01 Jan January Discussion Post: Why Do You Read And/Or Write Scary Stories?
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This month’s topic was suggested by Dave Taylor, and big thanks to him because I was having trouble coming up with a topic!
It’s pretty self-explanatory. If you’re a reader only, why do you feel so drawn to reading scary and creepy stories? If you’re a writer, do you have a reason for your desire to create horror fiction? If you’re both, well, you get to answer both questions!
Last month I asked how you discovered Creepypasta, and I guess that this question is sort of the inevitable continuation – why did you stick around? What about creepypastas compels you to want to continue reading and/or writing them?
I look forward to seeing your answers!
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