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Today I welcome the Prince of Horror, Alex Laybourne, to share his new book Musings of a Hideous Mind (Vol II). “Entering a Hideous Mind is free… leaving can be murder.” Available on Amazon US And on Amazon UK Entering … Continue reading →
Today I invite you to the launch party of Diaries of the Damned, a thrilling new anthology from the Prince of Horror, Alex Laybourne. Diaries of the Damned The dead have risen and a desperate struggle for power has begun. … Continue reading →
I am sharing an interview with one of my favourite authors and I truly believe that Alex Laybourne deserves some recognition for his work. If you like horror, you need to read his books, and there will plenty available during … Continue reading →
Recently I have been pondering the issue of self promotion in terms of selling my books, and I am coming up short with answers. I have no financial budget with which to sell. Therefore I have to rely on free … Continue reading →
I was pleasantly surprised this morning to find I had been nominated for the Liebster Award by my author friend and Prince of Horror, Alex Laybourne. Thank you Alex! Apparently the rules of this award keep changing, so I will … Continue reading →
Just came across this article via Alex Laybourne’s blog, and it is quite interesting for my fellow indie authors. It basically tells us what we already know about the journey to authorly fame, but it cheered me up all the … Continue reading →
For those of you who enjoy a little horror fiction here and there, please see this blog. Also the author, Alex Laybourne, is seeking space to do interviews, blog hops and the like, if anyone can make him an offer? … Continue reading →
An interesting perspective on the ‘dumbing down’ of the English language as a result of social media and modern technology… Language that Was.
I have been nominated for a Blog of the Year 2012 award, how exciting! A huge thank you to Debz Hobz-Wyatt for the honour, it is a lovely Christmas present. The idea of this award is to pay it forward … Continue reading →
Here is the old English rhyme about Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot, a rather grisly reminder of English social heritage… November 5th.