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13 Ghosts of Christmas: the first review

Spectral Press

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Well, this is what we’ve nervously been waiting for – the very first review of the first Spectral Press Christmas Ghosts Story Annual, also known as The 13 Ghosts of Christmas. The honour of posting that first write-up is Walt Hicks of The Hellbound Times, someone who always ties with Jim Mcleod of The Ginger Nuts of Horror to get the first reviews of Spectral Press titles posted. Anyway, please direct your cursor this way and click here to read what Mr. Hicks has to say about the anthology.

There are fewer that 30 copies of the book left at present – for more details on pre-ordering the hardback edition, please refer to the previous post. Paperback orders should start from next week!

Going back to The Ginger Nuts of Horror, Jim Mcleod will be running a series of short interviews on the blog with each of…

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Author of science fiction novels Orbital Kin and Minerva Century-also horror, literary fiction, many short stories and screenplays. Always reading, writing, watching films, playing guitar/bass, and am a husband with a coffee addiction. New horror novel due for 2017. This is my blog, offshoot from my website. It will be where I post current thoughts, opinions, views, reviews, or discussions about contemporary film, movies, books, video games, television series mostly in the horror, science fiction, fantasy and their sub-genre offshoots. The entertainment not in the mainstream (for the most part) and proud of it. Also follow me on twitter- @ParsonsFiction, and facebook - James E Parsons

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