“Been waiting for this book for ages. Marie Cope knows how to craft a scary story.”
“I’m not normally into vampire / horror. However, this is a good compelling story and I recommend it to anyone, especially lovers of vampire and horror. I believe this is the first book by the writer and look forward to the sequel. My congratulations to Marie Anne Cope’s debut.”
When I saw the cinema listings and read the write up, I can honestly say that this movie did not float my boat, but having listened to Rosamund Pike on Radio 2, I thought I’d give it a go – it was the playing cowboys and indians comment that did it 😉 Harrowing is probably … Continue reading Film (Re)View – Hostiles
Breathtaking movie, I have to say, with a musical score that will leave you smiling even on your darkest day. True to the real story? Well, I’m not so sure of that, but would it be quite as wonderful if it were too close? I’ll let you decide. From what I know of Phineas Taylor … Continue reading Film (Re)View – The Greatest Showman
Perhaps you should…….. For many moons the ghost story has been the festive treat on Christmas Eve. The Victorians used to go crazy for a yuletide ghost tale, as they did for most tales of the dark and supernatural variety. But, the tradition for telling ghost stories on what is now a festive and joyful … Continue reading Do You Tell Ghost Stories on Christmas Eve?
Fantastic day yesterday at Write Blend in Liverpool. A whole plethora of authors enticed shoppers with an array of stories in time for those Christmas stockings 🙂