Tag Archive: literature

Spotlight On: Ray Bradbury

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When it comes to science fiction, fantasy, and horror in the literary world there seems to be one name which stands above so many others, Ray Bradbury. Originally from America’s Midwest, Bradbury is… Continue reading

10 Short Vampire Tales You Can Read Online

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There are some wonderful classic vampire stories out there, led by the amazing Dracula and followed up by modern favorites such as Interview with a Vampire. I enjoy reading about vampires (at least… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Essex Serpent’

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I remember once hearing an interview with a literary agent on NPR, where he discussed regularly receiving manuscripts where the writer made no attempt at hiding the influence Victorian-era authors had on them.… Continue reading

Book Review – Charles Fort: The man Who Invented the Supernatural

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In the early twentieth century one writer looked at the paranormal in a way which straddle the line between science and entertainment, Charles Fort. His works has inspired countless others and in the… Continue reading

‘The Cat’s Pajamas’ by Ray Bradbury-Book Review

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As many fans of fantasy and science fiction literature know, the late Ray Bradbury was an absolute treasure trove of stories. In a career that spanned decades, the legendary writer expanded our imaginations… Continue reading

Best Horror Authors of the Twentieth Century

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Horror has always been one of the most popular genres no matter which medium of entertainment there is. In the twentieth century readers were treated to an explosion in terror filling book shelves… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Ghost Story’ by Peter Straub

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In the horror genre sometimes the written word has its advantages in storytelling over other mediums. A gifted author can craft words to tell a story which a movie could never do true… Continue reading

The Disney Literature Challenge

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I’m in the middle of completing The Disney Challenge, which is when you watch all the official animated Disney films in order, I got to thinking that I wish I could read Disney… Continue reading

My Top 10 Favorite Stephen King Novels: Part II

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There’s not much sense in doing a preamble to the second part of an article and as a great horror writer once wrote, “Like all sweet dreams, it will be brief, but brevity makes sweetness,… Continue reading