...a writer of weird things.
Scary only in ink.
Not only is it International Women's Day, but I just had an email from Random House informing me that 5 - 11 March was British Pie Week.Two very good reasons to be cheerful.
Ooh, and me on a diet as well. They need to reschedule pie week.
Yeah, but diet is just die with a t on the end, and obviously not a concept we need to believe in.And later in the month - again, according to Random House - there are Chocolate Festivals in Brighton, Oxford and London.
You're killing me here ;)
Pie week? Me likee. I haven't had a pie for so loooong. Good post, Cate. It's got me wondering about the mechanics of fear.
The Wizard of Oz is brilliant, plenty of scary stuff there. I used to be scared of the scarecrow when really little, but the flying monkeys make me shiver even now. I'd love to write for an Oz anthology, so much horrible fun to be had...
I guess that makes me a crow. :-(
Oh man, don't you join in the tempting, Deborah ;) (and thank you)Ha! Ray. There was an Oz anthology a couple of years ago. I remember writing a terrible story for it.
Terrible as in causing great fear, or terrible as in not very good? (I can't believe the latter.)
Oh no, seriously the latter.
Fun article. And, yeah, clowns and the flying monkey things in Wizard of OZ are the scariest. Apart from those wax dolls with the dead faces. Yeech.
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