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Ray Bradbury

…After all, each story is a Rorschach Test, isn’t it? And if people find beasties and bedbugs in my ink-splotches, I cannot prevent it, can I? 53 more words

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HorrorAddicts.net Press presents…Clockwork Wonderland

Clockwork Wonderland contains stories from authors that see Wonderland as a place of horror where anything can happen and time runs amok. In this book you’ll find tales of murderous clockworks, insane creations, serial killers, zombies, and a blood thirsty jabberclocky. 1,033 more words

Pulp Reports

Crying

The house was silent.

James’ wife Kate was in bed, no longer nagging him while his son slept quietly in his room. His cries had a way of penetrating deep into James’ head. 921 more words

Pen Of The Damned

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When Realities Don't Add Up

It’s been about a week now since I’ve returned home from Bermuda. My Player 2 and I travel a fair amount and have really set travel and seeing the world as one of our top priorities. 961 more words

Writing

There's A Farmhouse In Southeast Washington Called 'The Richards House' And Anyone Who Goes In There Supposedly Disappears

The Richards House was a staple of my childhood. A rotting Victorian perched atop a hill in the rolling hills of southeastern Washington; every citizen in my little hometown under the age of 12 knew the place was haunted, even though there wasn’t a shred of confirmed evidence suggesting so. 4,252 more words

Clockwork Wonderland Author Interview: James Pyne

Horroraddicts.net publishing has recently published our 5th anthology called Clockwork WonderlandThis is a book where anything can happen and time runs amok. In this book lies tales of serial killers, insane creations, a blood thirsty jabberclocky, and zombies. 912 more words

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I’ve posted this in a few other places, but here, take a gander at the cover art for “Shape Without Form, Shade Without Color”, coming at the end of this month from Tor.com: 85 more words