Review: Haunted Love: Tales of Ghostly Soulmates, Spooky Suitors, and Eternal Love

By Pamela K. Kinney

Gonsalves, Chris. Haunted Love: Tales of Ghostly Soulmates, Spooky Suitors, and Eternal Love. Globe Pequot; First edition (December 22, 2009). Paperback. 224 pp. $14.95. ISBN: 978-0762752768

Haunted Love: Tales of Ghostly Soulmates, Spooky Suitors, and Eternal Love by Chris Gonsalves is a varied collection of ghost stories and legends from around the world, all to do with love. As an author of my own nonfiction ghost books, I figured this would be one book …

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Review: Paranormal Week: Haunted Virginia

By Paula R. Stiles

Kinney, Pamela K. Haunted Virginia: Legends, Myths and True Tales. Atglen (PA): Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., 2009. 256 pp. $1499. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3281-4.

On this last day of Paranormal Week (All Soul’s Day), we review one more collection of regional legends. Haunted Virginia is a collection of spooky tales about the state of Virginia. There are 48 stories (or themes, as some chapters include more than one story if those are mere anecdotes), as well as a …

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Paranormal Week: An Introduction to Paranormal Investigations

By Pamela K. Kinney


So, you are fascinated by ghosts and goblins and things that go bump in the night? You always wanted to hunt ghosts, track Big Foot, or spy the Loch Ness Monster. Maybe becoming a paranormal investigator is just the thing for you. I don’t encourage amateurs without any training at all to conduct paranormal investigating, though. You need some idea of what you are doing before you go off into that graveyard or haunted building. I …

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Pamela K. Kinney: Readers’ favourite, issue 1

Congratulations to Pamela K. Kinney whose story “Azathoth is Here” was voted readers’ favourite in our Summer Fiction poll, thus winning $50. Runner-up was Caroline Totten for “By the Sea, by the Sea”.

Voting was open during the month of September and conducted via surveymonkey.com. We also tallied comments left at the Innsmouth Free website.

Voting for the Fall Fiction issue will take place January 2010, one month before our third issue is released into the world.…

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Review: Dracula

By Pamela K. Kinney

Stoker, Bram. Dracula. London: Oxford University Press, 1998 [originally published 1897].

Who hasn’t read Dracula? Whether you did it because you liked to read horror stories or because it was required by the high school or college English class you took, plenty of people have read it. Most people have complained how hard it was to wade through the book, due to the way it is written.

That’s because it was first published in …

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Interview: Pamela K. Kinney

Pamela K. Kinney’s story “Azathoth Is Here” appears in the Summer 2009 issue of Innsmouth Free Press.

Pamela K. Kinney is an author of published horror, science fiction, fantasy, horror, poetry, and the nonfiction book, Haunted Richmond, Virginia, published by Schiffer Publishing, along with Haunted Virginia: Legends, Myths and True Tales coming May 2009 from Schiffer Publishing, too. Using the pseudonym, Sapphire Phelan, she has published erotic and sweet paranormal/fantasy/science fiction romance, also poetry and a couple of …

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Azathoth Is Here

By Pamela K. Kinney

Most days working in a supermarket, the only excitement comes from jars falling off shelves and breaking or when a customer misuses ‘the customer is always right’ and makes your life hell. But Saturday night, I learned a new definition to the word ‘hell’.

My name is Alan Holly and I run one of the registers up-front, and I was trying to get Mrs. Piper checked out. A tiny, elderly lady with blue-tinted, thin hair, she …

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