Book Review / Horror
Book / Horror
Elizabeth Earle started life by waking up and becoming unsatisfied with reality. A member of a big family, always being lumbered with the stool at Sunday Dinner and specialising in beating grown (somewhat tipsy) men at left handed arm wrestling, she debuts her first published work, Tartarus.
Tartarus was born from
a lifetime of nightmares and shaped into the shape of a book with
the terror of sleep paralysis, as a way of revenge from those
nightly hallucinations. Diane Stillman, the heroine of Tartarus
was created to bring these demons into account and to kick their
Elizabeth can be found looking for buried treasure in your gardens, can be heard singing Queen (terribly) in the shower, and seen in the shadows of Warwickshire, cooking up another story.
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