Blog

Ghosts of Christmas Past: The Stories of M. R. James

by Paul Anders (@Senobyte) There is something about winter that makes people think of ghost stories. Maybe it’s something primal in us, the longer nights and the colder weather urging us to gather round the fire. Compelling us to tell stories about the dreaded things beyond the protective fortress of hearth and home.Regardless of the… Continue reading Ghosts of Christmas Past: The Stories of M. R. James

Reviews

A Choir of Ill Children by Tom Piccirilli

by Lindsey Ragsdale (@Leviathan15) Horror novels set in small, isolated towns are a dime a dozen. The idea of characters harboring their own dark secrets, while simultaneously wanting to know every bit of their neighbor’s business, is a familiar and successful trope in fiction. Perhaps this is because many readers are all-too-familiar with this setting,… Continue reading A Choir of Ill Children by Tom Piccirilli