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A Healthy Dose of Horror – Book Review of ‘The Black Land’ by M. J. Wesolowski

When I first started reading this novella I said how the atmosphere was ‘already thick enough to carve chunks out of with a machete’. Well, it didn’t let up. The Black Land is the debut novella of M. J. Wesolowski … Continue reading

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Picture Perfect

They say a picture paints a thousand words. Ideally, as fiction writers we don’t literally want to be using a thousand words to set a backdrop in our narrative. However, a well-realised setting can go a long way to firing the reader’s imagination. … Continue reading

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