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Interview with Sarah England author of the Father of Lies trilogy

Hi Sarah, tell us a bit about you and your writing. Firstly, thank you very much for inviting me onto Horror Scribes. I’m always happy to talk about horror – it’s kind of where I live. After qualifying as a... Continue Reading →

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Interview with Gothic horror writer – Scott Hale

This week we have author of The Bones of the Earth, Scott Hale.  Welcome to Horror Scribes Scott. Tell us a bit about you and your writing My name is Scott Hale. By day, I am a Licensed Independent Social... Continue Reading →

Breakfast, Then Death

by Claire L. Smith Mary felt as if the hammer had struck her once again as she awoke, her dented skull dipping into her pulsing brain. She lay where she'd fallen, horizontal across the bed with her feet and hands... Continue Reading →

Interview with Kevin J. Kennedy

This week we have prolific horror short story and flash fiction writer, Kevin J. Kennedy. Tell us a bit about you and your writing. I live in Scotland with my wife and two cats called Carlito and Ariel and I’m... Continue Reading →

Horror Bites Magazine – Issue 1 is now available!

We are excited to announce that our first ever issue of Horror Bites (a Horror Scribes Magazine) is now available. Let us know your thoughts below, we welcome your feedback.  

The Twelfth Day of Christmas and overall winner

by Jan Kaneen Strange how cultures twist the myth into their own image, but whatever peg they hang it on: Christmas, Yule, Saturnalia, it is always a mirror. The opposite is true with me. Seems like only yesterday that goodly... Continue Reading →

The Eleventh Day of Christmas

by Eva Moer Walter stands by the window that is edging with fern frost. Old Man Winter’s calling card. Below is a bustle of townsfolk, their faces reddened with a mix of cold and anger, as they clip elbows laden... Continue Reading →

The Tenth Day of Christmas

by Sherry Morris In unguarded moments the call catches me out, making me shiver more than the cold. I close my eyes and see Highland hills with snow, Nana and Gramps, and visits that last past Hogmanay. Sometimes we’re walking... Continue Reading →

The Ninth Day of Christmas

by Dean Edwards Dad kept missing the table with the plates and giggling as they smashed. We ended up with an extra plate, which he stared at as though it was going to take off. It would have been better... Continue Reading →

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