Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Herbert Manning's Psychic Circus and Other Dark Tales by David Williamson

David Williamson has just had a collection of stories published by Hazardous Press, Herbert Manning's Psychic Circus and Other Dark Tales. It's available in both paperback and ebook formats. David Williamson's stories first appeared in the Pan Books of Horror and he has since become a regular in Charles Black's Black Books of Horror, in which many of the stories in this collection were first published.

About the Author

David Williamson has been writing short stories for many years now, inspired by the likes of James Herbert, Stephen King and, especially, The Pan Book of Horror series. When (after several attempts!) he was first published in The 28th Pan Book of Horror, he became almost speechless with excitement. Later, after discovering that he was to have THREE of his tales in The 30th Pan Book of Horror, he became a gibbering imbecile. A state, alas, which he has remained in until today. He has more recently, appeared in Black Books of Horror (the spiritual home of The Pan Books of Horror) numbers 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 from Mortbury Press, as well as Hersham Horror's wonderful Alt-Zombie anthology. His latest tale, 'Lazarus', can be found in From Their Cradle to Your Grave, from Cruentus Libri Press and also in their Christmas Special You'd Better Watch Out! with his tale entitled 'Tis the Season to be Jolly'. His story 'Stuck!" appears in Another 100 Horrors, and 'The Mission' can be found in War is Hell, again, both from Cruentus Libri Press. His story '10 Weeks' appears in the anthology Horrific History, from Hazardous Press. Follow David online at http://doogal321.wordpress.com.

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