Friday, August 22, 2014

SILVER LAKE BLOODFEST

 



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This is my Friday Frights for this week. Our theme this month is Backwoods/Inbred Cannibals. Fishing is great, but watch your surroundings . . .



Silver Lake Bloodfest


     No moon shines tonight on Silver Lake, making this a perfect time to be tossing out a surface plug and catching some Bass. A bright moon is as bad as broad daylight to the eyes of the hungry fish. Not able to see a thing, I wade into the water adjoining the vast weed bed, careful not to disturb any lunkers which might be prowling around on this hot August night.

     It's sneakers and shorts for me. The water feels good against my still hot flesh. For a while now I have been acquainting my senses with the location of the weeds, the lily pads on the other side, and the general topography of the beach. Overgrown now, this was once a busy swimming beach when the Boy Scouts had a camp here. That was then, and this is now. A lot of grooming would be needed to return this swimming hole to its former glory.

     Frogs splash around in the weeds, before the sounds of their evening frivolity come suddenly to an end. That can only mean one thing: the Bass are moving in; the big boys, waiting to grab the choicest morsels for dinner. Huge splashes erupt everywhere, and I know I'm moments away from some fast and furious action.

     Before I make my first cast, a huge bonfire goes up on the opposite shore as if by magic. What the . . .

     The light makes its way to where I'm waiting to fish, effectively shutting down the action of the Bass. In one brief moment, this great fishing opportunity has been destroyed. Waist deep in the water, I'm lit up as much as if a dozen bright flashlights were shining on me.

     Pissed as all hell, I start wading back to shore when I sense something coming along the shoreline in my direction from the opposite side of the lake. It moves fast, eating the distance between us in a hurry. Shit! There's more than one! They're coming from both sides, intent on . . .intent on what?

     As fast as I can, I retreat into the protective cover of the tall weeds, up to the top of my chest in the water, knowing damn well I need to hide. The stench of rotting flesh and mold attack my senses, and I have all I can do to stifle a retch reaction. Yes, that's all I would need. That would pinpoint my location as surely as if I was to jump up and down in the water shouting, "Here I am, mother fuckers! Come and get me!"

     There are more by the bonfire and others coming in my direction. What is it they're after? Why are they coming towards me?

     Barely a sound comes from my lips as I breathe. Even as deep in the water as I am, the fear radiating through me sends hot flashes through out my body at the same time thick goose bumps break out all over me. My senses are so alive, trying to react to the horrors of the unknown, that I feel the aquatic bugs swimming through the water around me, their close proximity causing the sensation of their crawling on me, trying to get me to break away from my silence and betray my whereabouts.

     Closer the entities approach, more of them, many more. The air is foul to the point of almost complete oxygen deprivation. The bugs crawl though the hairs on my legs, my arms, and my chest, stopping here and there to root around, some of them seemingly burrowing below the skin line, and blood flows from where leeches move in on me. I am their prey, a giant smorgasbord of bloody delight.

     Still, I don't make a move. Not even when the crayfish come in for their share of the feast do I utter a sound or move a muscle. My terror at what awaits me on shore is far greater than anything I am experiencing.

     But . . .but am I really experiencing all my body shouts out to me? Sensory overload. Yes, that's it! The anxiety of trying to hide from whatever started the fires and is swarming over the beach is pushing me over the edge. Are they real? Am I wrapped in some sort of dream from which there is no escape. Wake, damn it! Wake!

     I can not wake. There is too much pain. This is no dream. What is, is. These things after me are real. The assaults on my body are real. Why the fire? What do they want?

     Talk, more like mumbling actually, comes from the creatures' midst. Humans! They are human. No, they can't be. No person I ever smelled had an odor anything close to what these bastards have. But . . .

     Somehow, they know I'm hiding in the weeds, and they come to get me, creating a swatch wide enough that there is no way for me to escape. I try to swim for it, dropping my fishing rod and moving as fast as I am able to in the water, but it is all for naught, as I knew it would be. Still not seeing what these things are, I am pulled from the water and carried-more dragged than anything, actually- to the bonfire.

