Ok, it does cross over but it’s not built upon blood and gore.
Although my work is horrific it has very little to do with the typical horror genre.
Horror is often bloody. Oozing drives its narratives. There’s little time to analyze a slasher’s motivations while all that slickness is covering the floor.
The other story is more my domain.
I want to know why the hand that holds a knife has white knuckles. I want to know why this person became a victim while that one was left alone. These differences matter.
Ending someone’s life is special. It’s an extremely intimate act for some killers. These murders reach deep into the soul and take more than a life.
Before blood drips comes a certain type of evil intention.
These are my stories.