Read My New Story!

When I'm not writing thrilling novels, one of my favorite things to do is to write short stories. They are usually horror, science fiction, fantasy or speculative fiction, and when they're done I send them out to be considered for anthologies, magazines, websites and competitions. One of the reasons I love writing short fiction is... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Gerald’s Game by Stephen King

In many ways this is the scariest King book I've ever read. The plot of Gerald's Game is simple: Jessie and Gerald Burlingame go away for the weekend to their cabin in the woods. During some raunchy foreplay where Jessie gets handcuffed to the bed, Gerald dies from a heart attack. You know how it... Continue Reading →

ARTWORK REVEAL – Original Illustration for At The Gate

They're finally here - the six original illustrations for my upcoming thriller, At The Gate, in all their beautiful glory! At The Gate is a dark and terrifying thriller, about a man named Joseph who's overcome with guilt and grief after losing his daughter. He checks in to The Gate on a mission to end... Continue Reading →

Pre-Order My Psychological Thriller – Win Amazing Art!

See those six illustrations on the table in front of me? Those that are intentionally out of focus and hidden behind a big business card? Those are the original artworks for my upcoming psychological thriller, At The Gate, all made by the incredible talented Axel Toth (@UrbanKnightArt). At The Gate is a dark, psychologically terrifying... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Boy In The Cellar by Stephen Smith

The most terrifying book you'll ever read - and it's all true! I love thrillers. Thrillers, horror, mysteries, crime and action, whatever it is, I love reading and watching things that can make my heart beat faster. So when I first discovered the true crime genre at some point in my early teens, I was... Continue Reading →

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