Sunday Update! Art by Janny Wurts Marion: The primary read this week was Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s The Daughter of Doctor Moreau; an original tale heavily inspired by the H.G. Wells novel. Now I’ve started Leigh Bardugo’s King of Scars.

Sandy: Moi? I am currently reading a collection of “weird menace” horror stories by author Ralston Shields, released by Ramble House in 2014. The collection is entitled Food for the Fungus Lady and Other Stories and consists of tales culled from the pulp magazines Horror Stories, Terror Tales, and Dime Mystery Magazine, from the period 1937 – 1940. I am hugely enjoying this bizarre group of stories and look forward to sharing some thoughts about them with you all shortly….

Terry: I’ve started nothing new since I last wrote here, but did finally finish the (lengthy) Cemetery Road by Greg Iles. Now it’s back to a number of books I’ve started but shifted to back burners, particularly including Gideon the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir and Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett.


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    TIM SCHEIDLER, who's been with us since June 2011, holds a Master's Degree in Popular Literature from Trinity College Dublin. Tim enjoys many authors, but particularly loves J.R.R. Tolkien, Robin Hobb, George R.R. Martin, Neil Gaiman, and Susanna Clarke. When he’s not reading, Tim enjoys traveling, playing music, writing in any shape or form, and pretending he's an athlete.