Jeff Noon’s second instalment in the Nyquist Mysteries delivers more surreal, noir adventures. In a city of stories is anything ever quite as it seems?
As February comes to an end, in honour of Women of Horror month, here’s the second instalment of my list of fierce and ferocious female horror authors. Read them at your peril.
Celebrating Women in Horror month, this is part two of my favourite female horror characters from the world of film and tv.
The most sickening day of the year has arrived, have yourselves a lovely day honey bunnies. But don’t hold up any diners.
It’s still February and it’s still Women in Horror month, so here’s some fierce, female horror authors to brush off any excessive February romance. Part one.
February is Women in Horror month. It’s a damn fine excuse to talk about some of my favourite female fictional characters from the horrors of the big screen and the little screen. And this is only part one.
Bottled is a modern-day gothic horror, a haunted house novella where the house is as much a character as the people creeping about inside.
Sometimes January is a tough month. Congratulations on doing your thing, whatever that is, and making it to February.
On claiming an area for writing. Including aliens, harmonicas and some old school psychologists.