Thursday 3 September 2020

Writers’ News


Dawn Knox

Basilwade and Dawn’s creative journey with that is featured at:  An interesting read indeed.

Alyson Faye

 Darkness Calls: Tales From The Shadows  In Darkness Calls there are ten tales of the supernatural, the macabre and the weird for you to enjoy. They are set in Yorkshire - in a museum on Christmas Eve night where an ancient evil stalks, in a derelict church in Halifax where ghost children roam, in a Gothic cemetery where a boy finds himself stone-struck, and in other stories, women transform into magical powerful beings, and Krampus visits a Victorian family. In two new stories, never before published, Plague visits a village riding a dragon and a little girl takes a trip on a ghost train at the funfair, which is a once in a lifetime experience.

Alyson has also co-authored Shadow Bound: A Gothic Quartet with Stephanie Ellis. This is their debut publication. She and Stephanie are also working on latest anthology form The Infernal Clock - Inferno, doing it for “love and chocolate biscuits”.

She has also been involved in Diabolica Britannica: A Dark Isles Horror Compendium which raises money for the NHS.

Madeleine McDonald

Madeleine has had a further piece broadcast on Radio Leeds, entitled The Marriage of True Minds (from Shakespeare's sonnet). More a meditation than a story, says Madeleine:  

Just four minutes long. Worth a listen. 

Clare Weze

Clare has news of her debut children’s novel coming out in 2021. It sounds a fascinating story and can’t wait to read it. You can read the feature article in the Bookseller here:

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