Angela Slatter continues her series of mini-interviews with contributors to The Spectral Book of Horror Stories with Nicholas Royle, writer, editor, teacher and anthologist, who contributed the story This Video Does Not Exist. Click the link HERE to read what he has to say. This is going to be a major publication for this year, so please … Continue reading
…of The Spectral Book of Horror Stories – it’s from Gary Fry, writer (Abolisher of Roses, The Respectable Face of Tyranny), droll wit, and publisher, and it’s been uploaded to his official blog. If you’re dying to know what the anthology’s like before buying then all you need do is click on this link HERE. This is going to … Continue reading
Today’s mini-interview of a contributor to The Spectral Book of Horror Stories, courtesy of Angela Slatter, is with Helen Marshall, whose story Funeral Rites features in the book – you can read what Helen has to say HERE. Pre-order your copy today of this first in an annual anthology – ordering buttons below (if you want to … Continue reading
First we’ll kick off with a review of The Christmas Ghost Stories of Lawrence Gordon Clark – this one is from Matt Mason and has been posted to his Sweat, Tears, and Digital Ink website. You can read his verdict here. The Deluxe Edition (cover pictured above) has been getting particularly fulsome praise from the customers who … Continue reading
We here at Chateau Spectrale have just received the latest review of Angela Slatter’s chapbook, Home and Hearth, featured in Schlock Magazine online. The story was assessed by Teodor Reljic and you can read the review HERE (scroll down the page – it’s the first of the book reviews…). We have a few copies left, but not many … Continue reading
Today, on this somewhat miserable Tuesday morning, we have two new reviews, for Tim Lebbon’s Still Life novella and Paul Kane’s Ghosts collection, both published in SST Publications’ Beware the Dark magazine, issue #2, and both written by William J. Grabowski. First up, Still Life: I can think of a handful of writers who first popped onto my radar during … Continue reading
Review number three for Angela Slatter’s Home and Hearth, Volume XI in our acclaimed chapbook series. This one’s from Mr. Andy Angel and appears on his Ebookwyrm’s Review Site – read what he thinks of the story right HERE. More soon!
And here’s yet another appraisal of Angela Slatter’s Spectral chapbook – this one is from the Book Geek and posted to the So many books, so little time blog, which you can read right HERE. We still have some individual copies of the chapbook available but not many – so order yours today! Alternatively, you may like to … Continue reading
A short but sweet blog entry but there’s yet another review to tell you about this morning – this time for Spectral’s latest chapbook, Angela Slatter’s Home and Hearth.This one’s been written by SP Miskowski and can be found at the Shock Room. Read the review right HERE.
For the past five months, we’ve been releasing an electronic serialised novel called Black Mountain, by the inestimable Simon Bestwick and adorned with atmospheric cover artwork by Neil Williams. Today, we bring you the first review of the partwork as it hits its stride at nearly the halfway mark. The review is by Anthony Watson and … Continue reading