Uli and Volg stepped lightly through the grounds of the necropolis, their stealthy motions churning up tendrils of mist from the clinging fog, the moonlight only faintly glinting off the blackened steel of their drawn swords.

            “Watch your step, Uli,” the dwarf muttered to his companion.

            “Watch my. . ?” The tall man’s grumbled reply cut off as his foot connected with a toppled marble tombstone obscured by mist. Volg’s hand clapped over Uli’s mouth, stifling the yelp of sudden pain.”

"Supernatural Horror in Literature" is an extended essay by author H.P. Lovecraft that examines the history of horror fiction up through his era. He wrote it between November 1925 and May 1927 and then revised it in 1933–1934. It was first published in 1927 in the magazine The Recluse and since then both on its own and in a number of collections. In this work, Lovecraft examines the roots of weird fiction in the gothic novel and then traces its development through such writers as Nathaniel Hawthorne, Edgar Allan Poe (who warrants his own chapter), and Ambrose Bierce. We are in the process of publishing here what we believe to be the first hyperlinked, fully illustrated version of this critical essay. 

"Supernatural Horror in Literature" is an extended essay by author H.P. Lovecraft that examines the history of horror fiction up through his era. He wrote it between November 1925 and May 1927 and then revised it in 1933–1934. It was first published in 1927 in the magazine The Recluse and since then both on its own and in a number of collections. In this work, Lovecraft examines the roots of weird fiction in the gothic novel and then traces its development through such writers as Nathaniel Hawthorne, Edgar Allan Poe (who warrants his own chapter), and Ambrose Bierce. We are in the process of publishing here what we believe to be the first hyperlinked, fully illustrated version of this critical essay. 

Following is Chapter 24 of the sequel to the Skirmisher Publishing LLC fantasy novel Swords of Kos: Necropolis!

Herein our heroes are confronted with a series of logistical and moral challenges and figure out how to both reconcile and use them to solve each other ...

Join alchemical rogue Paros, Elven barbarian Parthenia, transmuting wizard Pumayo, and moon priestess Selene in their Return to the Necropolis

Following is Chapter 23 of the sequel to the Skirmisher Publishing LLC fantasy novel Swords of Kos: Necropolis!

Herein our heroes finally receive the rewards they have shed so much blood, sweat, and tears for and, in the process, discover something completely unexpected  ...

Join alchemical rogue Paros, Elven barbarian Parthenia, transmuting wizard Pumayo, and moon priestess Selene in their Return to the Necropolis

Following is Chapter 22 of the sequel to the Skirmisher Publishing LLC fantasy novel Swords of Kos: Necropolis!

Herein our heroes finally come into contact with some persistent but elusive foes and go toe-to-toe with them in savage subterranean combat ...

Join alchemical rogue Paros, Elven barbarian Parthenia, transmuting wizard Pumayo, and moon priestess Selene in their Return to the Necropolis

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