Why a charity anthology?

Somewhere in 2016 I decided to do a collection of my own short stories. This was to be called Dark Places, Evil Faces. But then my mum got cancer. It doesn’t matter what cancer she had, although at the time I didn’t really contemplate how bad it was, as months unfolded I knew it wasn’t […]


Neil Gaiman’s Trigger Warning’s.

Although published in 2013, this is a book I’ve wanted to read for a while and came across the find in our local charity shop. Trigger Warning is a collection of short to slightly longer reads. It’s approximately 300 pages in length. From the start of the book, I was thinking that each story had […]

Let’s take a break

Its been a while since I’ve posted anything. I’m a bit rusty, so here goes! Social media can be fun, but for the most part, a distraction. And it’s quite sad how much we spend on it, whether a it’s Facebook or Twitter or instagram or whatever it is you do. Sometimes it’s needed for […]


So…the beginning of June saw the release of my latest novel ‘The Debt’. It’s available at Amazon as an ebook and paperback. Buy the book As an indie writer, I’ve always considered doing audiobook, but the cost of paying for a producer was out of my reach. Until I looked into Audible and realized the […]

Release dates.

So, the Debt has been finished and edited by Lisa Lee. For me, this seems different from the other stuff I write. I always try to add something and in this one there are a few things that hopefully will shock a lot of readers. Its on pre-order at the moment so you can buy […]


Dark Places, Evil Faces 2 is a charity anthology looking for original stories of horror and dark suspense. This is non-profit and all money raised will be donated. Word count should be between 5,000-10,000 words, although slightly shorter stories will be considered. Genre: Horror/Dark Suspense/Psychological/shocking/twisted. The stories should be horror in whatever disturbing form. Remember, […]

An Interview with Joe R. Lansdale

  Lansdale has written novels and stories in many genres, including Western, horror, science fiction, mystery, and suspense. He has also written for comics as well as Batman: The Animated Series. He has written 45 novels and published 30 short story collections along with many chapbooks and comic book adaptations. Several of his novels have been […]

An Interview with Graham Masterton

Graham Masterton (born 16 January 1946 in Edinburgh) is a British horror author. Originally editor of Mayfair and the British edition of Penthouse, Graham Masterton’s first novel The Manitou was released in 1976. This novel was adapted in 1978 for the film The Manitou. Further works garnered critical acclaim, including a Special Edgar Awardby the Mystery […]

MrCreepyPasta and YouTube

Counting down the 13 days to Halloween, and to promote the Dark Places, Evil Faces Anthology, Vincent V Cava very kindly handed over a selective number of stories from the Anthology to be narrated and read out to over 1 million subscribers. This would not have happened without the narrative talents of MrCreepyPasta. To MCP […]