It's our last week of Women in Horror Month 2019 and what a month it's been. I've been exceedingly lucky to have so many talented writers grace Unusual Fiction with their presence. Today, I am delighted to welcome author of horror fiction and romance, Mary Bradford. Mary Bradford is an Irish published author of two … Continue reading Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Author of Dark Fiction and Romance, Mary Bradford.
Today I'm delighted to welcome to Unusual Fiction, fellow Irish author; Catherine Kullmann. While Catherine's usual work is in the historical romantic fiction genre, her book of choice for our horror series; The Zombi of Caisteal Dun, falls under the genre of gothic/zombie horror which in one swoop combines two of my favourite horror genres … Continue reading Hallowe’en Horror Tales – Introducing Irish Historical Novelist and Ghost Story Author – Catherine Kullmann
I have to confess, I'm a little sad. Why? Well, because the end of February heralds the end of our Women in Horror Month 2018 Horror Extravaganza - both here on Unusual Fiction and also on my facebook page - the HazelHedge. It's been amazing. We've met a horror writer of webcomics, a film director, a … Continue reading Women in Horror Month 2018 – The Finish…and a little about my own dark fiction.
Welcome to Day 23 of Women in Horror 2018. We're counting down the last few days of our wonderful horror extravaganza but we have some awesome authors still waiting in the wings. I'm really excited to introduce our next writer of dark and unusual fiction - K. N. Johnson. K.N. Johnson’s story “Frigid” won Mythraeum’s … Continue reading Women in Horror Month 2018 – An Interview with K.N. Johnson
The great thing about this series of "Interview With" is the difference in each writer's style of writing horror - from goth writers to those with a penchant for grimdark fiction, paranormal tales, ghost stories to poetry. I'm really excited to have today's author on Unusual Fiction - Caroline. E. Farrell is not only a … Continue reading Women in Horror Month 2018 – An Interview with Caroline. E. Farrell