Writer of Horror, Dark Fantasy, Mystery, and Narrative non-fiction.
Dr. David Fox
"This book is well written and researched. Could be used in a number of contexts, i.e. classroom, forensic psychology, criminology, and the inquisitive reader."
Author David Kempf
"IF DR. LOOMIS WAS REAL, HE WOULD WANT TO READ THIS BOOK!
S. L. Yarbrough's imaginative answers to what motivates movie serial killers make for a very fascinating and entertaining read."
"Psychology of Horror Villains, Survivors, and Victims was a book I enjoyed reading as it kept me engaged and interested t throughout."
Dreamer, Creator, Visionary
S. L. Yarbrough's earliest story was written in kindergarten. A ghost story. Her affinity for writing scary stories came from her weekly trips to the drive-in with her parents. Fantasy was also a passion, garnered from watching The Wizard of Oz, The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe, Lord of The Rings animated films, The Dark Crystal, and many others.
She loved to read and would read anything she could find.
Those passions expanded over the years. She has written articles for Vocal and Brain and Life magazine. A short story for the anthology "The Many Lives of Bindi"and now the first book in the extensive Psychology of...series.
S. L. Yarbrough has a Masters degree in Applied Behavioral Science with an emphasis in Psychology and Criminal Justice.
PSYCHOLOGY OF.. HORROR VILLAINS, SURVIVORS, AND VICTIMS MOVIE EDITION VOL. II
READERS FAVORITE 5 STAR REVIEW
Explore the minds and motives of some of the iconic Horror Villains, their victims, and survivors. What differentiates a survivor from a victim?
"That which is imagined can never be lost.”