Writing Impromptus … (2)

Just came across The Vampire Cemetery by Tim Flanagan and immediately thought what a good setting for a gothic novel the location would make: built in the 1800s, and with apparently unexplained figures emerging from tombs (on one occasion as many as four – some kind of conference, perhaps? ) – there is surely a wealth of writing material to be mined here.

Of course, things are rarely as they seem – this could work both ways, and reminds me of Cass McMain’s ‘Watch‘ of which she has said: ‘People who like vampires should be warned that there are no vampires in Watch; those who don’t like vampires should be warned that there are vampires in Watch.’ And with that enigmatic twirl, I leave you with a couple of images to further tickle those creative synapses …

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