July 1st sees publication of yet another spooky book by my good friend Catherine Cavendish. I asked her to come over and tell us a bit about her inspiration. Take it away, Cat! In my new novel, Saving Grace Devine, a young girl is drowned, but her spirit returns to haunt the lakeside where she […]Read More Minnie Quay – The Ghost of Forester, Michigan
Mary Shelley I have been reading horror for as long as I can remember. Can I recall the first time I read Mary Shelley’s most famous work, Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus? No. It seems to have been in my life forever. Mary Shelley wasn’t just a one book author. Following on from […]Read More Catherine Cavendish: My Gothic Influences
I know she doesn’t write horror, but when I heard the lovely Brinda Berry had a new book out I just had to ask her over. Brinda is a real star who always supports others so please, if you know any young adults, pass on the info will ya! Watcher of Worlds By Brinda […]Read More Brrrrrinda’s Back!
Following on from yesterday’s expose of that vampire slaying kit, what better way to keep the weekend flowing than with a visit from fellow author Ally Shields and her latest book Burning Both Ends? Ally: Thanks so much, Steve, for allowing me to indulge in a little BSP (Blatant Self-Promotion)! I have a new release […]Read More More Vamping with Ally Shields
Julia Kavan made my day recently when she told me that her short story Safe Harbour had been chosen to appear in Sanitarium horror magazine. It’s a while since Julia graced this blog so I asked her to come over for a bit of a grilling. Steve: Welcome, Julia. What do you think to the […]Read More Safe Harbour Finds a Port