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The three digital fiction books which I self-published on Amazon are on a free promotion  from 24 to 28 March 2017. (Approx. times).

Copying A Master- a novella channelled from chaos muse Ino… 240 more words

Chaos Magic

The Witches, 1966, Pan (Peter Curtis)

We all love a film tie-in in the world of tawdry horror paperbacks, don’t we? Whether it’s a novelisation of the film or a re-issue of a novel with the artwork (and often the new name of) the film adaptation. 1,810 more words


The Sorcery Club ~ Elliott O'Donnell (The Dennis Wheatley Library of the Occult ~ Volume 6 (Sphere, 1974))

Next up in The Dennis Wheatley Library of The Occult is volume six, The Sorcery Club by Elliott O’Donnell.

I’m sure that many of us have one or two O’Donnell books kicking about on our shelves, he was relatively prolific and his books were immensely popular in their day. 1,498 more words

Dennis Wheatley

Evil Guardian Angel

This one was channelled from Ino

I don’t know what to do with my English public schoolgirl friend. She never actually wore a tie at school, but I’ve decided that the Old School Tie is something that strangles those who try to survive without being streetwise. 298 more words

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Carnacki the Ghost-Finder ~ William Hope Hodgson (The Dennis Wheatley Library of the Occult ~ Volume 5 (Sphere, 1974))

And so we’re onto number five of the Dennis Wheatley Library of The Occult series, William Hope Hodgson’s Carnacki the Ghost-Finder.

If anyone had asked me, not that anyone ever has, if I liked the Carnacki tales I would most definitely have replied in the affirmative. 1,399 more words

Dennis Wheatley

An overview of Cthulhu and H.P. Lovecraft

The works of Howard Phillips Lovecraft have had a large impact on the work of many horror writers and game enthusiasts for a long time. The number of stories he has written, whether with entire books or short novellas, has given rise to the Cthulhu Mythos; a universe where madness underlies every intricate surface, and although there are entities that could be considered gods, they are horrors so unimaginable that even to look at them would break the spirit of the best of men and reduce them to a state of irreversible insanity. 1,376 more words


Book review: The Devil's Banshee, by Donna Hosie

Hosie, Donna. The Devil’s Banshee. (The Devil’s series, #3) Holiday House, 2016. 288 pgs. Ages 13 and up. ISBN 978-0823436507. P8 Q8.

In the third book of this popular series, team DEVIL finds themselves on a search for The Devil’s wife, who left him “to go find herself.” If the team cannot locate her, they face  losing Elinor, whom Alfarin has loved for centuries during their time in Hell. 129 more words

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