WHO'S COMING DOWN YOUR CHIMNEY TONIGHT?
Charles Stross, "Overtime"
2018: CTHULHU FOR CHRISTMAS
Friday, July 15, 2022
Wednesday, July 13, 2022
Release July 12 2022 Without in any way detracting from how engrossing and horrifying this engrossing novel is, from the beginning I experienced such strong overtones of fiction by Grady Hendrix and Daryl Gregory, as well as true-crime Nonfiction and true-crime podcast transcripts. Simultaneously, reading the unfolding story, I felt like a Paris citizen standing on the Avenue watching the Juggernaut rolling with royal victims to the guillotine. The foreshadowing frisson in this novel is as heavy as the silence preceding a tornado lurking just over your shoulder. In addition to the weight of the foreshadowing, which should cause sensible individuals to run away before uncovering the inevitable tragedies, the novel carries its own compulsion: like witnessing a passenger train about to collide with a stalled fuel tanker, the reader simply cannot turn away! We are compelled to witness to the end, no matter how horrifying, nor unavoidable. We must watch and witness.
Saturday, April 2, 2022
Who doesn't adore Fairy tales and Folk Legends? Probably very few; and those who do can revel in this delightful (yes sometimes scary!) collection from 17 disparate authors around the globe. Get your fairy tale groove on! ONCE UPON A WINTER is first in a series Celebrating the Seasons.
Thursday, March 17, 2022
http://seasonsreading.blogspot.com/2022/03/spring-into-horror-readathon-time-to.html?m=1 TITLES READ: 1.* MY EVIL MOTHER, Margaret Atwood. Witchcraft/Psychology/Fantasy 2. I'VE NEVER MET MY GRANDPA, Shannon Zigmund, children's 3.* THE HAUNTING OF KINNAWE HOUSE, Steven Rigolosi. Horror/Contemporary and Historical (Generational) 4.* UNDER HER SKIN ANTHOLOGY.Feminist Poetry 5.*THE EXORCIST'S HOUSE, Nick Roberts. Contemporary Rural Horror 6.*THE DARK OFFERINGS, Marc Layton. WWII Horror. 7. *THE LOST SPEARHEAD, Marc Layton Contemporary Horror