A thing never really comes to life until its existence is disproven.
That’s what the graffiti said on the wall in the alley behind the store. 638 more words
He was forever told that what humans feared, they revelled in, but he had always found murder putrid. Especially a vicious one. The aftermath of murder found a moment when his unnaturally sharp sense of smell was made counter-intuitive by the stench that penetrated his nostrils. 497 more words
In this episode of Speculating Canada on Trent Radio, I am joined in the studio by horror scholar Amy Jane Vosper as we discuss the figure of the vampire! 233 more words
Originally before writing this review I had begun this series after purchasing “True Blood Omnibus”, which contained the first three novels of the series. After re-hashing the beginning of this post several times, I realized why I was having such a difficult time writing. 520 more words