Well, the day is finally here, folks. Regular readers will know that I am (just) one of the writers involved in the Shadows at the Door anthology project. The Kickstarter for the anthology is now live and we need your help.
This anthology is devoted to promoting ghost stories and horror in the classic tradition; M. R. James fans should like this book. We are offering tales of creeping unease in hardback, eBook and audio formats.
Please, if you can, help us get this project that means so much to all of us off the ground. If you are able to make a pledge that would be amazing, but even if you can’t you can still help by spreading the word. Share our posts, tweets and blogs; help us get the word out. Any and all help is appreciated.
Check out the campaign video on the kickstarter page for more information. If you’d like to know more about the writers involved just visit my author interviews to get to know them.
Hi, guys! I thought I’d get in on the sale madness this year. I’ve decided to reduce The Haunted Chamber and Other Stories to just 99p through from Black Friday to Cyber Monday! Just follow the link to get your copy. As always every like, share, or purchase is greatly appreciated.
The paperback is finally out! This edition combines all the stories from A Spirited Evening and Other Stories and The Haunted Chamber and Other Stories in one paperback edition. Just click here or on the image to see the book on Amazon or here to see it on Goodreads
I know things have been a little quiet on my blogs recently so I thought I’d break the silence today by sharing with you a quote from my latest release The Haunted Chamber and Other Stories, due out on the 31st of October. That’s right Halloween! It seemed like a good day to release a book of ghostly stories.
The Haunted Chamber and Other Stories is not a completely new book; Lifting the Veil was originally published as a short. Three of the stories were also previously published as Mysterious Tales but in all honesty that never really took off. So they’ve been tweaked and re-edited, and I’m much happier with them now. They are joined here by two brand new, never released stories and a brand new cover designed by an old college pal of mine. I discussed one of his other projects in an earlier post. Over all I’m much happier with this new release. Self publishing has been a learning curve and hopefully I’ve learned from my mistakes and wont make them again!
As always, your support is really appreciated. Thanks guys!