Ramsey Campbell – The Best of the Best Horror Writers.

Ramsey Campbell was born on the 4th January 1946. He has been writing horror for over 50 years. He has several pen names that you may or may not recognise – Carl Dreadstone, Jay Ramsay, E.K. Leyton, Errol Undercliffe and Montgomery Comfort. He is greatly influenced by the works of H.P. Lovecraft. Already showing an... Continue Reading →

James Herbert – The Man Who Knows How To Write An Exceptional Chiller!

James John Herbert was born on the 8th of April, 1943 in London, England. James is a horror/chiller writer with more than 54 million copies of his books sold worldwide. James left school at the early age of 15, but later on went to study at the Hornsey College of Art. After graduating he went on... Continue Reading →

Gravity down a darker path.

Here is another piece of writing from Mykh, let me know what you think. A deeper murk lies upon the unwary astral traveller, as exists hypotheses of weights immeasurable, and of a light consuming blackness. Waking from a slumber beyond measure, these vexed collapsing titans, long since extinguished, feed upon their own with an infinite... Continue Reading →

The Stephen King of Children’s Books: R .L. Stine

Robert Lawrence Stine was born on October 8th 1943. Many people will know him as the author of many children's series like, Goosebumps, Mostly Ghostly, Fear Street, and The Nightmare Room. Robert began writing at the age of 9 when he discovered a typewriter in his attic. Roberts father was a shipping clerk at a... Continue Reading →

Fem Fatale Fantasy Fictionist: Robin Hobb

Margaret Astrid Lindholm Ogden has taken on two successful pseudonyms during her writing career. The first being Megan Lindholm and the second being Robin Hobb. Margaret was born in California 1952, but spent majority of her life in Alaska before moving to Washington. At the young age of eighteen Margaret was married and from here... Continue Reading →

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