A little peekaboo!

So, my short horror story ‘Bag of Buttons’ has been out for 3 weeks now. It reached number 13 in the horror short story category and has managed to hang around the top 100. To those you bought it, a massive thank you. To those who reviewed it, a big hug from me!  But some […]

On writing…

This isn’t a blog trying to mimic what Stephen King did with his book ‘On Writing’. I am no where near experienced enough to offer either advice or support in the field of literature, so I won’t even make a daft attempt!  But I would like to share some thoughts; isn’t that what a blog […]

So, what’s happening?

Well, not as much as most indie writers out there who seem to be placing submissions everywhere at the moment. I will get to the point where I’m writing more, but unfortunately I’m not at the stage where I’m writing 3 books a year! I’m a slow burner!  But what I have written this year […]

Where did they all go?

In the late eighties and early nineties a young boy walks into Waterstones to look at all the new release short story magazines. He searches the shelves searching for the right genre. He by-passes the mystery and crime magazines, the graphic comics, the science fiction, and he stumbles upon the horror section. He picks up the […]

2017 book releases you really shouldn’t miss!

This year is an excited year in book releases. There are 4 books that stick out from the rest. Mostly, for myself, is the release of Gwendy’s Button Box, written by Stephen King and Richard Chizmar. This will be released on 30th May 2017. If you want to grab yourself a copy, go over to cemeterydance.com for […]

Dark Places Evil Faces 2

It’s been a while since I posted here, but I’ve been busy with other stuff. Rats in the Loft will be out shortly, and then I think it’ll be back to the edits of the Unlikely Kind. Dark Places Evil Faces Anthology will be out at Halloween 17 so looking forward to this! But will […]

Getting Personal with Mark Lumby

Mark Lumby is a talented and funny guy. He adores his family and works hard. I have enjoyed getting to know him better these last several months and reading his writing. I really got to know Mark w… Source: Getting Personal with Mark Lumby