobit series is especially captivating and scary); and ImGonnaBeThatGuy(who I think has some of the scariest, if flawed, stories on here)Read more >
Welp, I haven't done a blog in a long time. Hope I'm not too rusty. Here goes nothing. Im actually suprised I didnt see any blog on this here, so I hope Im not repeating what's already been posted. I hope not, at least.
Background on Cthulhu
Perhaps Lovecraft's most renound and successful tale, the Call of Cthulhu was sold to Wierd Tales magazine in 1926 for 165 dollars. Franswroth Wright, then the editor of Wierd Tales, had a habit of rejecting stories upon their submissionm as was the case with the Call of Cthulhu; here, two different sources conflict on a trifling detail. Lovecraft's documentary, The Fear of the Unkown, states that Lovecraft was aware of Wright's habit and shelved the story for a year and re-submited it a year later with …Read more >
Lately, I've expanded my music tastes and I was wondering about the lyrics that I like best. As someone who loves writing, obviously, lyrics are probably the most important for me. Here are some of mine, what about the you, the alarmingly few people sad enough to read my blog.
Mine are: "Sorry, Puff, but I don't give a fuck if this chick was my own mother, I'd still fuck her with no rubber, cum inside her, and have a son and a new brother/And just say it ain't mine, what's my name?" --I'm Back, Eminem.
"Heard ten thousand whispering and nobody listening. Heard one person starve, I heard many people laughing. Heard the song of a poet who died in the gutter." --A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall, Bob Dylan
""Trying to buy me some time then I remembered …Read more >
Not that anyone will actually care, and not that this is something I'm only starting, but I'm not gonna be around for a while. I just thought that since, if my memory hasn't gone sour, Frank N. Furter made a blog about leaving. He was actually worth caring about, but I have a ego higher than Dix, who finds it necessary to post on everything he sees. waiting for your comment, Dix
I've already been away since the Dark Humor contest ended, so this isn't anything new, but I found that I have some time to make a blog about it. I just feel shitty all around -- I lost my motivation to write and I read significantly. Which is shit because those are the things I loved above all else, and still do. I just can't bring myself to edit any stories and I d…Read more >
I don't think it will have much of an effect on the wiki but there are a couple of famous Lovecraft stories we don't have here. Such as Under the Pyramids and The Mound. (there is already a story with the same name on the wikia). There are a couple of more too. The links are to wikisource, by the way. I'm not sure as per the policy of posting other's work here, so I won't post them. But if anyone thinks the wiki should have more Lovecraft stories I have a couple more of his more renowned works saved on a word document. We probably don't need them one here, but I was just thinking since we already have an archive for him.Read more >