Monthly Archives: July 2013

Filler content with black angles

Dark corners = black angles… No? Suit yourselves. This review was posted to the old TTA Press website on 27 June 2007:- DARK CORNERS by STEVE VOLK Gray Friar Press paperback, £8.50 This collection consists of sixteen stories from an … Continue reading

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Filler content with historical vampires

This review was posted to the old TTA Press website on 26 June 2007:- STATES OF GRACE by CHELSEA QUINN YARBRO Tor hardback, 332pp, $25.95 Chelsea Quinn Yarbro is a woman writer with a penchant for bloodsuckers in the traditional … Continue reading

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Song for a Sunday – Sleeping Satellite

I’d forgotten all about this song until the other day when I stepped into an art gallery in Norwich and it was playing on the stereo system. The Pride Without Prejudice show was pretty good too, and still on for … Continue reading

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Filler content with vampire hunter

This was posted to the old TTA Press website on 2 August 2007:- THE JOURNAL OF PROFESSOR ABRAHAM VAN HELSING by ALLEN C. KUPFER Forge paperback, 204pp, $9.95 With The Journal of Professor Abraham Van Helsing, a book being deliberately … Continue reading

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Filler content with bloodstone

This review was posted to the old TTA Press website on 3 August 2007:- THE BLOODSTONE PAPERS by GLEN DUNCAN Simon & Schuster paperback, 405pp, £12.99 There are two main strands to this novel, each intercut with and informing the … Continue reading

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In Fear

The multiplex is telling me about this film, which is coming soon, soon being end of August(ish). Intriguingly impressionistic trailer.

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Pete’s Favourite Horror Stories of 2013 – Part Two

Back on the 9th of May I listed my favourite horror stories ‘so far’ of 2013, and three months on it’s time to update that list. The situation remains as in the previous post – while I’ve read a lot … Continue reading

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