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”It had more than four legs…” 50 years ago BBC TV began a tradition of showing creepy ghost stories on Christmas Eve intended to scare the bejeebers out of young children and send them off to bed screaming and gibbering. Mostly these were short movies, shot on film (usually around 35 minutes) of ghost stories written by the Victorian antiquarian scholar, Montague Rhodes James. M R James was educated and lived his entire life in the academic world of Eton College and Kings College Cambridge. When he became Provost of Kings College he began writing ghost stories, using his extensive knowledge of ancient artefacts and manuscripts. James was very sociable towards his (all male) students and joined the Chit-Chat Club where, on a dark autumnal evening in 1893, he first treated a small gathering of eager boys to a reading of two ghost stories in his oak panelled college rooms. In the flickering candlelight, warmed by the open fire and generous measures of port wine, the students enjoyed the thrill of terror that became an eagerly anticipated annual event in the club’s calendar. In this film the late great Christopher Lee recreates MR James telling his story The Ash Tree. Watch it with the lights turned down, when it’s dark outside, and you’re alone…
I know that I haven’t posted much to GA lately, but I have still been very busy writing. JMS Books is publishing my collection of short supernatural stories, starting with the first story: The Lone Wolf. Publication date is set for March 10th 2013. Here is the cover art for the first book: http://www.jms-books.com/ They are a collection of 5 sexy stories, fast paced, pieces of flash fiction that are raw, emotional, and sooo very steamy. After all 5 ebooks are published, they will also be in a single volume book for sale in books stores under the title “Bump In The Night.” Release Dates: Book 1: Lone Wolf ~ March 10, 2013 Book 2: Fate Drops In ~ April 28, 2013 Book 3: When Darkness Falls ~ May 19, 2013 Book 4: A Roommate Wanted ~ June 2, 2013 Book 5: The Prey ~ June 16, 2013 Thanks so much for all the readers here at GA that have encouraged me along the way. I have several more projects planned for this year so check back in to see what else I'm working on. I'll post the cover art for the next story as soon as I get it. Thanks again! KC
[sharedmedia=stories:stories:4393] This is the right place to bash "Unwilling" to a pulp I've gotten quite a bit of feedback the last few weeks, thanks for that by the way! But there are things and details you just can't discuss in reviews, so please feel free to do it here. I'll try to answer any and all questions, as long as I don't give away things you'll be able to read about in a later chapter.
This is a story forum for readers of lomax61's first story Uninvited Guest to discuss themes and topics of the story with each other and the author. For those of you who may have tripped on this thread and not yet seen the story: https://www.gayauthors.org/story/lomax61/uninvitedguest The setting is partly rural England and partly London, and Iomax has introduced us to several interesting characters, mysteries, and dramatic situations in the eight chapters posted so far. And I apologize to lomax for spelling his name with capital I instead of l. It was only as I wrote him a PM I realized my mistake.