Friday, 3 February 2017

Let's Meet The Neighbors...

Yes, the American spelling is correct: The Neighbors is the new anthology from Zimbell House Publishing and the theme is the folks who live next door with a variety of takes on what makes them odd. I've contributed two stories.

The first, Flawed, is about that problem that afflicts everyone who ever moves in beside you - they have a flaw. Only, this time, the new neighbours don't seem to have one. What dark secret are they hiding? It's a humorous short in the manner of the film The 'Burbs.

My second story in this collection is Over For Dinner and it brings in a certain yellow-hued Mythos as gaining new neighbours turns into a horrific experience.

You can order The Neighbors from Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk in both paperback and on the Kindle.

Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Different Masks

My Yellow Mythos novella Different Masks is now available as issues six and seven of The Yellow Sign from Rainfall Books.


Thursday, 12 January 2017

Winter's Grasp

A definite chill in the air, we're caught firmly in Winter's Grasp, which also happens to be the title of the new anthology from Fantasia Divinity. The book opens with my frozen fairy tale/Grail Myth, The Raven Princess. Available in paperback and on the Kindle from Amazon.




Monday, 2 January 2017

The Bone Lord and other horrors...

My flash fiction story The Bone Lord and five poems all appear in the December 2016 issue of Siren's Call ezine. Read the issue for free here.

Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Electric Love

Love blooms even in cyberspace leading to adventure in the dark cyberpunk future of a broken Britain in my story of corporate extraction, Electric Love, available on the Kindle in the anthology Altered States II.

Other stories in the anthology are:

Davi Leiko Till Midnight -- William F. Wu
Expiration Date -- CC Aune
Droids Don’t Cry -- Sam S. Kepfield
Doubleblind -- Jay Barnson
Killadelphia -- Pedro Iniguez
Twenty Percent -- R.M. Harper
The Patch -- Frank Roger
In The Beginning Was The Microchip -- Erin Lale
PIE -- Patrick Loveland
Silencing The Machine -- Tom Borthwick
Hermit Crab -- Chris Reynolds
Speak Now -- Thomas Olges
The Devil's Hat -- Gary B. Phillips
Limitless -- Mathew X. Gomez
When The Worm Turns --Tanja Cilla
Biomorph -- Roy C. Booth (originally serialized in Phase 2 Magazine, #'s 2 - 5)
The Smoke in Death’s Eye -- Jorge Salgado-Reyes (ARC novel excerpt)

Monday, 28 November 2016

Travel back in time...

Read my story The Return in issue four of Fantasia Divinity magazine - order it (pb/kindle) from Amazon.com (Kindle)/ Amazon.com (pb) and Amazon.co.uk (Kindle)/ Amazon.co.uk (pb).

In the fourth issue of Fantasia Divinity Magazine, we feature five stories by very talented writers. First, "What Color are Her Eyes" by Tyson West is a story inspired by the classic fairy tale Snow White in a modern ranch setting. Then in "Shoreside" by Vonnie Winslow Crist, a day at the beach is anything but for one woman who is torn between her duty to her family and the call of the sea. Next in "Not in the Stars" by Caroline Sciriha, a young woman journeys back in time and meets her inspiration. In “The Return” by DJ Tyrer, a woman must return to her childhood home following the death of her father, where she discovers a mysterious machine that takes her back to the one day she wants to forget the most. And lastly in "Bring Down the Sun" by Randy Hulshizer, a young girl who has a highly coveted gift seeks to escape the clutches of those who wish to use her.