Update, February 22: Progress on Lycanthrope

As you probably know, I have been taking a break from writing Shadows and Stars and working on Lycanthrope, a psychological thriller/horror instead. Shadows and Stars is over 150,000 words and needs some editing and a little revision, but revising it was becoming complex and I was becoming a little burnt out on it. There … Continue reading Update, February 22: Progress on Lycanthrope

Update: Lycanthrope, February 12, 2021

As you may know, I have started on another novel entitled Lycanthrope. I am still working on Shadows and Stars, but I have ideas constantly flowing about Lycanthrope, so I am getting them down as fast as possible. The story is about a man who decides he wants to become a werewolf, so he researches … Continue reading Update: Lycanthrope, February 12, 2021

The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

Yes, I am once again opening up The Chamber Magazine. Click on the photo or the link to go to its revamped homepage. Check out the submissions page for what I am seeking and details on publishing with The Chamber (they are long but they boil down to pretty much the same standard policy at … Continue reading The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

Yes, I am once again opening up The Chamber Magazine. Click on the photo or the link to go to its revamped homepage. Check out the submissions page for what I am seeking and details on publishing with The Chamber (they are long but they boil down to pretty much the same standard policy at … Continue reading The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

The Saturday Night Special: “The Vampyre” by John William Polidori

The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Vampyre; A Tale, by John William Polidori This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online … Continue reading The Saturday Night Special: “The Vampyre” by John William Polidori

The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

Yes, I am once again opening up The Chamber Magazine. Click on the photo or the link to go to its revamped homepage. Check out the submissions page for what I am seeking and details on publishing with The Chamber (they are long but they boil down to pretty much the same standard policy at … Continue reading The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

Yes, I am once again opening up The Chamber Magazine. Click on the photo or the link to go to its revamped homepage. Check out the submissions page for what I am seeking and details on publishing with The Chamber (they are long but they boil down to pretty much the same standard policy at … Continue reading The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

A Few Notes on Lady Caroline Lamb, Lord Byron, and Dr. Polidori

I was up late (i.e in the early morning of December 18) working on a future post to be entitled "A Few Thoughts on Vampires". At one point in it, I mention John William Polidori, who wrote the original vampire story The Vampyre, whose main character is the vampire Lord Ruthven, a character which was … Continue reading A Few Notes on Lady Caroline Lamb, Lord Byron, and Dr. Polidori

The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

Yes, I am once again opening up The Chamber Magazine. Click on the photo or the link to go to its revamped homepage. Check out the submissions page for what I am seeking and details on publishing with The Chamber (they are long but they boil down to pretty much the same standard policy at … Continue reading The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

Yes, I am once again opening up The Chamber Magazine. Click on the photo or the link to go to its revamped homepage. Check out the submissions page for what I am seeking and details on publishing with The Chamber (they are long but they boil down to pretty much the same standard policy at … Continue reading The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

Yes, I am once again opening up The Chamber Magazine. Click on the photo or the link to go to its revamped homepage. Check out the submissions page for what I am seeking and details on publishing with The Chamber (they are long but they boil down to pretty much the same standard policy at … Continue reading The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

Yes, I am once again opening up The Chamber Magazine. Click on the photo or the link to go to its revamped homepage. Check out the submissions page for what I am seeking and details on publishing with The Chamber (they are long but they boil down to pretty much the same standard policy at … Continue reading The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

Yes, I am once again opening up The Chamber Magazine. Click on the photo or the link to go to its revamped homepage. Check out the submissions page for what I am seeking and details on publishing with The Chamber (they are long but they boil down to pretty much the same standard policy at … Continue reading The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

Yes, I am once again opening up The Chamber Magazine. Click on the photo or the link to go to its revamped homepage. Check out the submissions page for what I am seeking and details on publishing with The Chamber (they are long but they boil down to pretty much the same standard policy at … Continue reading The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

Yes, I am once again opening up The Chamber Magazine. Click on the photo or the link to go to its revamped homepage. Check out the submissions page for what I am seeking and details on publishing with The Chamber (they are long but they boil down to pretty much the same standard policy at … Continue reading The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

“Ancient Lights” by Algernon Blackwood (1912)

From Southwater, where he left the train, the road led due west. That he knew; for the rest he trusted to luck, being one of those born walkers who dislike asking the way. He had that instinct, and as a rule it served him well. “A mile or so due west along the sandy road … Continue reading “Ancient Lights” by Algernon Blackwood (1912)

The Chamber Magazine Rises Again

Yes, I am once again opening up The Chamber Magazine. Click on the photo or the link to go to its revamped homepage. Check out the submissions page for what I am seeking and details on publishing with The Chamber (they are long but they boil down to pretty much the same standard policy at … Continue reading The Chamber Magazine Rises Again