A Dozen Dreadfuls

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It's been said if two or more people strongly agree on any one thing, no matter how unlikely, that thing will come to pass. When art lovers and critics alike unanimously acclaim Sam Forbes' monsters in his Dozen Dreadfuls series as real enough to step right off the canvas and into the world, they unwittingly unleash a rash of gory killings and a plague of terror as well.
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About Charlotte Holley

. . . Author of Magic and Dreams . . . Indie Publisher

Charlotte Holley has an inborn love of all mysteries and the supernatural, and has been reading and writing about the paranormal for more than forty years. A mass communications major, she has written and published newsletters, magazine and newspaper articles, as well as poems and short stories since receiving her bachelor’s degree in 1980. As a beaded jewelry designer, she has also self-published thirty pattern collections on CD and in ebook form and has produced over 400 individual original patterns.

Having spent several years as a professional psychic, she has had extensive experience with the spirit world and has observed supernatural dramas that defy all rational explanation. Charlotte uses her expertise and story-telling ability to weave powerful tales of mystery and horror, of love and deceit and of the overpowering desire of the human nature to make things right.

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Reviews of A Dozen Dreadfuls by Charlotte Holley

Dawn Colclasure reviewed on Nov. 3, 2021

"Careful what you wish for. It just might come true."
This is the ultimate fear of every creative: That what we create might become reality. I have had this fear as a poet, as many poems I wrote materialized into reality. Then there's that apprehension that no one will believe that the reality was written about -- or created -- before it came true.
They say authors are the fortune tellers of the future. We don't write the future; we create it. The same can be true of artists. And that's a lesson Sam Forbes learns in this story. I really enjoyed reading this story. It captured my interest from the very beginning and I held on until the end. And such a satisfying ending! This story was written so well and I just might end up coming back to it to read again. It is that good!
(reviewed 5 years after purchase)
Dawn Colclasure reviewed on Nov. 3, 2021
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"Careful what you wish for. It just might come true."
This is the ultimate fear of every creative: That what we create might become reality. I have had this fear as a poet, as many poems I wrote materialized into reality. Then there's that apprehension that no one will believe that the reality was written about -- or created -- before it came true.
They say authors are the fortune tellers of the future. We don't write the future; we create it. The same can be true of artists. And that's a lesson Sam Forbes learns in this story. I really enjoyed reading this story. It captured my interest from the very beginning and I held on until the end. And such a satisfying ending! This story was written so well and I just might end up coming back to it to read again. It is that good!
(reviewed 5 years after purchase)
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