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Minnie Quay – The Ghost of Forester, Michigan

 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 […]

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Catherine Cavendish: My Gothic Influences

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 […]

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Your Furniture May Be Haunted!

  So comes the warning from writer of spooky stories, Catherine Cavendish. Her latest novella, The Second Wife,  is out today – so I asked her to come over and tell us about it. It’s not Cat’s second coming, she’s been a regular here as she’s been pretty successful in getting published over the last […]

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Review: Miss Abigail’s Room

  Title: Miss Abigail’s Room Author: Catherine Cavendish Published by: Etopia Press   Blurb It wasn’t so much the blood on the floor that Becky minded. It was the way it kept coming back… As the lowest ranking parlor maid at Stonefleet Hall, Becky gets all the dirtiest jobs. But the one she hates the […]

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When The Butler’s Word Was Law

Today I’m stepping back and leaving you in the capable hands of my fellow author, Catherine Cavendish. Take it away, Cat… My latest Paranormal Horror novella, Miss Abigail’s Room is set in 1896 in a large, grand (well it used to be anyway) country house in rural Wiltshire and much of the story concerns the […]

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