About Me

From a young age, Rami Ungar has known that he’s wanted to write, and from his teens he’s known that he’s wanted to write scary stories. A mild-mannered office worker by day, Rami looks for ways to get into your nightmares by night. He’s published three novels, the sci-fi epics Reborn City and Video Rage, and the terrifying thriller Snake, as well as a collection of short stories, The Quiet Game: Five Tales To Chill Your Bones. In addition, he’s written and published many short stories, and is constantly working on something new.

In addition to blogging and writing and publishing horror fiction, Rami is also a writer and administrator for the blog Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors, where he gives advice to authors on writing and publishing. His hobbies and bucket list includes collecting lots of weird and nerdy stuff, meeting his idols Stephen King and Anne Rice, visiting haunted locations writing for Doctor Who, and going ghost-hunting with the Ghost Adventures Crew.

But before he can get to any of that, he’s going to scare you shitless. Wish him luck!

Where else can you find Rami? Connect with him through these sites:

Email: ramiungar@ramiungarthewriter.com



Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors


  1. amaya ellman says:

    Hi, I saw a response you made to an article I was reading. It questioned the concept of flaws in characters. Let’s just say, it’s cool to meet someone in wordworld who seems a bit more like me.
    Happy (or unhappy, if that’s what it takes) writing . . .

  2. fivereflections says:

    hello from Maine

  3. Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog today and offering to participate in our Race 2012 blogging project. Please send me your email address so I can send you some info. Mine is: monicastangledweb@gmail.com

  4. Thank you for stopping by my space I am very gratfeul for your interest and your saying ….:)

    I like your blog I will be keep coming back for interesting posts as you do 🙂


  5. Sean Lynch says:

    I just wanted to say thank you for all the input you’ve made at my site, keep up the good work friend.

  6. I heard about your novel “snake”. Judging by the preview on your blog and your influences, I know it is going to be great. I would love a signed copy when you are finished. Please make it out to “Connor and his dear father Harlan Diamond.” For future reference, I do make book reading appearances for a flat rate of one box of dog treats an hour. My agent can provide you with more information. For the use of me as a character, I only ask that I play myself in the movie. I have a minor in theater and I do great impressions of Labradors, Poodles and even Mastiffs. My agent would be more than happy to send you a head shot and a DVD of a couple of my monologues. Keep doing what you love and happy writing . . .


    • Connor, at first I couldn’t tell if I was getting pranked or if I’d gotten the most ingenious piece of spam ever made. I’m glad to see it was neither, and I’m glad you and your father are excited for “Snake”. I hope to have it finished as soon as I can, and if I can I’ll definitely sign a copy for you and your dad.
      As for a movie…well, I’m not so sure. Let’s get the book out first and then we’ll see what comes my way.

  7. Emma McCoy says:

    I nominated you for an award! Check out my blog for the details.

  8. Hi Rami. Thans for stopping by thefirstgates. I know what you mean about scary dolls! You are probably familiar with their, but if not, look in Google images at the photographs of Frederick Sommer and Ralph Eugene Meatyard.

  9. As you may have guessed already, I really like your blog! I therefore nominated you for a Liebster Award:

    Please, don’t feel obliged in any way to accept it, seen as it is coupled with a bit of work, but know that I like your work.

  10. Mou Mya says:

    Hello Rami, I enjoyed reading your blog and wish to be a regular reader of blog. Keep Writing!!!

  11. Sean Lynch says:

    Rami Ungar is a student in Ohio who is the man.

  12. valzart says:

    Hi Rami always a pleasure meeting new creative peeps! :~} Valz ♥

  13. Kate Loveton says:

    I think I’m going to like it here… a writer who wants to scare me! Like that!

  14. I nominated you for a Liebster again. You really don’t have to answer everything if you don’t have time, but it seems I am not reading enough blogs to diversify my nominations haha

  15. thatssojacob says:

    Hey there! I randomly happened across your blog in between my readings for Irish class. I’m also a student, at the University of Wisconsin. I like your writing – hope you can hop over to mine and tell me what you think of mine at http://www.thatssojacob.wordpress.com….thanks!

  16. Hi Rami, I just tagged you in a WordPress tag for writers. Hop over to my blog for details 🙂

  17. Love it! I will definitely be looking forward to your writing. 🙂 I believe in ghosts. 🙂

  18. No, I have not. I would probably freak if I did. 🙂

  19. Osharlequin says:

    Hello there!

    I always feel a little bit embarrassed about doing this but I’m nominating you for the Sunshine Award. I hope you don’t mind. Go to http://worldofharley.wordpress.com/2014/05/06/a-sunny-award/ for information about it!


    The Oldschool Harlequin

  20. vinnieh says:

    Nice blog you’ve got here.

  21. I enjoyed coming to your blog and spending some good time. I can see you are up and running and I want to warmly congratulate you. I also like to encourage you to keep shining for that will brighten the path for many.

  22. Aquileana says:

    Hi there… I nominated you for a Dragons Loyalty Award.

    You can check it out here, if you are interested:


    All my best wishes! Aquileana 😀

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