Word Clouds: Silly and Enlightening

I enjoy playing with word clouds.

I made one for a recent short story, “The Darker Paths”:

Word clouds are fun.

But did I really use “Max” and “Brian” *that* much?  Gosh.  Something to keep in mind when I’m crafting.

My next project, “Blood Drop Sonata”, is for a horror anthology featuring classical music.  I’m having good fun with it.  I’m starting to mesh monsters with wild abandon; werewolf poltergeists are a thing, right?  Well, now they are.

And just so I’m clear,

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About H.G. Bells

H.G. Bells writes around the intersections of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror. She has several short stories in print, and is repped by Beth Campbell for her novel Sleep Over, coming soon from Skyhorse Publishing.
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3 Responses to Word Clouds: Silly and Enlightening

  1. In a particularly good game of D&D in HS, my group and I fought a fanatically ferocious Werewolf illusionist/necromancer. That guy was a fucking WAR!

  2. Aaron "Angelbait" Fossett says:

    And to be doubly clear: [IMG]http://static.themetapicture.com/media/funny-gif-guy-dancing-Russia.gif[/IMG]

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