Now and then, you'll meet a budding writer who fearfully admits they love to write creepy books. “What is wrong with you?” they worry people will say. “I expected you to wear a long, black trench coat and thick eyeliner.”
As a writer of macabre fiction, Mary's also your stereotypical “good girl.” So how does she balance both aspects of her life? In this brief nonfiction booklet, Mary discusses a psychological and scriptural basis for tackling darker books, some of her favorite techniques for mastering the craft, and how to show the strength of God's light.