This is a profile of Esmeralda Avine from my horror novel ‘The Cornwall Ghost Story.’ She is very much a tortured spirit.
An excerpt from Evil Deeds
This is an excerpt from my horror novel Evil Deeds.
My Third Tutorial
This is my third tutorial on the art of writing horror. It covers the five senses and what makes a character an individual in his own right.
To commemorate passing the 300 mark in total views since my website’s inception I would like to throw the ball back into your court, my faithful viewers. Is there any branch of the horror field you would like me to… Read More ›
Victoria Marchbank: an embittered woman
This is the first profile blog on my horror novel Retribution. I plan to provide profiles on all of the main characters in this my first horror novel which was originally written in the early nineties. I will explain my… Read More ›
My Second Tutorial
Hello everyone and welcome to my long-awaited second tutorial on the art of horror writing. Today I want to touch on one of the inventive ways writers can produce ideas to give their work that extra special something which is… Read More ›
James Franklin the farmer
Right, the time has now arrived for me to draw back the curtain and reveal to you one of the main players in my novel Evil Deeds. He appears from the first to be a good man who is made… Read More ›
My first Tutorial
Welcome to my first tutorial blog. Here I will delve into my personal box of tricks as a horror writer. I will open my studio door to you and share the inner workings of my mind. This might not be… Read More ›
Robert Jacobs the land agent
I would like to introduce you to the unfeeling land agent in ‘Evil Deeds’ my horror novel which is set in the English countryside. He goes by the name of Robert Jacobs and is a most unpleasant individual. He works… Read More ›
The Wonderful World of Horror
I find there is something magical about the world of horror fiction. The possibilities are endless in this greatest of all literary genres. I have a particular passion for writing supernatural tales. This stems from my childhood when I gained… Read More ›