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DARKNESS...

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DARKNESS…

Written by MARIA M. 10thD

The darkness covers all the house. Cool shudders  trickle down my spine. Glancing around nervously, I see somber portraits staring at me from behind layers of dust, seemingly penetrating my very soul and being. 219 more words

IMAGINATION

Horror Writing Prompts and Ideas

Monsters Used Rarely. Blaze your own trail with these creatures.

http://electricliterature.com/31-fairly-obscure-literary-monsters/

Botany Turned Magic. A neat world-building detail.

http://mentalfloss.com/article/60243/tree-flowers-40-different-fruits

1970s Spooky Anthology TV Series. Anything useful here? 12 more words

Speculative Fiction

Hunter Shea and the Hell Hole Tour

Hello all! My good friend and fellow Pen of the Damned mate Hunter Shea takes over my blog today!  So without further ado, take it away Hunter! 570 more words

Guest Bloggers & Interviews

Ravenloft Books: Vampire of the Mists by Christie Golden

BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR — THE DARK POWERS OF RAVENLOFT MIGHT HEAR YOU.

Jander Sunstar is a gold elf, a native of magical Evermeet in the Forgotten Realms.

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Fantastic

Monsters living and undead: A review of Darren Shan's "ZOM-B Mission"

ZOM-B Mission is the seventh instalment in this series about the teenage B Smith, a “Revitalised,” an undead-human hybrid that mixes human intelligence with heightened abilities that being a zombie can bring, such as super strength, speed, agility and extended life (these aren’t Romero’s geriatric shufflers!), battling with her fellow revitalised “Angels” to restore order and goodness after an apocalypse of the undead.  407 more words

Book Reviews

Knock, Knock

There was a knock at the door.

There was never a knock at the door.

Not for years. Some delivery companies offer a courtesy knock. So Thomas put a sign on the door: “Don’t Knock/ Use Doorbell”, with a big black arrow pointing to the button. 497 more words

Fiction

Scariest Horror Books for adults

Every morning on my way to work I pass a man who walks along with his head buried in a book. He is so engrossed that he almost bumps into passers-by. 317 more words

Fiction