Tag Archives: Gothic

Time to get our scared on!

Or in my case, not really. I don’t like horror movies. I like a little stylish suspense, but that’s as risky as I’ll go. Here are a two pieces I posted, the first on Crimson Peak, the second on some … Continue reading

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It’s October!

Time for vampires, witches, and all things spooky, no? It’s the season for reading Gothic, so gather round and let’s talk about THE DEAD TRAVEL FAST, my only Gothic novel, and my love letter to Victoria Holt, Ann Radcliffe, and … Continue reading

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I have thoughts on Crimson Peak

So last weekend I went to see Crimson Peak and it was everything I hoped it would be. Oh, first the caveat–if you don’t want to read spoilers, stop reading now and come back on Tuesday. I’m serious; I’m going … Continue reading

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In which the dead travel…pretty quickly

It’s time to say goodbye to Julia for now–she’ll be back during novella week later in October–and move on to the stand alone books, starting with THE DEAD TRAVEL FAST. Oh, chickens, this one was painful. It was the first … Continue reading

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