Women in Horror Month 2020 – Birth of a new horror baby

And here we are again. My favourite month of the year, not least because it is in fact, my birthday month and I like to think that the organisers of Women in Horror Month had me in mind when they placed this awesome celebration of Women writers of Horror in February. Well, I’m going toContinue reading “Women in Horror Month 2020 – Birth of a new horror baby”

Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – The Final Reckoning.

Well, it’s February 28th, which means today is the last day of our festival of fear. It’s been a veritable smorgasbord of work, in terms of horror sub-genre but also media. We’ve showcased writers who were filmmakers, poets, hosted YouTube horror channels, were graphic novelists and also many authors for whom the horror genre isContinue reading “Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – The Final Reckoning.”

Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Author of Dark Fiction, Delia Rai.

We’ve come to our last author interview for Women in Horror Month 2019. It’s unbelievable that the month has been so fleeting and yet, we’ve produced some great horror content, from excerpts of new work to what scares the people whose business it is to scare! Today, for our last interview of the month, IContinue reading “Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Author of Dark Fiction, Delia Rai.”

Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Author of Dark Fiction and Romance, Mary Bradford.

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 twoContinue reading “Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Author of Dark Fiction and Romance, Mary Bradford.”

Welcome to WiHM 2019 – Introducing Author of Dark Horror and Chilling, Thriller Fiction, Pat Black aka P.R. Black.

Greetings on this cold, dark Sunday morning. Today’s author is no stranger to Unusual Fiction and a supporter and friend of Women in Horror 2019. I’m delighted to introduce celebrated author of darkest horror and chilling thriller fiction, Pat Black aka P.R. Black. Pat Black is kind to spiders. His short stories have been shortlistedContinue reading “Welcome to WiHM 2019 – Introducing Author of Dark Horror and Chilling, Thriller Fiction, Pat Black aka P.R. Black.”

Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Author of Horror Fiction and Suspense, Sue Rovens.

Welcome to our last Friday of Women in Horror Month 2019. It’s been a short, dark month but we’ve done our best to make your days that little bit brighter by showcasing the work of so many talented authors of dark fiction. Today, I’m delighted to be shining the spotlight on author of horror andContinue reading “Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Author of Horror Fiction and Suspense, Sue Rovens.”

Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Author of Dark Fiction Kris Weeks

Another dark February day dawns and we continue our daily dose of hellish horror with author of dark fiction, Kris Weeks. Kris Weeks has been writing since she was young with many of her stories published in Hustler Magazine. As well as writing together with her husband, horror writer TJ Weeks, she has published quiteContinue reading “Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Author of Dark Fiction Kris Weeks”

Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Author of Dark Fiction and Zombie Apocalypse Horror, S P Oldham

It’s a gloomy, dark Saturday and we have another wonderful day of hair-raising horror to cheer you up. Today, I am delighted to have as my guest, author of dark fiction and zombie apocalypse horror, S P Oldham. S P Oldham lives in the beautiful Sirhowy Valley in South Wales. She has always enjoyed writingContinue reading “Welcome to Women in Horror Month 2019 – Introducing Author of Dark Fiction and Zombie Apocalypse Horror, S P Oldham”