SBoHS – New Review

The reviews for The Spectral Book of Horror Stories are steadily coming in, and we have one to tell you abut this morning – this one’s from Jim McLeod and has been posted to his well-respected The Ginger Nuts of Horror website, and you can read it HERE. This is going to be THE anthology of the year, … Continue reading

New review and news 23:01:2014

This new review of The Christmas Ghost Stories of Lawrence Gordon Clark from The Ginger Nuts of Horror website has just this minute landed on our virtual desk. Written by the Ginger Nut himself, Jim McLeod, you can read his assessment HERE. If the review has whetted your appetite enough, then you can order any of the editions from … Continue reading

New reviews – 05:04:2013

So, here we are again with links to more reviews of  forthcoming and current Spectral publications: First, here’s another write-up of Stephen Volk’s Whitstable – this one’s been posted to Geek Syndicate by Phil Ambler and is nicely in-depth. You can find it by clicking here. It is advisable to order your copy today – stocks are … Continue reading

Stephen Volk’s Whitstable: the first reviews

Advance review copies of Stephen Volk’s novella have going out here, there and everywhere within the last week or so, and already two reviews have been posted. We here at Spectral reckon that it’s an extremely important book for the imprint, one that will help consolidate the reputation that we’ve been working so hard on … Continue reading

New Year review roundup

Three days into 2013 and already there are some reviews of Spectral books to talk about, so without dilly-dallying we shall get straight into it: First up is a review of The 13 Ghosts of Christmas from reader Ross Warren over at Goodreads, which you can read by clicking on the link. Paul Brazill, also at Goodreads, gives … Continue reading

13 Ghosts: This is Horror review

So, here we have it: the second review of The 13 Ghosts of Christmas, the first anthology in the annual series devoted to spookiness and supernatural goings-on during everyone’s favourite festive season. This one’s courtesy of This Is Horror magazine and has been written by Dan Howarth of that ilk. You can read the full write-up here. … 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: 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

The Eyes of Water: two new reviews

The one thing we like waking up to here at Spectral Towers (apart from blue skies and sunshine, that is) is a new review popping up somewhere – but this morning was even better because we got both sunshine AND TWO new reviews. These latest write-up of Alison Littlewood’s chapbook are courtesy of two Scotsmen, … Continue reading

The Respectable Face of Tyranny & Rough Music: new reviews

Today, we have two new reviews to tell you about. Firstly, hot on the heels of the review Walt Hicks posted on his Hellbound Times blog recently (see yesterday’s entry) comes this new review of Gary Fry’s Spectral Visions novella. This time the write-up is courtesy of Jim McLeod of The Ginger Nuts of Horror blog fame, … Continue reading

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