My psychological horror story is being published!
It's been a weird few weeks. Ever since I moved back home from the Arctic at the start of the month, days have been blending together. I feel like I've had far too much to do and nothing at all at the same time. Like everything has changed, yet it's all the same. I've tried... Continue Reading →
I like reading horror - yet I rarely find it scares me. It's a weird kind of irony, I know. Pet Sematary was never on my radar, but it was suggested to me on Twitter once when I asked what book scared people the most. A lot of people voted for Pet Sematary - and... Continue Reading →
This is slightly embarrassing to admit, but I'd never heard of James Herbert until I came across this book - at the same time, this is some of the most terrifying horror I've ever read. I love horror, but more often than not, it fails to scare me. Sure, it's creepy, and there's a dark... Continue Reading →
Dark Tides is a horror anthology, and a special on at that. Put together and edited by John J. Questore, it's a charity anthology, dedicated to those affected by the Virginia Beach shooting, 31 May, 2019. It's a work to be admired. I was excited about the book as soon as I heard about the... Continue Reading →
One of the best places to be a writer is Twitter. No joke. I love it not only to find cool books, meet new people, and talk about the books we love, but also because it's a great place to brainstorm with like-minded people. One thing we talked about a little while ago was working... Continue Reading →