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2010-05-05 16:20
I am currently reading Diana Rowland's first novel Mark of the Demon. It came out last year in 2009. I can highly recommend it. Good story and strong characterization. She writes very, very… Read More
2010-05-05 16:13
I finished Kelley Armstrong's Living with the Dead (2008) a couple of days ago. It is the best story of the 3 I have read (the other two being Bitten and Men of the Otherworld). Living with… Read More
2010-04-23 17:19
I'm currently reading Christine Feehan's Dark Symphony (Jove Books 2003). It has some of the poorest narrative prose I've read in a long time: "The fog was the perfect cover for the predator… Read More
2010-04-22 16:25
I was just rereading an article on the book In Conversation: A Writer's Perspective, Vol. 1, Horror published in 2009 by the British Fantasy Society and how it focused solely on male writers… Read More
2010-04-19 13:24
I finished reading Kelley Armstrong's first novel Bitten yesterday. It's also the first novel in the Women of the Otherworld series. I enjoyed it more than I thought I would - sometimes para… Read More
2010-04-16 16:07
In his book on the history of Gothic fiction from 1762-1820, The Gothic Flame (1966), Devendra Varma phrases the difference between terror and horror this way, "The difference between Terror… Read More
2010-04-13 14:05
Sometimes it is the obvious ones that are missed:Angela Carter's collection of superb stories in The Bloody Chamber and Other Stories Lost Souls or Exquisite Corpse by Poppy Z. Brite Dead in… Read More
2010-04-13 12:29
This is a note to self to check out Susie Moloney's 361 Belisle St. and Kelley Armstrong's The Reckoning. Both are Canadians - another underrepresented group of authors on international lis… Read More

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