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Book Review: The Memory by Lucy Dawson

The Memory by Lucy Dawson tells a story of how the past damages the present, secrets and lies, all with a touch of the supernatural. I was caught up in this thriller and finished it within days. Eve and her … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hark the Herald Angels Scream (Edited: Christopher Golden)

I thought Hark the Herald Angels Scream was an apt review considering the fast approaching festive season. Edited by Christopher Golden, this collection of horrific festive tales (18 in fact) makes a welcome detour from the usual traditional Victorian ghost … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Sorrows by Jonathan Janz (2011)

Blood, gore and sex pretty much sum this brutal horror tale, The Sorrows by Jonathan Janz. Ben and Eddie are composers and currently are working on a score for a new horror movie except Ben has writers block. Eddie rents … Continue reading

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Birthday and whatnot…..

It’s been a quiet week because it’s been my birthday as well as reflexology week. I’m studying at level 5 reflexology so it means I spend a full weekend in Lincoln every month (about an hour drive from where I … Continue reading

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Book Review: Little Darlings by Melanie Golding

I read Little Darlings in one sitting. I just couldn’t put it down. I love dark fairy tales, brought up on a diet of Grimm and W.B Yeats, later moving onto Graham Joyce and┬áJuliet Marillier. The chilling ideas of changelings, … Continue reading

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This week 30/11/2018….

  Well Halloween and Samhain are over again for another year. We had a small tea party for the children to celebrate and I completed my rituals earlier in the day. I gave myself my first tarot reading in a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sugar Spells by Lola Dodge

Sugar Spells is the second in this young adult series featuring Anise Wise, a young witch, who bakes her magic. Anise previously moved to live with her aunt, to help her learn how to control her magic and fulfill her … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Forgotten Child by Melissa Erin Jackson

The Forgotten Child is a creepy offering as a debut novel by Melissa Erin Jackson. Thank you to NetGalley and Ringtail Press for this eArc in exchange for an honest review. It was well written story with an essentially a … Continue reading

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Weekly stuff

It’s been an interesting week. An anxious week and a busy week. I was diagnosed on Monday with Asperger’s Syndrome. It wasn’t a great surprise but I’m trying to come to terms with it and what it means for me. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Haunted: The Horror of Haverfordwest by G.L Davies

Haunted: The Horror of Haverfordwest by G. L Davies (Release date: 30th of November, 2018). Blurb: Blissful beginnings for a young couple turn into a nightmare after purchasing their dream home in Wales in 1989. Their love and their resolve … Continue reading

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