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Posted 06-25-2011 at 02:18 PM by AlexMcDermott Comments 0
I copied this from a website about one of my favorite books. Really strange shit.
You can add your stories here:
AS Promotions is a small PR company out of Eugene Oregon. We recently picked up a novel titled Verland: The Transformation. Weíve
been running the normal, routine promotional campaignÖ until recently.
It started with one fan and a story about a hawk. In her email, she told us about...
Posted 06-25-2011 at 02:16 PM by AlexMcDermott Comments 1
In the world of horror, there is a new subgenre that seems to thoroughly throw people for a loop. Dark fiction has become the new term for literary horror- books and movies that just donít fit into the splatter and gore mold but are too creepy for science-fiction or fantasy. What defines dark fiction? Why is one book fantasy and another this new, mysterious dark fiction? To this avid horror reader, itís dark fiction if it gives you the creeps. Eyes of The Bersai: The Relic by J.D Phillips is, for...
Posted 06-11-2011 at 11:01 AM by AlexMcDermott Comments 0
Hi! Just wanted to tell all the tech ghouls that the Kindle version of one of my favorite books is out!
Verland: The Transformation is $2.99 on Amazon!
Posted 05-29-2011 at 06:00 PM by AlexMcDermott Comments 0
I sat staring at the cover for Lisa McCourt Hollarís story Carnival much longer than I wanted. A clown glared back at me. Iím man enough to admit that Iím seriously afraid of clowns. Theyíve frightened me ever since I was a very little child. Now I was looking at a very sinister one. From page one until the end; Hollarís story never lets up on the tension and fear. Then there are those clowns. A picture-perfect town thinks it finds justice. Town officials think they restore peace, tranquility and...
Posted 05-29-2011 at 05:56 PM by AlexMcDermott Comments 1
Iíve been a fan of horror for as long as I can remember. I started on reruns of Buffy and moved into the blood, splatter and gore as I got older. But last October, after a terrible accident, my life changed radically; suddenly the blood and guts didnít have quite the same appeal. I had to relearn everything about my life, and I started going to dark, intense places that I had never been before. As I battled to get my life back, books filled the hours. Most of them came and went, but one reached...
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Posted 12-15-2011 at 11:27 PM by TermPapers
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