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Paws: The Revenge.
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Evil is what we call the force we can discover when we send our minds as far as they can go: when the mind crumbles before something bigger, harder than itself, unknowable and hostile. –If You Coul...
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Russians have claimed that they can predict when UFOs will appear and that they can even willingly summon them. They claim that UFO activity is ...
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Iain Duncan Smith’s “overhaul” of the benefit system is surrounded by harmful distortions.
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When most people see a person in the depths of despair or on the brink of suicide, they see a vulnerable person in need of help and compassion. Although not if you're Iain Duncan Smith, it would seem.
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I'm a debut writer again.  This is very exciting, because for almost twenty years I've been trying to become an overnight success!  And now I have another chance. That's flippant, but there's also ...
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 My computer knows how I feel. #deepdream #dreamdeeply 
Do computers dream? Of course they do. Have you ever wondered how that might look like? Thanks to Google Deep Dream that just went open source we can all have some fun with our own photos and check exactly that, have fun! #deepdream #dreamdeeply
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Welcome To The Darkness.
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Anthony Cowin writes dark and twisted tales that have been published in many print anthologies and online. He's currently working on a themed anthology of short stories and a urban fantasy novel. 
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Needful Things, reviewed by Sharon Ring
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We bump up against each other every now and then, but mostly things go along all right. Or always have, until now. But I have to tell you a

The Colorado Kid, reviewed by Jim Mcleod
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In the words of many a great politician “I have a confession to make” - I am not a fan of Stephen King’s writing. I’ll never deny his place,

My Fall Guy summer...
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A year ago today, I went into hospital having suffered a heart attack. It was a shocking experience, a real slap in the face from my mortali

Different Seasons, reviewed by Dave Jeffery
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When I agreed to contribute to ‘King for a Year’ the first book that came to mind was, of course, The Stand. After all, the book has all the

Skeleton Crew, reviewed by Phil Sloman
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Skeleton Crew was first released in the UK in 1985. It would be another eight years before I read it for the first time. Life has a funny wa

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Revival, reviewed by David T. Wilbanks
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REVIVAL is a 2014 novel by Stephen King, the popular master of horror fiction. The story is told through the eyes of the quite ordinary Jami

Dreamcatcher, reviewed by Kim Talbot Hoelzli
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One of the nicest things about having children is watching them grow and spotting the touches of my own personality in them. Okay—I admit th

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Finders, Keepers, reviewed by Bev Vincent
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It may come as a surprise to you to learn that my favorite genre is crime fiction. Because of how much I’ve written about Stephen King, peop

Carrie, reviewed by Lynda E. Rucker
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I’m not sure how old I was when I first read "Carrie", but I know it was one of the earlier King books I did read, so let’s say a young teen

Christine, reviewed by Adele Wearing
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(contains mild spoilers) People talk about King with a certain reverence for his role in horror and his impressive and still growing catalog

Four Past Midnight, reviewed by John Llewellyn Probert
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Time passes, doesn’t it, constant readers? Oh my goodness yes it does. Take this book I’m looking at now. "Four Past Midnight" it’s called.

Under The Dome, reviewed by Selina Lock
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I've not read a lot of Stephen King, but I am familiar with many of the TV and film adaptations of his work. When the books were being alloc

CATE GARDNER: Shadow Moths
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I'm delighted to announce that Caroline Callaghan of Frightful Horrors has excepted two of my short stories - Blood Moth Kiss and We make ou

On Writing, reviewed by Kit Power
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Here's the thing: I have a blogging gig over at the frankly rather wonderful Gingernuts of Horror website. A big part of how I landed that g

The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, reviewed by Alison Littlewood
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For a long time this has been my favourite Stephen King novel, without really knowing why (it certainly isn’t, as someone once joked, becaus