Monday, 28 December 2015
My first piece in about 12 months is over at http://predictionfiction.blogspot.co.uk so why not take a look or have a go yourself, new writers are always welcome, as well as lost sheep returning to the fold.
Monday, 14 July 2014
I'm more than a little Excited today, because No Sight For The Saved has been launched, an anthology of work inspired by a great artist of the horror genre Niall Parkinson. I'm a big fan of Niall's work so I'm incredibly proud to be one of the authors chosen to be in this anthology. Each written piece is inspired by and accompanied by an image of an original art work by Niall. Grab the opportunity to own a great book on kindle.
No Sight For The Saved - Amazon UK
No Sight For The Saved - Amazon USA
Thursday, 13 March 2014
The schedule for Days of Madness has now been published. My offering "The Talking Hand" goes online on Wednesday the 19th. However I am totally overwhelmed by the talent that surrounds me that I would urge that you visit starting tomorrow to read some great original fiction. Days of madness
Saturday, 8 March 2014
The authors of this years Days of Madness (DOM) have been announced over at Chris Allinote's Leaky Pencil.
I'm very proud and honoured to have been chosen to be amongst some very fine company, some fantastic talent for whom I hold a great admiration.
You can keep up with the madness over at http://chrisallinotte.blogspot.co.uk which starts 15/03/2014
Friday, 3 May 2013
The wind sweeps through this forgotten seaside town,
William Davoll (C) 2012
Saturday, 9 March 2013
Friday, 24 August 2012
She didn’t like the curtains at first, but had to admit she was a convert now the swag was pulled tight around Sebastian’s neck. The disgusting vermilion material suited the gasping pallor of his pleading face. As life departed, a damp patch bloomed in the crotch of his tightly packed Italian slacks. She smiled a cold calculated satisfaction, “£10,000 for curtains and a tub of crimson emulsion.” She muttered to herself. Thanks to his dodgy stepladders, the whole thing looked like a mishap. At least Sebastian finally lived up to the promise of his slogan, “Rooms to die for…”