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Website Goes Live With A Huge Witchfindery Competition!

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

Hello & Welcome to my brand new website!

Here you’ll find all the latest news and info on my books as well as my occasional blogs on all manner of grim and ghastly goings on in the world of children’s horror and thriller writing, TV and movies plus… well, anything else that occurs to me, really! You can also find information on the WITCHFINDER EXPERIENCE, an event I take into schools and festivals, as well as my creative writing classes (see tag above).

But to kick this new website off in style I’ve decided to run a unique competition! The prize is:

1. A signed copy of my first children’s thriller, Witchfinder: Dawn of the Demontide,

2. A signed Witchfinder pull-out poster with Book 1 extract.

3. A copy of Malcolm Gaskill’s excellent Witchfinders: A Seventeenth-Century English Tragedy (which I used while researching Witchfinder 2: Gallows at Twilight – it tells you everything you ever wanted to know about witchfinding… and a few things you probably didn’t!).

4. Your very own demon familiar in the form of a massive hairy spider (not real!), just like the one I use in the Witchfinder Experience.

5. Copies of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, and Robert Louis Stevenson’s Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde – the 3 classic horror novels which I cheekily reference in the Witchfinder trilogy. (more…)