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Beyond video nasties – Duncan Ralston in interview

1. Who is Duncan Ralston? Duncan Ralston is the author of the horror collections Gristle & Bone, Video Nasties and In Every Dark Corner, the novellas Wildfire, Woom and Ebenezer, and the novels Salvage, The Method, The Midwives and the Ghostland Trilogy. When not working behind the scenes in television, he enjoys the great outdoors, […]

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Interview with a Soul Catcher – Anthony M. Strong

Who is Anthony M. Strong? Anthony M. Strong is a British born writer living and working in the United States. He is the author of the popular John Decker series of supernatural adventure thrillers. Anthony has worked as a graphic designer, newspaper writer, artist, and actor. When he was a young boy, he dreamed of […]

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The Unforgotten Master of British Horror – Stephen Laws

It’s my great pleasure to interview Stephen Laws today. Stephen is a master of the horror genre and a leading light for the British scene in the 1980s and 90s alongside greats like James Herbert and Ramsey Campbell, at a time when horror still had its own section in books shops, and publishers didn’t pass […]

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The Man Who Collects Tears – Author Shawn Burgess

Who is Shawn Burgess? Shawn Burgess is a fiction author with a love for the dark, chilling, and unusual, whether that be in his own writing, or in his reading of the works of others. His debut novel, The Tear Collector, was published in 2019 and its sequel, Ghosts of Grief Hollow is due out […]

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Pugs and Paperbacks from Hell with horror author David Sodergren

1. Introducing David Sodergren David lives in Scotland with his wife Heather and his best friend, Boris the Pug. Growing up, he was the kind of kid who collected rubber skeletons and lived for horror movies. Not much has changed since then. His first novel, The Forgotten Island, was published in 2018. This was followed by Night […]

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The Independent Author’s Manifesto

This is the inaugural post of ‘The Independent Author’ part of my blog. I’ll post as regularly as I can about the topic of being an independent author, of the highs and lows and the lessons learned. But as an opener, this post is my manifesto for ‘The Independent Author.’ It doesn’t have to be […]

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