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I've been challenged by Shauna Bickley to join in the Lovely Blog Hop to talk about some of the things that have shaped my life and my writing. At the end, you'll find links to some blogs and write...
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Welcome back for another all new episode! This week, Nelson launches into a quick talk about his favorite wrestler intro and then brings it back to all things spooky! This we...
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This Is Horror​ Awards 2014: Winners.
It's that time again. We're announcing the winners of the This Is Horror Awards 2014. Firstly, a huge thank you to everyone who voted, it's your participation that makes the This Is Horror Awards s...
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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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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

Lisey's Story, reviewed by Dean M. Drinkel
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Le Petite Mort By Dean M Drinkel First published: October 24th 2006 (excerpts from the novel published in “McSweeney’s Enchanted Chamber Of

'Salem's Lot, reviewed by Matthew Craig
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…the Lot’s knowledge of the country’s torment was academic. Time went on a different schedule there. Nothing too nasty could happen in such

From A Buick 8, reviewed by Neil Williams
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How many of you remember when you read your first Stephen King? Me? I can give you the exact date. That would be the evening of the 12th of

Thinner, reviewed by Donna Bond
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I chose to review the novel "Thinner" for this project because I vaguely remembered the film starring Robert John Burke. It was a film that

IT, reviewed by James Everington
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My Dad, IT, And Me IT was the first Stephen King book I bought myself. My dad introduced me to Stephen King when I was in my mid-teens, hand

Women in Horror: LILY CHILDS
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Lily Childs is a writer of dark fiction, horror and chilling mysteries. *New! WITHIN WET WALLS, is a short, gothic ghost story which undulat

Nicholas Sparks | Cracked.com
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Nicholas Sparks stated that he has no contemporaries. No one else does what he does. He writes unpredictable love stories, not trashy run-of

Toes, by Mark West (free fiction)
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Kevin loved Angie’s feet, especially her toes. He loved the way that her instep curved, he loved to stroke and kiss her toes and he loved th

So what is King For A Year?
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In April 2014, as part of the #CarrieAt40 celebrations, Matthew Craig at readerdad asked me if I'd like to be involved by writing an essay a

Dr Sleep, reviewed by Wayne Parkin
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“What Is Tied May Never Be Untied” The deep familial roots of Doctor Sleep Prefatory Matters: This piece is not really a review but is actua

The Dark Tower (The Dark Tower vol. VII), reviewed by Jenny Barber
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There will be spoilers. You have been warned. It can be said that King’s Dark Tower series is the burning heart of his story-verse, connecte

Danse Macabre, reviewed by Kevin Bufton
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I knew I shouldn't have volunteered for this one. “Danse Macabre”, of all of Stephen King's impressive oeuvre, is the most difficult to crit

The Brittle Birds by Anthony Cowin - Bee Zee Books
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The Brittle Birds by Anthony Cowin The Brittle Birds by Anthony Cowin When he was young, Mathieu fell into the river and was attacked by the

TALES OF TERROR
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BLU-RAY REVIEW: TALES OF TERROR / CERT: 15 / DIRECTOR: ROGER CORMAN / SCREENPLAY: RICHARD MATHESON / STARRING: VINCENT PROCE, PETER LORRE, M

Night Shift, reviewed by Stephen Bacon
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NIGHT SHIFT by Stephen King – 30 Years of Fear Way back when I was in secondary school – this would have probably been around 1985 – I found

The Shining, reviewed by Anthony Cowin
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The Bad Thing In Room 217: Stephen King’s The Shining “Wendy is an extraordinary woman.” “And your son is also extraordinary?” That two line

The Spectral Book of Horror Stories edited by Mark Morris review – a chi...
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The first volume of this series is essential reading for anyone with an interest in the state of the horror genre, writes Keith Brooke

Review: The Brittle Birds, by Anthony Cowin
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Mathieu is haunted by a pivotal incident from his youth, in which his brother Dominic pushed him into a stream. While retrieving his catapul