There is a new review, by Andrew Darlington, of Fables and Fabrications, see here for the full essay.
Fables and Fabrications, by Jan Edwards, is described as:
You’ll be drawn to this book – in her words, like a hungry she-bear scenting tethered sheep. Announced as ‘fourteen tales of mystery, mirth and the macabre’ this is not the grind-core slasher-horror of gut-wrenching torture-porn, more the luring strangeness of some lost golden age.
The book is available in print and Kindle versions via Amazon.
It’s the ideal time to read spooky stories. Try Fables and Fabrications or House of Shadows, available from the Penkhull Press.
One of the oddest things about writing fiction, be that novels or short fiction, is that you never know where it will end up, or how it might return to you – if ever. With that in mind, I was very surprised when I was contacted this week by The Valkenswaard War Cemetery, asking about my uncle who is buried there. I never knew him, of course, because Pvt Alfred Gedded Graham 2nd Bn. Middlesex Reg. was killed during operation ‘Market Garden’ (?) in October 1944 – some 10 years before I was born – and was buried in this tiny war cemetery…
To read more of Jan Edwards’ intriguing story pop over to her blog.
Jan is the author of two Penkhull Press books: Sussex Tales and Fables & Fabrications. Click on the titles to learn more.