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Blakeborough’s Book Club: 20th Century Ghosts

Its been mentioned here…somewhere… and on our Facebook group and now the time for me to unveil the very first month of my Book Club. Ta-dah!!
And the first book is… Joe Hill’s 20th Century Ghosts!! Woo! Although you should already know this, as I’m hoping some people have actually read it with me. Never mind [...]

Your Face in a Fortnight

Howdy folks and welcome to Your Face in A Fortnight.
As we have many many stories going up each week we thought it would be a great idea to put our favourites from the last two weeks or so into one place so you guys could find any stories that you might have missed. If you [...]

Heart Shaped Box

I still can’t quite make up my mind completely about ‘Locke and Key’ writer Joe Hill’s debut novel.
Coming from an enviable horror heritage, Hill is Stephen King’s son but chose to eschew his famous surname in favour of making a writing career off of his own back. Admirable; but unfortunately he looks just like King [...]

NOF: Locke & Key

Locke and key has just finished with its sixth instalment, was it a disappointment not at all. Locke and key is the story of a family that falls victim to a murder and end up moving to a relative’s home. The series focuses on the aftermath of this murder and its effects on the family. [...]

Stephen King’s Son

So the joy of Marvel Zombies 2 is finally over and I need to spend those few pounds that I set aside for comic buying on something else. I normally look a bit bewildered at the array of primary colours and super heroes that face me, I end up picking up a comic only to [...]