Today, I bring notice of not one, not even two, but THREE reviews of Cate Gardner’s Nowhere Hall:
First up is Walt Hicks’ write-up at the Page Horrific site, run by David T. Wilbanks. Hicks calls the Spectral line of chapbooks ‘wonderful’ and that indeed sets the tone for the rest of the review. Interested parties can read what else was said here.
Review number two is from Anthony Watson’s Dark Musings blog. Anthony is a subscriber, so it’s always great to hear when those who have very kindly sent me their hard-earned money have good things to say about the imprint – in fact, Anthony says “…It’s great to see horror so well served by a publisher with such high standards of quality. Continued success seems assured for Spectral – which is great news indeed…” – comments like that make it all worthwhile. Read the rest here.
Finally, Jim Mcleod weighs in with his assessment over on Ginger Nuts of Horror, and I am glad to report that it’s another positive one. Don’t just take my word for it, however: head on over to the site and read the write-up for yourself, which can be found here.
Rest assured, there’s a lot more supernatural goodness in store over the coming years – so why not take out a subscription today to ensure you secure YOUR copies of future chapbooks? Look for the convenient Paypal buttons down the right-hand side of this blog.
Onwards and upwards!