It’s almost that time of year again.
Time to polish your pitchforks, buff up your cauldrons and coax spiders away from your skirting boards and into your hair to spin decorative webs – may I suggest a skull motif or a pair of hanged man earrings?
Yes, it’s nearly Halloween and during these gloomy, chilling, rain drenched days what better way to pass the time than to read gloomy, chilling, blood drenched fiction? It’s what October was made for.
At this time of year, the terrifically talented Walt Walker over on Waltbox generously opens his blogging doors to incomers with a twisted imagination. For this October is renamed Waltoween and today he has very kindly published a story I’ve written especially for the event,
So, if you’d like to feel a chill or several creep up your spine and hammer prongs of terrror into your brain, then please do pop over to Waltbox and read the tale. And while your there, you’ll find some other truly wonderful Halloween stories by other writers to get your pulse racing.
And if you haven’t read any of Walt’s own fiction before, then I’m delighted to be able to make the introductions – you will not be disappointed.
Just don’t have nightmares.*
*Though I’d take it as a huge compliment if you did.