So eventually I will transition over to writing about different things. I will still keep the essence of what I've been writing about here, and even that upbeat motivational post here and there, but things will change.
Mature a bit.
It will be the same, but different.
We were talking about this on the last show with me and Gary Buller. The guest was Adrian Medina, co-owner of Aphotic Realm. You can listen here Horror with: Marchese & Buller
We know there has to be change for success. And it doesn't necessarily mean you have to do a 360.
You can keep true to the essence of what made your work what it was. But new fans will want more. Older fans will need new content.
You have to move on and up. It's a process to the top and even there you keep changing.
Not only is it necessary, but it's healthy.
And don't get me wrong a lot of the aspects you love, that your fans love that works can stay. Heck, that's what they'll remember you by. But cha…
Next in the expose we have Calvin Demmer, who's story of a washed up detective called upon to assist with a possible cereal killer is our next jaunt into the Monsters Exist anthology. The only question I have is, why don't "they" ever believe? Enjoy.
Story Behind “Never Sleep Again”By Calvin Demmer
Who doesn’t remember being scared at night as a kid? The main idea for “Never Sleep Again” came from that childhood fear some people have of an arm or leg dangling off the bed in the dark. I looked into different interpretations of possible monsters under the bed, but none really fit with the vibe I wanted to go with. So, I kind created my own monster based on elements I thought would terrify and linger in the mind. Having a reason for the monsters to come and actually take hands or feet was important to me, and I’m pleased with how that turned out.
I also wanted to show the story through the eyes of the main character. Once I had his basic characteristics and back story dev…