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The Monster's Wife by Kate Horsley

Set on a tiny island in the Scottish Orkneys, Kate Horsley’s The Monster’s Wife is a brooding and atmospheric sequel to Frankenstein, told from the perspective of the future bride of Frankenstein. 209 more words

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The Last Late Night Caller

John punched a button on the call board.  The last call of a long and exhausting night.  The topic of the show was contacts from the beyond.  969 more words

Ten Cent Sammy's

Another book required for my Readings in the Genre: The Haunted for my Master of Fine Arts from Seton Hill University in Writing Popular Fiction is… 1,100 more words

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a Ghost In The House

Don’t you dare tap on that door,
Or crick the boards that make the floor,
Or move the knocker one more knick.
Or give that clicker on more click. 381 more words


House of Shadows. A Book Review

Being a writer means that sometimes you get to read novels before they are published, and last week, I was fortunate enough to be sent an ‘advanced reading copy’ of House of Shadows, by Misha M. 552 more words

Review: The Woman in Black, Susan Hill

What’s a reader to do when a ghost story is the embodiment of “The Ghost Story”? If it ticks off every requirement–old, isolated house; sullen villagers; gloomy weather–does that make it “the best” ghost story? 907 more words

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Losing The Ability To Be Lost

I saw his face—up close. There was tightness inside me—something cold tickled me. His eyes, full—maddened eyes—didn’t smile—a purpose his lips. In his hand he held a knife, but I felt no pain. 1,906 more words