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Tales to Terrify Show No 120 Bram Stoker Award Show No 1

April 25, 2014 by Tony C. Smith

Coming up:

Good evening 0:00:41

Far Fetched Fables 0:01:16

A new book about the craft of horror, “Horror 101: The Way Forward” 0:02:23

Some words about gauging horror 0:04:34

Fiction: “Snapshot” by Patrick Freivald, narrated by Steven Thomas Howell 0:09:09

Fiction: “Code 666” by Michael Reaves, narrated by Stephen Kilpatrick 0:24:10

Mea Culpa 1:07:51

Pleasant dreams: 1:10:0

This Week’s Pertinent URLs:

Far Fetched Fables: www.farfetchedfables.com

“Horror 101: The Way Forward”: http://www.crystallakepub.com/upcoming-titles.php

Patrick Freivald: http://patrickfreivald.blogspot.com

“Blood and Roses” anthology: http://www.amazon.com/Blood-Roses-Roy-C-Booth/dp/1496083385/ref=sr_1_10?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1398184119&sr=1-10&keywords=Scarlet+River+Press

Steven Thomas Howell: www.steventhomashowell.com

Michael Reaves: http://michaelreaveswriter.blogspot.com

Stephen Kilpatrick: http://www.stevenski.com

Matt Cowens: www.steampress.co.nz

Comments

  1. Ok, I’m verrry confused about the end of “Snapshot”. Can anyone please help a sister out?

  2. I believe the newborn’s eyes were harvested for the child with the eye condition. So the parents had the baby for one purpose, to regain the sight of their first born.

    Michael

  3. “Code 666” has a fascinating setting.
    Personally, I appreciated it, as my wife and daughter are both active emergency services volunteers!

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