     It is not until they throw me down on the beach adjacent to the bonfire that I see the horrid manifestations of abnormality before me. All of them, in one way or another, are grotesque in their appearance. Absence and deformity of limbs abound, as do their faces, which are all similar.  They are all related to one another. That is quite evident, but this goes far beyond conceptions of normal families. Inbreds. All of them. They stand around me, mocking me, now speaking so I can understand them.

     "We knew you would be here tonight. Often we have watched you fish, knowing you prefer the darkest cycle of the moon. That is unfortunate for you, because this is a special Dark Moon. Very special. This is our feast night, the night that our sustenance allows us to return to some semblance of what humanity would say is normal. It has been a long time since we have been considered normal."

     I stare in horror as they prepare a giant barbeque spit of sorts, and once it is ready, they strip the clothing from my body and lash me to it. With shouts of delight ringing through the hot summer night, the demons suspend me over the fire, turning and twisting my constriction of terror, burning my flesh, singing my hair, periodically jerking me out from the flames of Hell just long enough to grab handfuls of my flesh to stuff into their sadistic mouths of deformed teeth and moldy crevices.

    Trying to yell into the night air, I find I can not as I no longer have any means to do so. My vocal cords are gone, a tasty treat for one of my tormenters.

     "Welcome to our dinner party. Thank you for being our main course."

     Digging deep into my chest, the leader pulls out my still beating heart, blood dripping everywhere, and says, "And my dessert as well."

     My spirit hovers above, the only part of me they can not consume . . .



Blaze McRob


Wednesday, August 20, 2014

BOOK REVIEW FOR FOUR SPOOKY SHORT STORIES - BY KATHRYN MEYER GRIFFITH! MY WOMAN IN HORROR TODAY! Y


Kathryn Meyer Griffith is my Woman In Horror again! I have fallen behind with my book reviews for my Women In Horror and need to correct that. Kathryn is my first special lady I will give an encore shout out to. There will be many more to come. Of course, my regular Women In Horror posts will also continue.

Enjoy Kathryn's great book, Four Spooky Short Stories, like I did. My review is at the bottom of this post. Read Kathryn's other great books as well.


Blaze McRob


Book Description

January 22, 2013
Four contemporary spooky short stories:

Ghost Brother…
So what happens after you die? Do you go to heaven, or hell? Or do you go to a special place fashioned just for you based on the life you’d lived in the real world? Based on how you treated people? What you did to them?
And do ghosts exist? Do they roam the earth and plague the living, persuade them to do things they shouldn’t do?
Two brothers and their tale follow; their journey through life and death.
Do you believe in ghosts? Some do.

Running with the Train…
Sarah has always been lonely. Searching for a love she’s begun to believe will never come. Her family and friends depend, need her…but they can’t give her what she wants. True, eternal love. Like the wolves have.
So she goes on an adventure of a lifetime to the Grand Canyon; rides the train from Williams to the South Rim and sees these huge wolves running alongside in the evening twilight; scurrying unbelievably below on the Canyon’s ledges among the trees. She’s told there are no wolves but she hears their haunting cries. No one else sees or hears them. Just her.
Has her loneliness made her crazy?

The Banshee and the Witch…
What would you do to live forever, stay young forever? To find true love again?
And if you were a white witch with the magical powers to make it happen…and the secret of how to do it, would you?
So when the banshee comes calling for you one rainy dark night you’ll do what you have to do to get what you desire the most. More time.

Too Close to the Edge…
Artist Penelope had been looking forward to going with her husband, sister and brother-in-law to see the Grand Canyon…even though she was terrified of heights and, when she got there, couldn’t bear to get too close to the edge. She watched people balancing on one foot, acting foolish, taking photos, oblivious of the death waiting below them. It scared her.
Especially when a woman relates a story of a small child that fell into the Canyon the day before. Over the edge.
Then she sees a young girl go over the rim and no one will believe her.
For there was no child that had died–that day anyway.
Was she seeing things that weren’t there, or was there another explanation?***
 
