Attic Archives

I should explain that I don’t have a bookcase at home. I have a shelf where I put my most recent reads, but I incarcerated all my rare first editions and collectibles in yellow straight jackets in the attic. Visitation rights are limited, but I sometimes go up there and allow them some air fromContinue reading “Attic Archives”

Nip and Tuck

Editing is that stage where you have a big lump of a story, one grotesquely malformed and freakishly repulsive, and it’s time to whittle away the imperfections and smooth out the edges. Depending on how well you write that first draft, this part of the process can just be as protracted as conceiving the book.Continue reading “Nip and Tuck”

The Unholy Trinity

I’m going to forewarn you. If you’re squeamish, especially around anything surgically related, then perhaps refrain from scrolling too far down. However, if you’re of a disposition where the sight of a few metal clips holding together a large incision will not put you off your cornflakes, then read on! Are we good? Okay, thenContinue reading “The Unholy Trinity”

Human Tenderloin is Served

Today sees the release of my new horror short story collection HUMAN TENDERLOIN. With art work by revered horror photographer Thomas G Anderson, and author endorsements by Stephen Graham Jones, Paul Tremblay, Laurel Hightower, Sarah Read, Beverley Lee and Tyler Jones, I couldn’t have wished for a better start to this book. I’ll drop theContinue reading “Human Tenderloin is Served”

Heart of Glass Available for Preorder

On November 13th 2020 (which, incidentally, coincides with my birthday, should anyone wish to send presents or congratulations – insert winking emoji here), I have a new book coming out called, Heart of Glass. Here’s the blurb: Twenty-nine-year-old Jack Glass is cursed. He knows that he will die before he reaches the age of thirtyContinue reading “Heart of Glass Available for Preorder”