Post apocalyptic dystopian supernatural thriller horror fiction – the trouble with Genre

Recently I’ve been considering the genre of my novel The Log House.  From the moment I began writing, I had always considered it a horror novel. Horror was always what I wrote, after all. Besides, what could a novel about a creepy forest filled with monsterous children be, if not horror? Many things, apparently. Since … Continue reading Post apocalyptic dystopian supernatural thriller horror fiction – the trouble with Genre

5(+1) books that you can help to publish – And there’s a genre for everyone! @unbounders

Crowdfunding is the new trend in publishing. It enables an author to raise the funds for publication and develop an audience. It also enables readers to backs the books they want to see published, helping to shape the publishing industry. Unbound is one of many publishers who run via a crowdfunding model, and they’ve had … Continue reading 5(+1) books that you can help to publish – And there’s a genre for everyone! @unbounders

The Log House – My characters, and why none of them are good people.

I have always been fascinated by morally ambiguous characters. Villains, anti-heroes and anti-villains have always been my favourite characters to read, watch and write. There’s something fun and more human about them. Typical heroes are easy to work out – they do what is right, for the good of all. But that’s not always the … Continue reading The Log House – My characters, and why none of them are good people.