TIH 388: Gemma Amor on Calling Darkness, Haunted Pubs, and Being Kind To Yourself

TIH 388 Gemma Amor on Calling Darkness, Haunted Pubs, and Being Kind To Yourself

In this podcast Gemma Amor talks about Calling Darkness, haunted pubs, being kind to yourself, and much more.

About Gemma Amor

Gemma Amor is the Bram Stoker Award-nominated author of Dear Laura, Cruel Works of Nature, Till The Score is Paid, and White Pines. She is also a podcaster, illustrator and voice actor, and is based in Bristol, in the U.K.

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