3 and 5 year subscriptions

If you look down the right-hand side of  this blog you will see a list of subscription options: you can subscribe to the chapbook series for one, three or five years. Not only that, but the longer you subscribe for, the more you will save. We have also given you the Paypal buttons below as … Continue reading

Spectral Chapbook subscriptions

It’s been a while since we promoted the Spectral chapbook subscriptions, and so we thought it was about time we did. So, what is a chapbook and what  do you get for your subscription? A chapbook in Spectral’s case is essentially a pamphlet containing single short story of between 5,000 to 8,000 words. Each issue … Continue reading

Soul Masque: the blurb…

“Soul Masque… A high class dominatrix who counts an Angel among her clientele A preacher who has swapped prayer for a needle and a spoon A woman whose terminal illness is held in stasis by allegiance to a holy cause A loser with a price on his head whose only hope of survival lies in … Continue reading

News 01:02:2013

There are certain things that are guaranteed to bring big smiles to us here at Spectral Towers and we feature two such events here today. First up is a great review of David Tallerman’s The Way of the Leaves, which has appeared at the Wag the Fox review blog, written by the host himself,  Gef Fox. You can … Continue reading

300th post: subscription and slipcase offer

Yes, we’ve reached a bit of a milestone here on the Spectral blog – 300 posts in just over two years! To celebrate the fact we have decided to put together a fantastic deal aimed at new subscribers – a combined subscription/slipcase offer. Yes, if you are a new subscriber, you will not only get … Continue reading

Review and news – 15:01:2013

First up this morning is this review of The 13 Ghosts of Christmas from Riju Ganguly, posted to his Thoughts of a Perceptive Reader blog – the write-up can be accessed by clicking here. NEWS Subscriptions For the very first time since the chapbooks were launched two years ago it looks like they could be reaching the … Continue reading

Review and news – 14:01:2013

It’s a spookily and eerily quiet winter’s day here at Spectral Towers, a thin blanket of snow having fallen overnight and with the threat of more being added to it hanging in the sky. But it’s okay, as it provides just the right atmosphere for reading the latest review of The 13 Ghosts of Christmas. This … Continue reading

Subscriptions: get yours now!

Many of our regular subscribers will soon be receiving their last issue of their current subsciption run, and so we encourage them to resubscribe as soon as possible. But we also very much welcome new subscribers as well so, in our latest campaign drive, we would like to offer all NEW subscribers to the critically-acclaimed … Continue reading

A trio of reviews

So it’s Monday again, and the weather can’t decide whether it wants to be sunny or rainy so it’s flinging both at us. Never mind, at least there are a couple of new reviews of Spectral chapbooks for you to look at: First up is regular reader Riju Ganguly’s assessment of Alison Littlewood’s The Eyes … Continue reading

The Crow’s Caw sounds out The Eyes of Water

Just a short post this morning, to let you all know about the latest review of Alison Littlewood’s Spectral chapbook. This one has been posted to Jassen Bailey’s The Crow’s Caw and was written by KE Bergdoll – you can see what they thought of it by going here. Don’t forget, too, that you can also … Continue reading

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