Outside the wind howls around the gables of the house and whistles down the chimney. It's the perfect weather for a good ghost story and my next author really knows how to tell one - I'm delighted to welcome back Historical Novelist and ghost story author Pam Lecky. Pam Lecky is an Irish historical … Continue reading Hallowe’en Horror Tales – getting into the spirit with Historical Novelist, Pam Lecky
On this blustery Autumnal Sunday, it's the perfect weather for curling up by the fireside and opening a volume of chilling tales. So, in keeping with our October Horror Promotion it gives me great pleasure to welcome back to Unusual Fiction - Author and Poet; Joanne Van Leerdam. Joanne is a prolific poet and has … Continue reading Hallowe’en Horror Tales – Welcoming back Poet and Author Joanne Van Leerdam
In the spooky spirit of Hallowe'en horror and supporting my fellow ghost story writers for October I had to share this lovely post from fellow vintage enthusiast and horror promoter; Tam Francis. Spooktacular Ghost Story Month: Pam Lecky For the month of October I will be bringing you Spooktacular Ghost Story authors to get you … Continue reading Wonderful Vintage Sites and Hallowe’en Post Promos – Tam Francis’s girlinthejitterbugdress.com
As the evening draws in and the nights darken. All Hallows Eve creeps ever closer. I am delighted to share a blog post from fellow Irish Author, Pam Lecky’s lovely blog – Vintage Treasures; teasing us with a little taster of festive fear fiction.
If you are a fan of ghost stories you have come to the right place. In honour of Halloween, we are pleased to introduce you to some tales from the dark side to make you shiver! A mix of short stories and novels – 10 fabulously scary reads.
The Lighthouse Keeper by Pam Lecky
It’s Sally and Alex’s first weekend away together and romance is definitely on Sally’s mind. But why is Alex acting so out of character? When strange things begin to happen, Sally wonders if they are alone in their coastal getaway …
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Mayday! by Pam Lecky
World War I is raging and German U-Boats are prowling the south coast of Ireland looking for prey. Steaming towards them is HMS Lusitania …
Valentine Lambert is facing another tedious day as an office clerk. But a premonition of disaster is the precursor to the most extraordinary…
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It was very quiet on the road, barely a car passed. The sun shimmered through the trees and cows sunned themselves in the pasture, barely acknowledging my passage, their tails lazily flicking flies. The perfect autumn day, the perfect Sunday morning. Again, I took advantage of the slumbering teenagers and left in blissful … Continue reading A Bouquet of Oak Leaves – Autumnal walks
Every night I go to bed, I have this little routine. It's not an annoying routine, like the OCD type ritual of checking under the bed for monsters (used to do this, but it's pointless - they're all in my head 😉 ) or re-locking the front door a million times. I slip between … Continue reading Gratitude – Keeping it real
Yes, I know, long time no see. It's the summer. What can I say? Things are a little different in the summer. Especially when we seem to have mistakenly been given the forecast for the Mediterranean for the last two months. As an Irish citizen this is a big deal, massive even. We get to … Continue reading Summer Scribbles