 
5.0 out of 5 stars Four Spooky Short Stories, by Kathryn Meyer Griffith - Too Good To Be True!, August 20, 2014
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Let it be known that I am Kathryn Meyer Griffith's biggest fan. I have not read a single story of hers that I have not fallen in love with. Whether it be tales of the End Days, Dinosaurs popping out of Crater Lake, or any of her other sterling adventures into horror, she always amazes me. The beauty of her words can be enjoyed by YA readers up to old guys like me and older. This collection of four spooky tales is eerie, filled with plenty of horror, but is told from the vantage point of a story teller. Imagine you're sitting by a camp fire in the middle of a dark forest on a moonless night and Kathryn is standing before you, waving her arms and casting magnificent shadows all about her, shadows coming ever closer to you as she tells you two stories of ghosts, one werewolf tale, and my favorite, one about a banshee and a witch. Do you want to live forever, or maybe do you want justice? Are you searching for love denied? In her amazing way, Kathryn sets the tone and setting of the story and draws you into it. You cannot help but listen as you read, for Kathryn is a master at utilizing all the senses, and she blends them together as few authors can. She is in the room with you as you read. You want her there, but you are also afraid. The glory of it all! Buy this great book and see what I mean.
 

PATRICIA ANABEL- WOMAN IN HORROR!





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Patricia Anabel is my Woman In Horror today! While Patricia is probably known more for her Gothic poetry, she writes great short stories as well. It speaks well of her that she is included in a number of anthologies with great authors and a number of Women In Horror. Of course, I am not the least bit surprised to see her fantastic works in any of these anthologies. I am amazed at the talented women who are published in so many great anthologies today.

Going through some of the great books below, I am surprised to see that they are not selling as well as I think they should. Part of why I write my Women In Horror posts is to introduce readers to great women authors. Word of mouth should garner interest interest not only for these outstanding ladies, but for their co-authors as well. That is my desire.

Another irritant for me is when I see a talented author with only a handful of likes on their Amazon Author page. Head over and hit the like button for Patricia. She deserves it!



In the Dangerous Dreams anthology, Patricia has a tale titled Bathory.

Book Description

March 29, 2014
Everyone dreams but not everyone remembers them... Sometimes that's a very good thing. This collection of dark stories explores dreams, their impact, their meaning, their results...
Read and enjoy ... gentle warning, watch your own dreams from now on...
 
 
 
 
 In Broken, Patricia graces the pages with the super story The Broken Chain.
 

Book Description

March 28, 2014
Everything eventually gets broken, whether it’s Greek sculptures or spaceships, someone somewhere does something and it gets broken. All the cursing and skilful patching in the world can never put it back together again. When this comes to people…

Broken things, broken minds, broken bodies: these talented authors came up with an amazing array of stories on this theme.

If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it.

Read this anthology instead!
 
 
 
 
 
Memento Mori is a fantastic anthology! The Final Dance, a poem, is within the pages, penned by none other than Patricia.
 

Book Description

March 31, 2014
Death is inevitable. This collection of art, poetry, flash fiction and short storiesaddresses the fact that death is inevitable. The manner of death and the why is important, as is the consequences, before and during the process of death. And what happens after death? Nothing? Everything? Or is it somewhere in between? Remember that we will die. Death is inevitable. More than twenty authors, poets and artists show us our mortality
4.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Short Stories June 12, 2014
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I purchased this book because a coworker (who sidelines as an author of short stories) had a couple stories published in it. I'm happy to report that she can REALLY write a creepy, disturbing story. Now, while I will no longer be able to talk with her about her hobby without thinking of death, drugs, abusive family members, and axe murderers, I can enthusiastically recommend her work to anyone wanting an entertaining and creepy diversion. (Also, the other stories in the book were quite good too.) 4/5 stars! (Which is what I give to authors unless they write with the skill of Dumas, Poe, Shakespeare, Creighton, Asimov, or King.)

If you are a fan of short stories and/or want to scare children and sensitive adults, I highly recommend this compilation.
 
