Interview with Jason Parent

1 – How long have you been writing and what gave you the courage to venture into publishing?

A Life Removed kind of represents the beginning and ending of the first stage of my writing at a level good enough to be published. I started it in 2004. Thirteen years later…

2 – A Life removed has been classed as a dark crime/thriller/horror novel. Does this mean its not for the faint hearted?

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Review of Hell Cat of the Holt

As you all know I love a good horror story, and it doesn’t need to be all death and destruction. What I’ve found with Mark Cassell and the world of the Shadow Fabric that he has created is a thrill ride which just hits the spot. When I found out he was releasing a new novella set in the same world, I couldn’t resist. Continue reading →

Horror Bites Challenge #5

hblogodarkerlinesOk so I’m a bit late with this, the first challenge of 2017 but then, as you are probably aware, I’m not the biggest fan of consistency hehe. The last challenge was a photo my son wanted me to take, but this week he decided to take a photo himself.  I love how he is just as much invested in these challenges are I am, always on the look out for a good scene to insure creepiness.

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Horror Bites Challenge #4

hblogodarkerlinesSo did you like the stories from the last challenge? Thanks so much to all that took part, I’m happy that my little pictures are providing inspiration. This time round I’m using a photo that my son wanted me to take. It’s supposed to be of a moth that was on the outside of the window but my camera is fairly rubbish and you can only just make it out. (Top corner of the middle pain on the right, if you need help.) Continue reading →