A Halloween Tale

23 Oct

Hi all,

Just a short one today. With Halloween approaching rapidly, I thought I’d treat (see what I did there?!) you all to some of my own work in the form of a sample from one of my own Halloween-themed stories. You won’t find The House on Banbury Road (click to read!) in the Ghosts in the Cloisters e-book which has been published but the full version of the story will be in the soon-to-be published paperback, which will also contain several more unpublished stories as well as a wealth of other material from this website and beyond (so watch this space!).

Regrettably, since the life of a writer is a busy one (especially when you also have a day job), the posts on this blog will henceforth be going out every other day rather than daily, as they have until now. Fear not, however, for I have lots of weird and wonderful ideas for posts going forward and I hope you all continue to enjoy and keep reading Ghost Cities.

Bye for now 🙂


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