 
 
 
 
 Amazon bio:
 
Patricia Anabel was born in Bratislava, Slovakia in 1969, her family then moved south, where she grew up in a small town called Nove Zamky. In 1996 she reallocated to the UK, where she shares her home in South London with her husband Chris and black kitten Sphinx.
Patricia has always been intrigued by all things Gothic, especially the Vampirism culture, so she would be naturally drawn to Bram Stoker's Dracula Society through which she discovered Hammer Horror.
Since young age Patricia has had a vivid imagination and creative mind, which has enabled her to transcend through many creative projects including writing gothic poetry, short stories and bespoke jewellery making.


Patricia Anabel is a Woman In Horror!


Blaze McRob



 

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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

STEPHANIE GREENHALGH - WOMAN IN HORROR!




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Stephanie Greenhalgh is my Woman In Horror today! Stephanie loves to read and is an avid learner. I envy her her Masters Degree In Education. While I have numerous Masters Degrees and a couple of PhD's, I always wanted to teach at the University level, but my stuttering got in the way. Have to leave that to the pros like Stephanie who teaches the younger children. Way to go Stephanie!

Stephanie also teaches readers how to appreciate a good tale. Her delightful stories are ones which can be enjoyed by YA readers and adults.

She also gets involved with helping out other authors, posting on blog tours when she finds the time, and always seeming to be there for her friends.



The Twistedly True Tale of Ruby Hood(Ruby Hood Series Book 1) is, of course, a take on the old Fairy Tale. But Stephanie makes it her own.

Book Description

October 2, 2013
In the small town of Woodsville, self-assured Ruby Hood becomes tangled in more than traditional teenage angst. With the Homecoming Dance looming, everything at Woodsville High appears normal, but things are not as they seem. Ruby meets a cute boy with a lopsided grin, Dylan Hunter. She flirts shamelessly with the football star, Kent Wolf, and finds herself in a barrage of harsh verbal altercations with his stunning yet wicked sister, Kayla Wolf. Thankfully, she finds solace in her friend, Lilly Fair. Through a series of odd and painful events, Ruby discovers her true calling and the responsibilities that come with her new power and position. Despite her heartache and sorrow, will Ruby find the inner strength not only to protect herself, but also to keep the Wood safe at all cost?
4.0 out of 5 stars Loveing this takeon a classic..... November 25, 2013
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I started this book with a lot of trepidation. I am rally a purist when it comes to my fairy tales. And when there was a lot "Over the river and through the woods.." in the first few chapters, I got a little worried it would be too cliché. But that all soon disappeared as I found myself fully immersed in the story. For what Greenhalgh does well is take that familiar story and make it her own. She weaves a tale of shifters, werewolves, witches, and guardians with an expert hand. Making you feel like this world is real and possible. Her characters are relatable, human and supernatural at the same time, and she isn't afraid to throw in the tough stuff. Touching on death and loss in a way that throws all those clichés right out the window.

When Ruby is faced with the two sudden death's in the same day, she knows her life is never going to be the same. Then she finds out she is the guardian of the woods, the woods her Grandmother so lovingly guarded her whole life. Her world is turned upside down with choices and challenges she never could have dreamed. (Enter a cast of supernatural beings to rival any episode of Grim or Once Upon a Time. A formula that strangely works.)

Can she take care of the wood? Can she guard the life force the wood holds? And most importantly can she trust her own instinct. I really can't tell you because I don't want to give anything away.

The only complaint I have is that I feel like the story started with one main theme, and turned into another without the first being resolved. I feel like we are left with a lot of questions, and few answers. With any luck those questions will be answered in a sequel.

Do I think you should read this one? Without a doubt. I give it 4 1/2 stars, perfect for the supernatural/paranormal fan in your life. And a definite keeper for me.
5.0 out of 5 stars Twisted!!!! 
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The Twisted True Tale of Ruby Hood

I was given this book by the author for an honest review. Now that THAT is over.....on to the good stuff!

I LOVED all the cross references and the innuendoes in this story! It's about a 17 yr old teenager by the name of Ruby Hood, that comes into her powers as Guardian of the Woods due to tragedy and fate.

I LOVED the reference of her having to go "over the river and thru the wood" to see her grandmother! Every time I read that in the story I had to pause and snicker as it was so cliche, but the author actually made it work!

