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The Hyde Hotel

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Black Shuck Books 2016

CHECKING IN by James Everington
THE VIEW FROM THE BASEMENT by Alison Littlewood
NIGHT PORTERS by Iain Rowan
TICK BOX by Dan Howarth… 72 more words

Cate Gardner and The Hyde Hotel

Arthur Charles Manfred Edwards, resting against the hotel room door, handle poking into his back and fire emergency poster affixing itself to his bald patch, clutched the bomb to his… 625 more words

The 777 Writing Challenge

I received these instructions from Sharon Kae Reamer.

“Take a current WIP (I think it can also be published, I mean, it’s up to you) and go to the 7th page, and then go down 7 lines, and then post the next 7 lines. 160 more words

Black Static #48

Fiction by Jeffrey Thomas, Stephen Bacon, Steven J. Dines, Andrew Hook, Cate Gardner.

My previous reviews of the fiction in TTA Press publications HERE. 25 more words

Things I Read In July

The Bureau Of Them by Cate Gardner

The gorgeously hallucinogenic cover art is highly appropriate for this story – a vivid nightmare of a tale in which the world of the living and the world of the dead begin to bleed at the edges, merging into one but only for those who seek out the blurred lines. 494 more words

priyasharmafiction reblogged this on priya sharma fiction and commented:

I wholeheartedly agree with Laura's comments about Cate Gardner's work. She is a very modest lady with talent in spades. I've bought "The Bureau of Them" and can't wait to read it. Also- thanks for the kind words on "Fabulous Beasts".

Things I Read In July

The Bureau Of Them by Cate Gardner

The gorgeously hallucinogenic cover art is highly appropriate for this story – a vivid nightmare of a tale in which the world of the living and the world of the dead begin to bleed at the edges, merging into one but only for those who seek out the blurred lines. 494 more words

Announcing ... Frightful Horrors Showcase series of e-chapbooks

Oh no, I’ve failed in my promise to keep you updated regularly! But that’s because I’ve been so busy lately and, as a result of all this work, I now have more exciting news to report. 197 more words