This week I was delighted to see Urban Chiller, which has been loitering around with intent on Kindle, make it to a full paperback release. Urban Chiller marks a little bit of a watershed for me because it contains most of the tales I’ve had published previously in different horror anthologies and makes them available in one book. I was also able to re-edit the stories and offer the original cut of many of these stories also. Bringing Urban Chiller to life was a long and painstaking process, but I had an excellent team behind me and again, my thanks goes out to Tracey Poist, a fantastic editor and colleague, Tonia Brown for guidance with formatting and production, and artist Steve Upham for a toothsome front cover.
The book is now available at Amazon.com for order and there are a limited number of signed copies available direct from me also, so get in touch if you’d like a signed copy.
Moving forward, I recently completed a number of new short tales, including “Crawlers” and a short story titled “You Don’t belong Here” set here in Sweden. I am also currently working on the second draft of my novel with the working title “Dark Places” and will provide more information on this in due course.
For now, thanks for all the support, I hope you buy Urban Chiller and enjoy it. I feel extremely proud to see the book finally in print. You can find the link in my “books” section but also at the link below.