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Madame Movara’s Tales of Terror

October 20, 2016

Wonderful and terrifying too. Lock the doors, check in the wardrobe and under the bed. Keep very quiet as you read this fabulous collection of toe-tickers, spine-cracklers by 29 mad authors with amazing illustrations and so much more. Great for any time of the year but especially Halloween. In aid of Save The Children – there’s something for everyone. Peep if you dare, buy if you have nerves of steel. Enjoy and delight in Madame Movara’s Tales of Terror.


Today, 20th October, sees the launch of the eBook version of Madame M – a terrifying creature if ever there was one!

However, because this is a charity anthology in aid of Save the Children, authors, editors and illustrators have risked everything to contribute – and hang the consequences.

You can bag your copy at for a mere £2.29 – all proceeds go to the charity.

If you prefer to get your hands on a paperback, go to – ditto all proceeds.

You will find something for everyone – not all the stories are super-scary (mine isn’t!)

What are you waiting for? Just don’t let Madame M catch you, or this is what you’ll end up like:


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  1. jfredlee permalink

    CONGRATULATIONS, Jane! I hope the collection does so well, it’s scary!

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    • Thanks Jeff, I do hope so too – Save The Children will benefit from sales which is all I am concerned with. 🙂 xx


  2. Oooh, sounds deliciously creepy!!

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