What’s coming up in my writing world

October is going to be an exciting month for me. I have my new supernatural novel, Through the Nethergate, coming out on Amazon in a few weeks time and I am looking forward to participating in some Halloween blogging fun to promote it. I will be participating in Teri Polen’s Dark Moon Rising series where she posts a blog about a supernatural, horror or dark psychological thriller every day for the whole month. I am really looking forward to being part of it this year.


In addition to my own supernatural novel, I also have short stories in two new anthologies that will be launching this month.

The first is Nightmareland, edited by USA Today and Amazon best selling author Dan Alatorre, which is an anthology of short horror stories. I have three stories in this anthology, namely, The Siren Witch, A Death Without Honour and The Path to Atonement. Each of these stories is quite different and I enjoyed writing them.

Nightmareland is the sequel to Dark Visions, which I participated in last year with two short horror stories, The Willow Tree and The Haunting of William.

The Willow Tree

The second anthology is a collection of Wordcrafter paranormal short stories called Whispers of the Past, edited by Kaye Lynne Booth and creator of Writing to be Read.

My two short stories are Last of the Lavender and Missed Signs which are quite different from the stories in either Death Among Us, which came out in July this year, or Nightmareland.

WordCrafter Paranormal Anthology

Have a lovely new week.


27 thoughts on “What’s coming up in my writing world

    1. Thank you, John, that is so kind of you. I am rather bowled over at having all three of these coming out in the same month, but it is lots of fun.

    1. Thank you, Craig. I will email you as Lisa might enjoy interviewing my MC from Through the Nethergate, Margaret.

    1. Thank you, Norah. I don’t quite know how I ended up having three books to promote in one month but I am not looking the gift horse in the mouth.

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