Has some fake-ass eighties martial arts star attempted to draw you into an evil nest of odorous underboob? Not me, but reading this promotion piece for Kent Wayne's Dystopian Novel, Echo, makes me wish I had... My lower lip trembles. My right eye wells with a tear, threatening to spill over and wet my cheek. … Continue reading Echo: A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel [Reblog]
So after a previous post, looking at a horror comic, it got me thinking about horror in forms other than novels, in particular, comics and graphic novels. Alongside my writing, I'm going to have a go at turning one of my short stories into a comic / graphic novel. Now before you ask, I have … Continue reading The Top 10 Horror Comics of 2018 – Reblog
The weekend is nearly here, thank goodness. It's been a crazy few weeks here in the UK. We have had two 'terror' attacks in quick succession, and today is a general election, where we get to vote for who we would like to run the country. We are also going through 'Brexit' - a named … Continue reading Fragment Friday: Dystopian future for the UK edition.
Spennyriver is a place I like to visit from time to time. It's a fictional town deep in the heart of the Midlands, UK. It's a bit different from what I usually write, but I think it fits into the weird category. The Dispatch is the local newspaper that keeps us up to date on all the goings on … Continue reading Fragment Friday: Spennyriver Dispatch Edition
Win up to 10+ Horror eBooks! (2) Grand Prize "Gift Baskets" of ALL eBooks! (10+) Winners of Individual eBooks (randomly selected titles) Come inside to see what's on offer!! Click the image for the chance to win all of the above ten horror novels!! Mine is in there, A Sinister Six, so if you haven't got … Continue reading Massive horror giveaway! Win ten novels!
This is the end of my short story Jungle. It's the story of 2 children that discover there is more than just pictures in a book they find. All the parts can be found on this blog, or you can get the whole thing HERE. I hope you've enjoyed reading it as much as I have … Continue reading Chapterbuzz 10k Challenge: Final Update
This idea came to me, believe it or not, when I was in the cinema a while ago. It wasn't the film that the idea came from; it was one of the adverts before the film. It was for toothpaste, and the benefits of brushing your teeth. For whatever reason, I thought that the Tooth … Continue reading The Tooth Fairy: A Short Horror Story
Today, I have a guest author showcasing his book on Fragment Friday. May I offer for your enjoyment, Phillip T. Stephens, who today will be sharing an excerpt from his southwestern suspense novel, Cigerets, Guns & Beer. Can I point out, that the spelling of cigarets appears as it absolutely should. It is an alternative spelling in the … Continue reading Fragment Friday: Phillip T. Stephens Edition
The Chapterbuzz challenge is to write 10k words in March, but leo, I would like to invite you to read the story as it is written. It is a first draft, so bear that in mind! You can search for the other parts on this blog, or you can jump over to the Challenge website … Continue reading Chapterbuzz 10k Challenge Update 5
Part 8 (and links to all other parts) Here's part 9 of Merle's story. You can find links for all the other parts above. Merles has just arrived at Lucia's house to talk to her about what happened the previous day. Enjoy... “Coming, mum!” Merle heard Lu’s voice. She was upstairs. Probably playing with dolls, … Continue reading Merle’s Story Part 9: An unfortunate Superpower