Winter Tales



Winter Tales Free Author Margr T Helgad Ttir Easyfaroairporttransfers.co.uk The Cold Is Bone Deep As The Winter Storms Rage A Wolf S Howl Pierces The Forest At Night Stay Close To The Fire And Each Other For Winter Tales Dark, Grim, Beautiful And Grotesque We Are Delighted To Bring You A Collection Of Speculative Winter Stories And Poems From New And Established Writers WINTER TALES Edited By Margr T Helgad TtirWinter Tales

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  • Paperback
  • Winter Tales
  • Margrét Helgadóttir
  • English
  • 02 May 2018

10 thoughts on “Winter Tales

  1. says:

    Some winter reading for the summer This is a fine short story collection centred around winter Ranging from charming to horrifying I think you ll find a few that stay with you For me highlights were The Bothy by Su Haddrell, Sunday s Child by Fiona Clegg C...

  2. says:

    Huddle down by the fire, for the nights are drawing in, and the clawed hand of winter is closing tightly on the land Ironically, I started reading this just as we got our first actually hot days of spring in this part of the world But not to worry, because now it s howling a gale and lashing down with rain outside, and what passes for summer in England is as close to winter as makes no difference But I digress In the eons before Skyplussing and Playstation, people would while away the long w Huddle down by the fire, for the nights are drawing in, and the clawed hand of winter is closing tightly on the land Ironically, I started reading this just as we got our first actually hot days of spring in this part of the world But not to worry, because now it s howling a gale and lashing down with rain outside, and what passes for summer in England is as close to winter as makes no diff...

  3. says:

    I won this book through Goodreads First ReadsThank You, Margr t Helgad ttir, for sending me the free copy of the book When I received this book I was thinking that I had a little problem.This was the beginning of a hot summer, and there was no correlation between the frozen worlds of the book and the sweltering world outside it.No snow, no frost, not even the crackling fireplace to fully submerge myself in the diffe...

  4. says:

    Winter Tales is an extensive selection of short stories to be told in the dark or by the flickering of candlelight, as chilly as the season they celebrate A few are by well known authors, but most were new to me, which is always exciting A big shout out to Mat Joiner and Eliza Chan as to of my favourites, along with the expected tour de force from Adrian Tchaikovsky While this isn t the strongest anthology I ve read this year, there are enough intriguing tales to merit a look and get to know Winter Tales is an extensive selection of short stories to be told in the dark or by the flickering of candlelight, as chilly as the season they celebrate A few are by well known a...

  5. says:

    Bring a blast of winter cold into your homeI got a lot of pleasure out of this collection of frosty tales The different voices of the authors shine through and many of the stories have sparked my imagination.A book for dipping into on dark nights by the fire when the snow swirl...

  6. says:

    A diverse collection of strange tales, all connected by their winter themes I found that the collection on the whole skewed towards the horror end of the speculative fiction scale, which is fine, but wasn t mentioned in the blurb Interesting tales, skillfully executed, and all within that amazing...

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  8. says:

    I have a story in this anthology, so my rating and review are excluding The Siege I will review the rest of the anthology, and then reflect on my own contribution.Favorite Story The Bothy by Su Haddrell I wasn t initially invested in this story, but by the ending I fist pumped the air It s a suspense builder with a deliciously creepy ending.Runner Up Spirit of the Season by Jonathan Ward This reminded me of It Follows with a delightful holiday twist.Second Runner Up Cold Hearted by G.H Fin I have a story in this anthology, so my rating and review are excluding The Siege I will review the rest of the anthology, and then reflect on my own contribution.Favorite Story The Bothy by Su Haddrell I wasn t initially invested in this story, but by the ending I fist pumped the air It s a suspense builder with a deliciously creepy ending.Runner Up Spirit of the Season by Jonathan Ward This reminded me of It Follows with a delightful holiday twist.Second Runner Up Cold Hearted by G.H Finn Unlike The Bothy, this story had me hooked from the beginning, but by the end it had stacked one too many hats on hats for me to fully handle and enjoy The narrative style is fantastic though.Favorite Poem Under Your Skin by Amelia GormanInclusion Award Yukizuki by Eliza Chan The story is based on Japanese folklore and includes LGBTQ characters.Honorable Mentions Winter in the Vivarium by Tim Major The dystopian setting and atmosphere he created were great Snow Angel by Lizz Ayn Shaarawi I enjoye...

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