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Story review – The Voice in the Bush by Steven Deighan

This week I was introduced to the work of Steven Deighan, author of Things from the Past and Stages of Undress.

Karen is a full time artist living in Whitby (perfect location for a horror fan). Her own monsters have taken over to the point where they actually have their own closet space and so she takes refuge in books and films, some of which she’d like to share with you.

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Book review – Old Hollow by Ambrose Stolliker

Come Forth, O Dark Ones, and Avail Thee of Our Blood.”

Karen is a full time artist living in Whitby (perfect location for a horror fan). Her own monsters have taken over to the point where they actually have their own closet space and so she takes refuge in books and films, some of which she’d like to share with you.

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Book review – Kind Nepenthe by Matthew V. Brockmeyer

I had to share this week’s book find with you – from a very exciting new author comes a beautifully crafted tale of haunting horror set in the backwoods of California.

Karen is a full time artist living in Whitby (perfect location for a horror fan). Her own monsters have taken over to the point where they actually have their own closet space and so she takes refuge in books and films, some of which she’d like to share with you.

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Review – The Haunting of Bell Mansion by James Hunt

‘The sum of all her fears had accumulated into a single entity, and it was breathing down her neck.’

Karen is a full time artist living in Whitby (perfect location for a horror fan). Her own monsters have taken over to the point where they actually have their own closet space and so she takes refuge in books and films, some of which she’d like to share with you.

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Desolation : 21 Tales for Tails, an anthology of dark speculative fiction

I have a treat for you this week as I share with you Desolation : 21 Tales for Tails, from The Dragon’s Roost Press.  The stories rather interestingly focus on dogs and explore themes of loneliness, isolation and abandonment – all feelings that bringing a dog into your life dispels.

Karen is a full time artist living in Whitby (perfect location for a horror fan). Her own monsters have taken over to the point where they actually have their own closet space and so she takes refuge in books and films, some of which she’d like to share with you.

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