Tag: Anna Vaught

Tales from the Shadow Booth Vol 4 – edited by Dan Coxon

Tales from the Shadow Booth Vol 4 is an anthology of stories that are in many styles; from horror, to steampunk, from fantastic to modern, from yesterday, to tomorrow, from the today we know to a today that is from another dimension. This book can easily satisfy all the needs of any avid reader who

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BOOK REVIEW: Tales from the Shadow Booth vol 2 by Various Authors

The Shadow Booth has once again graced this world with its presence. In the first volume we found it on a pier, now we find “The Shadow Booth Vol 2” buried underneath the sand near some dunes. You think after the first volume we would have learned to turn and run. Instead, we dive in

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BOOK REVIEW: The Life of Almost by Anna Vaught

‘Ah life, death, buried, misplaced: all a jumble, to me.’ At first glance, The Life of Almost might appear simple. After all, the book only spans across 175 pages. However, a first glance never tells the full story. Anna Vaught is a writer of novels, novellas, flash fiction and non-fiction articles. In this book, it’s

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