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Another Horrified reader! ...[Helen's Daimones] has a disgustingly brilliant world, full of strange magics, and sorcery. I loved how detailed and grotesque this world is...
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The Mistress of Mistresses (Janeen Webb) delivers 18 mature tales across many genre. My favorites were the Lovecraftian, contemporary mystery of “Lady of the Swamp,” the sci-fi thriller-romance “Niagara Falling” which blurred reality and fantasy like a Phillip Dick story, the weird fiction "Fire-Eater's Tale" that is emotionally charged with revenge-fear-and-performance anxiety, and the weirdly-inspiring-yet-sad “Blake’s Angel” which appealed to the artist in me (for the record, I would never cage an Angel). +Janeen Webb
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Breaking down cover design for Helen's Daimones, the weird-horror-fantasy novella that occurs chronically between Lords & Spawn of Dyscrasia.

No.2: This one shows off the inspirational drawings from Daniel Landerman that inspired Helen's look.
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Breaking down cover design for Helen's Daimones, the weird-horror-fantasy novella that occurs chronically between Lords & Spawn of Dyscrasia. Number #1 covers the concept design. Part 2 and 3 cover connecting with Daniel Landerman and the artistic process.
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A few weeks ago, Daryl purchased Helen's Daimones. Below he shows off the book with his Communications Director (image from Facebook). Thanks to the Everdings for supporting weird fiction!
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"Just as HP Lovecraft created his own special brand of horror, Lindberg has conjured up a nightmare landscape that is truly unique. But Lindberg has gone far beyond the almost total narrative of a Lovecraft tale, because he populates his world with characters — with people who interact with each other, share moments of humor and drama and terror. Lindberg tells his story through the eyes and voices of his characters." Joe Bonadonna​ 2017 +Joe Bonadonna
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Since Sword & Sorcery was largely born through the short-story format, collections are an appropriate way to learn the genre and discover authors. The Sword & Sorcery group is proud to host another two month event this Jan-Feb 2018. Any anthology will do!
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Author Charles Gramlich weighs in on Helen's Daimones: "The “Dyscrasia” novels are hallucinogenic, dream-like, full of wraiths and apparitions. Ideas and images pile one on top of another with an intensity that is far from common in fantasy literature. I admire the author’s ability to maintain that intensity throughout his works; his world-building never stumbles."
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Thanks Frank Rieman​ for being a devout Dyscrasia Fiction reader. Another Book-for-Beverage participant for the record!
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