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Clubhouse Guest’s Chat: Yolanda Sfetsos

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Welcome to Clubhouse Chat page. Those of you who are not a member won’t be aware that the location of the Clubhouse is shrouded in mystery. The only way to visit it is via membership or an invite to the tearoom. Every few days, I’ll be sharing a conversation with all sorts of writers and authors at different levels of their writing careers. Over tea and cakes, or maybe a glass of something stronger, I shall be chatting with my guest about their work in progress, or latest book release.

Today, I’m chatting to the horror writer, Yolanda Sfetsos. Yolanda, like myself is one of the writers featured in Women of Horror Anthology, Vol 3 The One that Got Away published by Kandisha Press

Welcome to the tearoom. Yolanda. My first question to my guests is what would you like to drink?

Thanks so much for sending me an invite…

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Clubhouse Guest’s Chat: Michelle Lane

From Funeral Birds to Stone Angels

Welcome to Clubhouse Chat page. Those of you who are not a member won’t be aware that the location of the Clubhouse is shrouded in mystery. The only way to visit it is via membership or an invite to the tearoom. Every few days, I’ll be sharing a conversation with all sorts of writers and authors at different levels of their writing careers. Over tea and cakes, or maybe a glass of something stronger, I shall be chatting with my guest about their work in progress, or latest book release.

Today, I’m chatting to the horror writer, Michelle Lane. Like myself, Michelle is one of the writers featured in the Women of Horror Anthology, Vol 3 The One that Got Away published by Kandisha Press

Michelle. I must start by saying your story theme in The One That Got Away is fascinating and I’m very much looking forward to…

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Clubhouse Guest’s Chat: Shawnna Deresch

From Funeral Birds to Stone Angels

Welcome to Clubhouse Chat page. Those of you who are not a member won’t be aware that the location of the Clubhouse is shrouded in mystery. The only way to visit it is via membership or an invite to the tearoom. Every few days, I’ll be sharing a conversation with all sorts of writers and authors at different levels of their writing careers. Over tea and cakes, or maybe a glass of something stronger, I shall be chatting with my guest about their work in progress, or latest book release.

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Today, I’m chatting to the horror writer, Shawnna Deresch. Shawnna, like myself, is one of the writers featured in the Women of Horror Anthology, Vol 3 The One that Got Away published by Kandisha Press

Welcome to the tearoom, Shawnna. As always my first question to my guests is what would you like to…

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Clubhouse Guest’s Chat: Dawn DeBraal

From Funeral Birds to Stone Angels

Welcome to Clubhouse Chat page. Those of you who are not a member won’t be aware that the location of the Clubhouse is shrouded in mystery. The only way to visit it is via membership or an invite to the tearoom. Every few days, I’ll be sharing a conversation with all sorts of writers and authors at different levels of their writing careers. Over tea and cakes, or maybe a glass of something stronger, I shall be chatting with my guest about their work in progress, or latest book release.

Today, I’m chatting to the horror writer, Dawn De Braal. Dawn, like myself, is one of the writers featured in the Women of Horror Anthology, Vol 3 The One that Got Away published by Kandisha Press

Welcome to the tearoom, Dawn. As always my first question to my guests is what would you like to drink?

Thank you for the…

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Clubhouse Guest’s Chat: Kristina C. Grifant

From Funeral Birds to Stone Angels

Welcome to Clubhouse Chat page. Those of you who are not a member won’t be aware that the location of the Clubhouse is shrouded in mystery. The only way to visit it is via membership or an invite to the tearoom. Every few days, I’ll be sharing a conversation with all sorts of writers and authors at different levels of their writing careers. Over tea and cakes, or maybe a glass of something stronger, I shall be chatting with my guest about their work in progress, or latest book release.

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Today, I’m chatting to the horror writer, Kristina C. Grifant. Kristina like myself, is one of the writers featured in the new Women of Horror Anthology Vol 3 The One that Got Away published by Kandisha Press

Welcome to the tearoom, Kristina. As always my first question to my guests is what would you like to drink?

Thank…

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Clubhouse Guest’s Chat: Catherine McCarthy

From Funeral Birds to Stone Angels

Welcome to Clubhouse Chat page. Those of you who are not a member won’t be aware that the location of the Clubhouse is shrouded in mystery. The only way to visit it is via membership or an invite to the tearoom. Every few days, I’ll be sharing a conversation with all sorts of writers and authors at different levels of their writing careers. Over tea and cakes, or maybe a glass of something stronger, I shall be chatting with my guest about their work in progress, or latest book release.

Today, I’m chatting to the horror writer, Catherine McCarthy. Catherine, like myself, is one of the writers featured in the Women of Horror Anthology, Vol 3 The One that Got Away published by Kandisha Press

Please may I welcome you, Catherine to the tearoom. As always my first question to my guests is what would you like to drink?

Thank…

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Clubhouse Guest’s Chat: Mocha Pennington

From Funeral Birds to Stone Angels

Welcome to Clubhouse Chat page. Those of you who are not a member won’t be aware that the location of the Clubhouse is shrouded in mystery. The only way to visit it is via membership or an invite to the tearoom. Every few days, I’ll be sharing a conversation with all sorts of writers and authors at different levels of their writing careers. Over tea and cakes, or maybe a glass of something stronger, I shall be chatting with my guest about their work in progress, or latest book release.

Today, I’m chatting to the horror writer, Mocha Pennington. Mocha, like myself, is one of the writers featured in the Women of Horror Anthology, Vol 3 The One that Got Away published by Kandisha Press

Welcome to the tearoom, Mocha. As always my first question to my guests is what would you like to drink?

Thank you…

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Clubhouse Guest’s Chat: Ellie Douglas

From Funeral Birds to Stone Angels

Welcome to Clubhouse Chat page. Those of you who are not a member won’t be aware that the location of the Clubhouse is shrouded in mystery. The only way to visit it is via membership or an invite to the tearoom. Every few days, I’ll be sharing a conversation with all sorts of writers and authors at different levels of their writing careers. Over tea and cakes, or maybe a glass of something stronger, I shall be chatting with my guest about their work in progress, or latest book release.

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Today, I’m chatting to the horror writer, Ellie Douglas. Ellie, like myself, is one of the writers featured in the third volume of Women of Horror Anthology, The One that Got Away published by Kandisha Press

Please may I welcome you, Ellie to the tearoom. As always my first question to my guests…

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“GRAVEYARD SMASH” FROM KANDISHA PRESS IS VOLUME NUMBER 2 IN THE FANTASTICALLY AWESOME “WOMEN OF HORROR” ANTHOLOGY SERIES EDITED BY JILL GIRARDI. THIS IS “MUST HAVE” READING FOR HORROR FANS!

An amazing review from Brian James Lewis at Damaged Skull Reviewer!

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GRAVEYARD SMASH-Women of Horror Anthology Vol. 2
Edited by Jill Girardi
Kandisha Press
November 4, 2020
reviewed by Brian James Lewis

Happy 2021 everyone! I thought I would start the new year off right by reading some great horror fiction written by women. Kandisha Press never fails to provide a great selection in every one of their anthologies and Graveyard Smash is truly a 5 STAR reading experience by women of horror. We’re talking about Sonora Taylor, Lydia Prime, V. Castro, and Ally Peirse-who wrote the story from which this anthology gets its title. Sound cool? Then let’s dive in and check it out!

Sonora Taylor is one of my favorite authors, so I was looking forward to reading her contribution to Graveyard Smash. Amazingly enough, when I set the book on my lap, it fell open to the first page of The Clockmaker! How’s that for spooky? Nathaniel is…

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