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Darkness Never Dies…

Ravencrest Manor has always been part of the family. The ancestral home of the Mannings, Ravencrest’s walls have been witness to generations of unimaginable scandal, horror, and depravity. 288 more words


NaNoWriMo Pledge & Tips!

NaNoWriMo is only three days away. Well, it’s really two and a little more, but anyone participating this year knows that. In between last minuet freaking out about how my YA Lesbian Gothic Romance is so the wrong plot for this November, when I really love it and it’s the perfect plot. 453 more words

Gothic Romance

False Starts, Lost Dreams, Finding Love and an Ancient Tabby

As a child Bronagh would get up each morning and go to school. There she’d figure out ways to escape through day dreams and long lone walks around the school ball field. 1,490 more words


Lunar Book Club: Jane Eyre

So here we are, the next installment of the book club, very late I know. Unfortunately the vast majority of these books I’ve read before so I have to go through and reread on top of my outside life, plus the Assassin’s Creed series I’m reading…Oliver Bowen really knows how to hook me, I can’t stand to put the flipping things down. 2,554 more words

Book Reviews

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë

This 1847 classic novel both delights and confounds a modern reader.

Told mostly in first person past (with brief lapses into first person present) by the heroine, Jane Eyre, the book was originally subtitled… 1,010 more words

Book Reviews

Dark Fantasy Hub @ Inworldz Progress Report

Agatha and Morvran at the Stone Circle

I was very pleased to finally figure out the scripting for my interactive aspect of the Witches/Druid area.  I spent hours trying to make things happen as I wanted them to.   66 more words

Virtual Worlds

Q&A Luccia Gray All Hallows at Eyre Hall @LucciaGray

All Hallows at Eyre Hall

Luccia Gray

“All Hallows is believable and well-written, true to the “voice” of Brontë, and well-researched. In fact, at times I thought Charlotte Brontë was writing this; that is how fabulous a writer Luccia Gray is.

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