Surfboards and Baggy Swimsuits

Two day's holiday sounds like an oxymoron - how can you call it a holiday when it's only a couple of days? So, really it was a two day break that felt like a holiday. It felt like a holiday to me. The previous few weeks consisted of endless ferrying of the girls to their … Continue reading Surfboards and Baggy Swimsuits

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Under a Cobalt Sky

The deck is covered in confetti - miniscule petals of pink and white are scattered across the boards and the corner seat where I sit sipping my first coffee of the morning. A pigeon coos from the large nest in the willow tree and birdsong reverberates all around me. Bank holiday weekend and all is … Continue reading Under a Cobalt Sky

Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Author of Dark Fiction Kris Weeks

Another dark February day dawns and we continue our daily dose of hellish horror with author of dark fiction, Kris Weeks. Kris Weeks has been writing since she was young with many of her stories published in Hustler Magazine. As well as writing together with her husband, horror writer TJ Weeks, she has published quite … Continue reading Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Author of Dark Fiction Kris Weeks

Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Historical Fiction and Ghost Story Author, Pam Lecky

It's a miserable day - the wind whistles down the chimney, rain pelts the window pane; it's a day for the fireside. A typical Irish, February day. In fact, it's the perfect weather for curling up with one of my next author's eerie ghost stories. It gives me great pleasure to introduce my good friend … Continue reading Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Historical Fiction and Ghost Story Author, Pam Lecky