Enter Kent Wolf and his sister who she'd gone to school with over the years, and developed into interesting characters throughout the story. When she introduced Dylan Hunter and his dad Jared, I cannot tell you how interesting it got after that!

The author pulled me into the story and I could hardly put it down! I look forward to reading the next one in this series, and to see what other characters she brings into this.

This book reminds me of Once Upon a Time, the way the characters are introduced into the story. She even had the wicked stepmother and her two wicked daughters!
 
 
 
 
 
If The Slipper Fits . . . (The Precious Gem Series: Diamond) (Volume 1) is co-written with Jennifer Paquette. This is one super romp through time, hardships, and some very bad luck. But the luck is all good if you are a reader.  

Book Description

January 1, 2014
If The Silver Slipper Fits…
Two feisty witches.
Two wickedly impossible dilemmas.
Two modern day realms infused with a little mischievous magic.
One pair of totally awesome and very sassy shoes.

"If The Silver Slipper Fits" begins with a story about Glinda, a teenage witch, who, like any other teenager in the modern world, is envious of another woman’s pair of shoes. However, these shoes belong to her sister. After stealing the shoes for her hot date, she trips on a crack in the Yellow Brick Road, falls through a portal and lands smack in the middle of New York City. Of course, she lost her grip on the shoes when she fell and now Glinda not only has to find her sister’s Silver Slippers in a city of 8 million people, but she has to find another portal to get herself back home in time for her date. Unfortunately, a subway train full of degenerates, a Naked Cowboy and herd of anorexic fashion models stand in her way. And to top it all off, the shoes change their look as the owner’s personality changes.

The second story takes place many years later, and centers around Glinda’s youngest daughter Giselle, who already has way too much baggage for a normal 20-something. She has been banished to Las Vegas because she set her college on fire, and to make matters worse, she supposedly is the recipient of a Goblin Curse. To top off her really crummy year in exile, a Blood Moon shows up at the wrong time, making her powers go out of control. She steals her Aunt’s Silver Slippers (sound familiar?) and suddenly her luck, and the shoes, begins to change…for the worse. Can Giselle’s Lightning Power save the ones she loves most? Or is it really all just about the shoes?
4.0 out of 5 stars Don't you just love the perfect shoes... December 31, 2013
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I received a free copy of this story from the authors in exchange for an honest review
The first of the two short stories started a little rough and I had to re-read the first page to help me understand what was going on. After that first page it all flowed together. Falling through a hole from OZ into the modern world has the main character chasing through the town after the famous silver slippers in New York city in a way that made me chuckle thinking that yes… a little girl would go through a whole mess of trouble to get back borrowed shoes and had to get them back or else… The second story had an easier gate to the writing. I like how descriptive Stephanie Greenhalgh is so that everything definitely creates a picture in my mind. I also liked how the two stories were linked with the shoes that now have more magical powers than before. This time the witch was banished to Las Vegas, and if I had to hide a witch with magical powers, Las Vegas is a good place to do it. Without giving away too much of the story, it was one of love and hate, the lightening power of dark magic, a bit of OZ politics, and even a zombie. Never underestimate the power of a witch…A good read, I am looking forward to reading more stories in this series.
Natalie A. Moore
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Amazon bio:

Even though she currently lives in Las Vegas, Stephanie Greenhalgh is a Midwestern girl through and through. As an avid reader and learner, literature and school are more of a passion than a hobby. This two time UNLV graduate has four published short stories: "Betula's Angst", "Duality", "Angel 101", and "The Twistedly True Nightmare of Ruby Hood", all featured in anthologies. Her first novel, "The Twistedly True Tale of Ruby Hood", was released in October 2013. And her first self publication, "If the Silver Slippers Fit..." debuted January 2014.


Stephanie Greenhalgh is a Woman In Horror!


Blaze McRob






The Twistedly True Tale of Ruby Hood (Ruby Hood Series Book 1) by Stephanie Greenhalgh (Oct 2, 2013)

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Novel Hearts by Rebecca Boucher, Molly Bryant, Stephanie Greenhalgh and Theresa Oliver (Feb 13, 2013)

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