amwriting, Pagham-verse, weird fiction

#EldritchGirls Character Art & Goremance Musings

We did a reveal on Twitter and Insta a while ago, but failed to introduce our murder-babes here, so I'm rectifying this. Nita Pan and I commissioned Jenn St-Onge to create a coloured bust of our villainous murder babes, Tosh Haraldson and Sasha Shaw. If you want to sign up to beta this project when… Continue reading #EldritchGirls Character Art & Goremance Musings

amwriting, Gothic Fiction, Pagham-verse, The Crows, weird fiction, werewolves, world building

Summer Holidays in Pagham-on-Sea

Look what arrived! I’m pointing at roughly where Pagham-on-Sea is in the second pic.FUN FACT: There is a real Pagham (!) near Chichester (West Sussex) which I completely didn’t realise when I came up with the name. I already had a plausible etymology for mine too...! O.o pic.twitter.com/Cwn7VBeGU8— Overheard in Pagham-on-Sea (@OverheardPos) August 14, 2019C.… Continue reading Summer Holidays in Pagham-on-Sea

The Crows, weird fiction, world building

Fan Art!

I've had some awesome fan art from 'trie, a concept artist who discovered The Crows via the Romancing the Gothic book club. I've shared it on my Twitter and Insta but sharing here as well with the original illustration by Tom Brown, the artist who illustrated the eBook and paperback versions of the novel. Ricky… Continue reading Fan Art!

Book Review, Gothic Fiction, weird fiction

#AmReading: Widdershins by Jordan L. Hawk

Widdershins by Jordan L. Hawk My rating: 5 of 5 stars I have been looking for some fun Lovecraftian fic for a while, and this hit all the buttons for me. I loved the Gothic elements of the setting and the characters, the reimagining of and/or nods to one of the better Frank Belknap Long… Continue reading #AmReading: Widdershins by Jordan L. Hawk

Book Review, weird fiction

#AmReading: From The Dust Returned by Ray Bradbury

From the Dust Returned by Ray Bradbury My rating: 4 of 5 stars Weird and WonderfulI really enjoyed these stories of the House and its Family: the influence on /of Charles Addams is readily apparent, which I loved, and I really enjoyed the ambiguity and open-ended nebulous feel of the stories. I like how the… Continue reading #AmReading: From The Dust Returned by Ray Bradbury