Guest author: Robbie Cheadle ~ How my short story “The Haunting of William” came to be written

Robbie talks about her short story…

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

I have two short stories in Dan Alatorre’s latest horror anthology, Dark Visions: An anthology of 34 horror stories from 27 authors.

Writing stories in the horror and supernatural genre was a big move for me away from my existing children’s book and poetry. I have been following the progress of this book on Amazon with great interest and am delighted to see that it achieved number 1 in its category during the first week of its release. I have also been reading the reviews of the book and am thrilled that a few of them specifically mention one or the other of my stories, or both.

The first tale, The Willow Tree, was my first attempt at a short story in this genre and is a psychological thriller. My son suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder (“PTSD”) and obsessive-compulsive disorder (“OCD”). He is under the care of a…

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