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amwriting, genre, Pagham-verse, The Crows, world building

So You’re Moving To Pagham-on-Sea: Doing the Groundwork

I'm taking a short break from my Goth posts to blog about my own work, and read a few more modern Gothic fic stories that I can review in the Goth is [not] dead series. So, without further ado, here's a few fun things about Pagham-on-Sea where my contemporary novels are set! N. B.: Pagham… Continue reading So You’re Moving To Pagham-on-Sea: Doing the Groundwork

amwriting, Pagham-verse, Uncategorized, world building

Pagham-on-Sea: One Big, Sexy Infographic

Check out these other posts if you're thinking of moving to Pagham-on-Sea: So You’re Moving To Pagham-on-Sea: Doing the Groundwork So You’ve Moved To Pagham-on-Sea: Getting Medical Help The Doctor Will See You Now Pagham-on-Sea: Historical Sites Pagham-on-Sea: Cryptids & the Unexplained Pagham-on-Sea: Famous Women Pagham-on-Sea: Undead Fashion Pagham-on-Sea: Werewolf Fashion Pagham-on-Sea: New Estate Fashion… Continue reading Pagham-on-Sea: One Big, Sexy Infographic

amwriting, Pagham-verse, The Crows

A Prelude: Love Song for The Crows

Illustration of Fairwood House, a.k.a. The Crows, by Thomas Brown: for original art and more see MothFestival on Etsy Audio: instrumental soundtrack sample 'Bell', free download from Filmstro The Crows Wakes She saw it before it saw her. She was another passer-by, a passenger in a Ford Mondeo. Just broken enough to hear it calling,… Continue reading A Prelude: Love Song for The Crows

amwriting, The Crows

The Crows: Teaser

Extract from Chapter 3 of The Crows, introducing RICKY PORTER and his lovely childhood toy, GERALD. CW: mild gore, horror, strong language, Gothic vibes FEATURED IMAGE: A detail from Thomas Brown's original illustration for The Crows 18 April   It had been a bloody awful day. His farsight was on the wane, as it usually was… Continue reading The Crows: Teaser

amwriting, genre

Goth is [not] Dead: What is Gothic Weird Fiction?

One sub-species that got left out of my GOTH IS [NOT] DEAD series is my own favourite mash-up genre, Gothic Weird. You can find my (not comprehensive) list of Gothic sub-genres here. Weird Fiction was, as far as Lovecraft was concerned, pioneered by Edgar Allan Poe, and is a term that is used to describe… Continue reading Goth is [not] Dead: What is Gothic Weird Fiction?

amwriting, genre, Pagham-verse, Uncategorized, world building

Pagham-on-Sea: Undead Fashion

Guest Post: Clementine Wells Miss Clementine Wells was alive [or, as she prefers, a member of the Ante-dead community] for twenty-two years and has been dead since 1793. She prefers the term 'Revenant'.1 This is a type of undead which does not require the blood of the living, but is known for its violent rages.… Continue reading Pagham-on-Sea: Undead Fashion