advent ghosts, short story

Advent Ghosts 2021

In the spirit of the Victorian tradition of telling spooky Christmas stories, Loren Eaton’s Advent Ghosts challenges participants to write a Christmas themed scary drabble (a story of 100 words). Click here to check out Loren’s site, where he has links to all the participants stories. Now, without further ado, my story… The Ghosts of… Continue reading Advent Ghosts 2021

book launch, fantasy, Uncategorized

The Forefather of British Fantasy: The Genius of Edmund Spenser by Joseph Sale

It is no secret that Joseph Sale is one of my favorite authors. I am currently working my way through everything he has ever written, and I am loving every word. I was excited to offer him a blog takeover for the release of his latest book, Virtue's End, and even more so when he… Continue reading The Forefather of British Fantasy: The Genius of Edmund Spenser by Joseph Sale

book review, thriller

The Ghostly Groom by Helen Whistberry

Ace reporter, Jim Malhaven, is finally marrying his beloved Victoria, but the path of true love never did run smooth. He’s arrested right on the altar for the murder of Victoria’s first husband, which is strange as he’s been dead for over seven years! Is Jim going to be tried for the murder of a… Continue reading The Ghostly Groom by Helen Whistberry

book review, horror

The Waiting by Hunter Shea

Cassandra falls sick on her wedding day, but new husband Brian and her mother, Alice, rally together to look after her and nurse her back to health. Unfortunately, a dark presence in their new house has other ideas. The passages referring to illness and caring for a loved one are realistic, moving and emotional. Shea… Continue reading The Waiting by Hunter Shea