Tamara Thorne at Mysterious Galaxy


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It’s just hours until tomorrow’s Halloween party/book signing at Mysterious Galaxy in San Diego tomorrow at 2 pm where my collaborator, Tamara Thorne, will be signing books. If you’re in the San Diego area, be sure to stop by, or if you can’t make it and want some signed or personalized books for yourself or gift-giving, just give the store a call at 858-268-4747. They have them all in stock.
Their website is: http://mystgalaxy.com/

As a fun side-note, Tamara’s were among the books I had been reading in the mid-nineties when I decided that writing was what I wanted to do. So if you like your horror sharp, witty, and a little bit funny, I’m confident you’ll be as inspired as I was. You can visit Tamara at: www.tamarathorne.com

Thank you and have a wonderful Halloween.

Mr. Cross

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HORROR, DARK SHADOWS AND ME


My co-author Tamara Thorne is doing a book signing at Dark Del’s tomorrow. She will be signing with Lara Parker, the actress who played Angelique in the original Dark Shadows, and horror legend Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, and Amber Benson, who played Tara on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Very exciting stuff. If you haven’t yet, go give Tamara Thorne a like on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/tamarathornebooks

Tamara Thorne's Little Blog of Horrors

Tomorrow, Saturday the 14th,  I’m signing books at Dark Delicacies alongside one of my childhood idols, Lara Parker, who played Angelique on the original Dark Shadows, and I’m just a wee bit giddy about it.  Woohoo! I get to sit next to Angelique!  Very little arouses my inner fangirl, but this sure does!

Quentin Angelique

Dark Shadows came on when I was in elementary school.  Because it had a spooky feel I raced home to watch it every day.  At first, I hung in with the series simply because gothically spooky old Collinwood looked like it should be full of ghosts, but when vampire Barnabus Collins was barnaintroduced – quickly followed by witches (Angelique!), ghosts (Quentin!), werewolves and all sorts of other delights – I was well and truly hooked.

Dark Shadows touched every facet of my life.  From earliest childhood I could never get enough of…

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