This Is Horror take on What Gets Left Behind

As this will be the last post before the Spectral clan (all two of us) head off for the annual shindig that is FantasyCon, we shall leave you all on a high: the latest review of Mark West’s What Gets Left Behind, Volume VII in the acclaimed Spectral Press chapbook series. This one’s by horror writer … Continue reading

Another review of What Gets Left Behind

Here’s the third review in as many days of Volume VII of Spectral’s chapbook series, What Gets Left Behind by Mark West. This latest write-up comes courtesy of Geoff Nelder, who runs the Science42Fiction review blog – however, we reproduce it here in full with Geoff’s kind permission: “You know that graph of world population growth from … Continue reading

What Gets Left Behind review at Hellbound Times

For the second review of Mark West’s What Gets Left Behind, the latest volume in the Spectral Press chapbook series, we have to thank Walt Hicks of Hellbound Times. To read Walt’s thoughts on the story, please go here. CHRISTMAS GHOST STORY ANNUAL: A FURTHER UPDATE We are currently reading through all the submissions that were sent … Continue reading

The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine: an Eloquent review

Just a week until the official launch of the second Spectral Visions novella, The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine by John L. Probert, at this year’s gathering of writers, editors and publishers in Brighton at FantasyCon 2012. The reviews are now coming in regularly, and it is with great pleasure that we can announce the latest … Continue reading

What Gets Left Behind: first thoughts

What Gets Left Behind by Mark West, the latest chapbook from Spectral Press, gets its first review, and it also continues the tradition of Jim McLeod being amongst the first to air his reviews on Spectral output. Mark’s tale is very much grounded in the everyday reality of a specific time and place, yet the … Continue reading

The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine: the paperback

So here it is, the paperback edition of The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine by John Llewellyn Probert, now available for all you lovely people to buy and make your very own. Prices quoted below include postage and packing. All orders will be processed and sent out in early October, after the dust has settled in … Continue reading

Geoff Nelder investigates The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine

So, here we have yet another review of John L. Probert’s Spectral Visions novella, The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine, from that man Mr. Geoff Nelder. Here’s the review in full: “I’ve often warned people not to become ill in the Bristol area because I’ve seen what the health workers are like from television’s Holby City … Continue reading

FantasyCon 2012: paperback offer

For those of you out there who are going to be at the event of the year in Brighton between the 28th and 30th of this month, there will be a special offer available to attendees on the paperback editions of Gary Fry’s The Respectable Face of Tyranny and John L. Probert’s The Nine Deaths of Dr. … Continue reading

The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine: a view from the Ginger Nut himself

The wonder that is modern electronic communication has meant that the very latest review of John L. Probert’s Spectral Visions novella, The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine, has just landed on our virtual desk here at Spectral Towers, so that we can tell you all about it the same morning it was uploaded. It’s from the … Continue reading

FantasyCon: the 2012 edition

It’s that time of the year once more, when the widely dispersed clans of Writers, Publishers and Editors all gather in some hotel somewhere (in the Royal Albion Hotel in Brighton again this year) and chat about all things genre and books. This year, unlike our previous attendances, things are slightly different for us: we … Continue reading

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