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 →

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 →

George R R Martin: The Master of Character Writing

George Raymond Richard Martin was born in Bayonne, New Jersey, USA on September 20th 1948. He is a fantasy, sci-fi and horror writer most recognised for his books A Song of Ice and Fire. These books became an epic fantasy series which is also now a television show called Game of Thrones. George developed an... Continue Reading →

Terry Pratchett – The Creator of Discworld

Sir Terence David John Pratchett was born in 1948 in Beaconsfield, England. He is mostly known for a series of fantasy novels about a place called 'Discworld.' The Discworld itself is described as a large disc resting on the backs of four giant elephants, all supported by the giant turtle Great A'Tuin as it swims its... Continue Reading →

Brian Lumley – Continuing on the Legacy of H.P. Lovecraft

Brian Lumley was born December 2nd, 1937. Brian started off in the royal military police, and later on after he retired became the author he is today. While doing long shifts he would be reading his favourite literature. These books were usually of the macabre style, some of it good and some of it bad.... Continue Reading →

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