Archive for March, 2021


THE NAME GAME

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Do any other writers enjoy coming up with names for people, places and things as much as I do? I love doing cultural research, mining my family tree, and giving real people and places better names than they have. Join in reading the Labyrinth Creators Journal that has thousands asking, “How does Richard Alan Scott do it?” Also “How do you think he comes up with those great names for stuff?”

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It’s time you got in touch with your sense of cosmic dread by ordering this anthology of chilling tales from Eighth Tower Publishing in eBook or paperback. The Black Stone: Stories for Lovecraftian Summonings includes twenty seven of today’s top writers all committed to stimulating your dormant eldritch gland: Ramsey Campbell, Brian M. Sammons, Glynn Owen Barrass, Lucy A. Snyder, Elizabeth Black, Chris Kelso, Andrew Coulthard, Stephen Mark Rainey, Kevin Lewis, Richard Alan Scott, Russell Smeaton, J. Edwin Buja, Brent Millis, David Agranoff, Pete Rawlik, Brian C. Short, Michael Housel, John Chadwick, David Voyles, Konstantine Paradias, Edward Morris, Parry Milton, Phil Breach, Garrett Cook, Andrew Freudenberg, Love K├Âlle, Sarah Walker. Don’t forget to have the full aural (sex) experience by ordering the companion CD of ambient sound or save money with the BOOK and CD bundle at Bandcamp.

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A (SUSANNA) BLOOD MOON

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Getting a practicing witch to help me write a story set in 1692 Massachusetts was my way of creating witchcraft that would be authentic. In the years I consulted with her I learned a great deal about doing Wiccan spells on my own, and some that I performed endure to this day. Please read the short Labyrinth Creators Journal that always makes you think and is always enjoyable. Join nearly two thousand others from around the world.

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