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Two little tales of terror

I remember, as a child, visiting a farm surrounded by very tall trees that seemed to sweep up into the sky and blend into the darkening clouds. 558 more words

Book Review

The Mist in the Mirror - book review

Although originally published in 1992, I only got around to Susan Hill’s The Mist in the Mirror recently. I really like Susan Hill – she has impeccable prose and attention to period detail, tightly controls pace, and her masterpiece… 266 more words


bookbybook 09: Susan Hill

Writers are often expected to be consistent, producing the same sort of book year in, year out. But life – and art – doesn’t work out that way. 645 more words

Redfox 3 Presents THE WOMAN IN BLACK

Plenty to both love and dread in classic ghost tale

By Myron My

I will admit there was some trepidation as I sat down to see… 520 more words

Whats On

More Ghostly Tales: Susan Hill, Joanna Briscoe and Caroline Mitchell

After handing in the manuscript for book three, I treated myself to a few ghostly tales to read late at night. They were a diverse bunch of books with shows how alive the genre still is. 309 more words


No, YOU'RE too early to pick Halloween reads!

It’s getting close.

Oh so close.

IT’S ALMOST FALL! Which brings lots of stuff around here: MAH BIRTHDAY, Hallowversary (when you get married on Halloween because you’re amazing!), baby birthday, cool weather, beautiful leaves, and a still and quiet darkness. 303 more words

Book Loves

Theatre Review: "The Woman in Black"

Imaginable Horror:

“The Woman in Black,” Fortune Theatre, July 19

In a horror movie, surprises usually involve serial killers and an axe. Since it shares the genre of horror, theatregoers may expect “The Woman in Black”—a play based on Susan Hill’s eerie novel by the same name—to provide a similar experience. 1,128 more words

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