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A DemonMinds Halloween 2010
|A DemonMinds Halloween 2010|
A DemonMinds Halloween 2010 Book Cover,
written by The DemonMaster, D. D. Monic,
Dr. Phyllis A. Roth and J. P. Moore
|Author(s)||The DemonMaster, D. D. Monic, Dr. Phyllis A. Roth and J. P. Moore|
|Publication date||October 2, 2010|
A DemonMinds Halloween 2010 is an anthology work by the authors: The DemonMaster, D. D. Monic, Dr. Phyllis A. Roth, and J. P. Moore. In this collection, one of the works has an appearance of Lilith as the owner of a brothel that holds a terrible secret.
- Title: A DemonMinds Halloween 2010
- Authors: The DemonMaster, D. D. Monic, Dr. Phyllis A. Roth and J. P. Moore
- Published By: CreateSpace
- Length: 250 Pages
- Format: eBook & Paperback
- ASIN: B009IUW9Y8
- ISBN-10: 1452849595
- ISBN-13: 978-1452849591
- Publishing Date: October 2, 2010
Ready for new worlds? Terror? Laughter? Welcome to A DemonMinds Halloween 2010. This year we are including, for your reading pleasure, 13 tales of terror, 2 new works of horror art, and 9 horror poems. We investigate Bram Stoker's novel Dracula and search for the real life Count Dracula. The DemonMaster's quest for evidence of vampires is chronicled in photographs.
To top it off, we interview Dr. Phyllis Roth, the author of several articles relevant to the topic of Dracula and the author of the definitive biography of Bram Stoker. Contributors Include: Gary McCluskey, Zac Mauer, Daniel Robichaud, Anna Sykora, Chris Morey, Joyce Frohn, KC Wilder, Tom Thornton, John Grey, Michael Shell, Jenna M. Pitman, Gustavo Bondoni, Kenneth Whitfield, April Grey, Bernard J. Schaffer, MZ Hoosen, Bruce Memblatt, C. S. Johnson, David Pickering, I. E. Lester, Jeffery Scott Sims, Coy Hall, Dark Matter, Rhonda Parrish.
So enter friends, freely and of your own will....
The following review is from the Amazon.com listing in the External Links below:
- 5 out of 5 stars
- All in All excellent, much better than previous editions
- Reviewed On: October 12, 2010
- Reviewed By: ScaryJohn
This run round the maypole is much better than the lukewarm 2008 edition. By the way, what happened to 2009?
The Good: The stories are good to excellent, the poems are very good again, and artwork is good. I would have paid double the price to get more from Doctor Roth on Bram Stoker; her interview was the jewel in this edition, but only four pages long. The theme in this one is Vampires/Transylvania/Dracula. The Transylvania pictures really added to the edition and the quotes from the novel Dracula were a nice touch. This book is big, good size for artwork and pictures. One of the better short story collections I've read this year.
Things to Improve: While the editing has improved it's not perfect (errors in punctuation and a few mis-spellings here and there). I would go with single spaced instead of double spaced in the next edition--save the planet, less paper, etc. Though it is surprisingly easier to read double spaced, no wonder our college professors had our essays double spaced. Finally, all together this is about novel length, room for a few more stories and poems especially if it is single spaced.
All in all, excellent effort. Made me think of the good old days when I looked forward to short story collections (SciFi and Horror) done by authors who cared about the craft. The slasher film rehash as a short story has been done enough...thanks for not including one in this.