A lovely mini-review on their website! I have taken a screenshot as it's not a separate post but rather one in a list on a static page. For those with screen readers, I've copied and pasted the text. https://redcapepublishing.com/book-reviews/ I was blown away by this book, I just couldn’t put it down. There were so… Continue reading Red Cape Publishing’s Review: The Crows by C. M. Rosens
Meet the Locals: Carrie Rickard, Cursed Newcomer
Meet Carrie Rickard, main character in The Crows (coming January 2020). Her Pinterest Mood Board is here: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/cmrosens/pagham-on-sea-mood-board/carrie-rickard-cursed-newcomer/. This is part of a cut version of the first draft, set about a month before the novel begins. To go back further and see Carrie's first experience of Fairwood House (a.k.a. The Crows), see my post… Continue reading Meet the Locals: Carrie Rickard, Cursed Newcomer
#Gothic Tropes To Feed Your Soul: (1) THE CREEPY OLD HOUSE
This post is the first of a new series exploring a few #gothic tropes I love, starting with my absolute favourite: the creepy old house (which may or may not have a mind of its own)!
Folklore of Pagham-on-Sea: The Meteor (Part 1)
The following folklore is, like Pagham-on-Sea, entirely fictional. A Medieval Account of the Meteor Strike, c.1189 Chronica Maiora (Anonymous monk of Fairwood Abbey, a Benedictine foundation of 1165, dissolved 1532) trans. and ed. Harold Bishop, (Basingstoke University Press, 1973) In the days of the Romans, a hairy-tailed star fell from heaven and struck the ground… Continue reading Folklore of Pagham-on-Sea: The Meteor (Part 1)