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CC Adams
London-based author of horror and dark fiction. Born and raised in the nation's capital, and proud of.
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CC Adams 4h
Humbling, as always, to make the cut. Thank you to
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CC Adams 19h
Replying to @GNHorror
I always maintain no matter how good you are at your game, there'll always be those who simply don't like what you do. That holds true for an author, EIC ...or a person. Take heart, boss. You know who's got love for you. Including me. Stand strong and proud.
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CC Adams Aug 18
Haven't had enough time to deliberate for a definitive answer. But Susan Hill's "The Woman In Black" would be a contender.
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CC Adams Aug 18
Reviewing the schedule for . Which thankfully looks to be a step up from last year. We shall see.
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CC Adams Aug 17
Replying to @LydianFaust
"Thor" by Wayne Smith.
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CC Adams Aug 15
Replying to @Sephera @imgflip
Will be in there like swimwear.
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CC Adams Aug 14
Another 1000 words this last hour Time to call it a night.
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CC Adams Aug 14
And thanks very much to all who took the time to vote.
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CC Adams Aug 14
Replying to @WilsonTheWriter
John Carpenter's "The Thing" (Main Theme & Humanity) Phantasm - Piano Theme The Evil Dead (1981) - Opening piano theme The Omen (1976) - end credits theme
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CC Adams Aug 14
Outstanding.
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CC Adams Aug 14
Be advised, she's got game. Tracy Fahey, ladies and gentlemen.
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CC Adams Aug 13
Ah, good. So it's not just me.
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CC Adams Aug 13
Yep. Some delightfully dark work there.
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CC Adams Aug 13
Those I love. Have you ever seen 's work?
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CC Adams Aug 11
Replying to @AGAWilmot
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CC Adams Aug 11
I know what time it is. The muse knows what time it is. Two become one.
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CC Adams Aug 11
Be advised. Mr. Macabre has something he wants you to hear. , ladies and gentlemen.
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CC Adams Aug 9
Replying to @ReviewsHead
Back at you, boss.
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CC Adams Aug 8
Replying to @wordbotherer
I hear that. If I don't write, I start to feel complacent. Even if it's something as 'simple' as looking for a quote to lead a story with.
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CC Adams Aug 8
Replying to @FondaJLee
Most likely, characters I'd meet. And in some instances, characters I'd rather not meet.
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