A new review of The Skeleton Melodies is up at the always impressive Sublime Horror. “The Skeleton Melodies by Clint Smith review – a study in the uncanny and an experiment in half-forgotten memories” by Brontë Crawford. “This is a book that’s at once comfortably strange and unnervingly familiar, a study in the uncanny and an experiment in half-forgotten memories where even nostalgia can be a catalyst for fear.”
Received the much-welcome notification that Allen Kell is up to his old tricks, providing a musical excerpt-promo (what I hope is the first installment of several) for my novella, “Haunt Me Still,” which can be found in my upcoming collection, The Skeleton Melodies.
For those who need a refresher, Allen Kell is the lead singer and guitarist for the Indy band, Shadeland. Tremendously creative as he is, Kell’s also generated several solo projects, and has produced a number of “soundtrack” pieces for my short stories.