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Rosie's Book review Team #RBRT Alison reviews The Girl In Blue by Barbara J Hancock

Today’s book review is from Alison, she blogs at http://alisonwilliamswriting.wordpress.com/

Alison chose to read and review the Harlequin boxset, today’s book is The Girl In Blue by Barbara J Hancock… 197 more words

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The Ghosts of Ravencrest: Christmas Spirits

“The Ghosts of Ravencrest: Christmas Spirits is riveting. The characters are wonderful, the subplots are perfect, and the setting is stunning and well-researched. This series is like a roller coaster that goes up and up – the Mannings are literary gold.” 40 more words

Horror

The Ghosts of Ravencrest: Christmas Spirits

“The Ghosts of Ravencrest: Christmas Spirits is riveting. The characters are wonderful, the subplots are perfect, and the setting is stunning and well-researched. This series is like a roller coaster that goes up and up – the Mannings are literary gold.” 40 more words

Horror

Uldis Kalvan's Gothic Romance

Spotted at the “Art – Gothic Horror” board on “Dawn Of The Dead’s” Pinterest: Uldis Kalvan’s gorgeous modern Gothic Romance illustration work, ‘women running from dark houses’, as it’s often called, most of them complete with one illuminated window, which seems to be more or less a rule with Gothic Romance cover art, right?

Artists, Illustrators & Photo Arts

October (a short story)

October

The old man sat stolidly surveying the wind-blown yard. He silently remembered every October which had come and gone in these past thirty years since he had turned his back on his one true love. 2,017 more words

Literature

Juliette Kings reblogged this on Vampire Maman and commented:

A haunting, beautiful and chilling story. I stumbled upon it when looking for something else... but I'm glad I found it and wanted to share.

REVIEW: A Sicilian Romance by Ann Radcliffe

3/5 stars (***)

I’m glad that my rating matches up with the average rating for this novel- I was a little disappointed.

I’ve read Vathek, The Castle of Ontranto, Melmoth the Wanderer; I enjoyed Northanger Abbey belittling the genre, as well as Jane Eyre and Frankenstein taking much from the Gothic Genre, so exploring the Gothic in late 18th and early 19th c has been a major part of my reading recently. 186 more words

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