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  1. Learn more by clicking through the Amazon links at the top of the page.
  2. I like to read horror mainly Gorey stuff don't mind suspence stuff thrillers too here's some authors I read .Richard laymon Shaun hutson john Saul Robert mccammon ramsy Campbell Stephen laws Graham masterton Dean koontz .not saying I've read all of there works but I am always looking to had to the list if you can recommend any as I'm trying to read more to complete my good reads challenge 2018
  3. Following is the most recent review published on the named blog (reprinted by permission). A Universe On the Edge RARITY FROM THE HOLLOW. Robert Eggleton. Doghorn Publishing. Published 2012. Lacy Dawn is a little girl who lives in a magical forest where all the trees love her and she has a space alien friend who adores her and wants to make her queen of the universe. What’s more, all the boys admire her for her beauty and brains. Mommy is very beautiful and Daddy is very smart, and Daddy’s boss loves them all. Except. Lacy Dawn, the eleven year old protagonist, perches precari
  4. Hi there, We have recently launched a new business with a new way of reading stories! It's called Letters Across Time, where you receive stories from characters through the mail in actual letters. There are free samples on the website, if you want to give it a try. We would love to hear what book lovers think of this idea!
  5. After enjoying a mini-group read of Dracula here on BGO I saw this Bram Stoker book described as ‘The Mother of all Mummy Stories’ and thought it worth trying. It turned out to be strange and rather hard going. An Egyptologist raids the tomb of an ancient Egyptian Queen, Tera, who may have reigned as a man and a woman and possibly practised black magic. He brings most of the contents including the Mummy, a mummified cat and a fabulous jewel back to England and has them arrayed around his bedroom. He leaves a list of instructions to be carried out, in the event of anything happening to hi
  6. Forgotten Tomb Press is proud to announce its first anthology release. One hundred stories have been assembled here from some of the world’s finest storytellers of the macabre, including: Michael Bailey - finalist for the Independent Publisher Awards and listed for the National Best Book Awards for horror fiction. Was a finalist for the International Book Awards, and received the Kirkus Star, awarded to books of remarkable merit. Won the International Book Award for short fiction, as well as the USA Book News "Best Books" Award. He also recently edited Chiral Mad, a multi-award nominated anth
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