To celebrate Hallowe’en this year I made the ebook of my first novel Dead in Autumn, Buried in Winter free until the witching holiday is over. Dead in Autumn begins on Hallowe’en, when a family of trick-or-treaters find an empty house and decide to take more than just a few sweeties. (Click here for your … More Happy Hallowe’en!
Today’s the day, folks! Fresh Blood Orange, the sequel to last year’s Beaten to a Pulp! is out now in print and on Kindle. Another bite-size chunk of genre stories in pulp style. Also, the marks the first day my book giveaway. To celebrate the launch of FBO, both of my previous books (Beaten to … More Fresh Blood Orange OUT NOW
Beaten to a Pulp 2 Fresh Blood Orange by Callum McSorley Queen of Junkyard Dogs Clem hadn’t thought about the junkyard in years. Not since Bobby phoned her up long-distance to tell her Paw was dead. She wasn’t surprised; nobody was. He’d been turning yellow with tobacco and whisky twenty years ago when … More Fresh Blood Orange [Excerpt]
Excited to say my debut novel, Dead in Autumn, Buried in Winter is out now in paperback and on Kindle! You can buy it on Amazon or Createspace. Old Blue Eyes, Madonna, Chewbacca and Frankenstein’s Monster go trick-or-treating in the upmarket part of town. They find a lavish three-storey house lying empty, the keys left … More Dead in Autumn, Buried in Winter OUT NOW
Happy Hallowe’en everyone! On this day last year I started writing my first novel. The first draft took six weeks, the rest of the year was spent editing, rewriting and proofing. Now it’s finished and just about ready for release, but seen as the story opens on Hallowe’en, I thought I’d give everyone a sneak peak as their … More Dead in Autumn, Buried in Winter Hallowe’en excerpt
Hallowe’en is upon us, and to celebrate I’m offering you all a treat. The Kindle edition of Beaten to a Pulp! is free for the day. There’ll also be another special announcement so stay tuned! Get Beaten to a Pulp! free here.
Really excited to have a short story accepted for FunDead Publication’s Christmas horror anthology. Yet to be named, it’ll be coming out later in the year – a perfect Christmas stocking present, maybe? – full of scary tales in the vein of Charles Dickens and Algernon Blackwood. My own story, The Sixpence in the Pudding, … More FunDead Christmas horror