The ebook collection features three original stories of the macabre, from Stephen Bacon, myself and Neil Williams, along with afterwords.
For more information, in addition to the publishers website, there’s also a Facebook Group that’s free to join.
The book has garnered two very nice blurbs already:
'Here are three writers with singular voices who have, nevertheless, somehow managed to merge their talents to imbue the whole of this slim collection with a kind of menace that is like oil on skin: difficult to remove and persistent. For relative newcomers to show such restraint, to trust in the subtle and the unsaid, is rare indeed. Ill at Ease is a treat, and I hope it finds many readers.'
Conrad Williams, British Fantasy Award winning author of One and Loss Of Separation
"Childhood memories, a seemingly idyllic English town, a car seat found in a skip... The three chilling tales from "Ill at Ease" ably demonstrate that horror can be found in the most mundane places, and a sense of unease is always much closer than we think."
Gary McMahon, author of Pretty Little Dead Things and The Concrete Grove
Come and find out what all the fuss is about.
Here’s the artwork and blurb for my story, Come See My House In The Pretty Town
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