The Horrible Colouring Book Volume 2 by Greg Chapman

Horror author and artist Greg Chapman recently released The Horrible Colouring Book Volume 2 through Amazon. It’s a follow up to the first volume which was published independently in 2016.

Don’t color-in to relax, color-in to give yourself the shivers and stay awake! 30 new pages of horrible coloring fun! Vampires! Werewolves! Zombies! And …

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AHWA Interview with: Kaaron Warren

Can you tell us a little about yourself and the major influences on your writing?

This is something of a big question! My major influences are pretty much my life to this point. Every place I’ve lived, every person I’ve spoken to, every conversation I’ve eavesdropped on. Every book I’ve read, good and bad. Every …

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AHWA’s Mentor Program opens to submissions

The 2021 AHWA Mentorship Program submission window opened Friday, 16th of July, and will remain open for two weeks, until midnight on Friday 31 July.

Application forms will be available on the AHWA website, where you can also check out this year’s mentors in prose, poetry and screenwriting: Shayne Armstrong, Eugen M. Bacon, Silvia Cantón …

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Alan Baxter’s Shadow Bites

Alan Baxter has made a permanently free ebook available to everyone who might like to sample his work. You can find it here. It contains a complete novella, three complete short stories, and the opening chapters of six longer books. That should be more than enough to give people a taste of his fiction.

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AHWA Interview with: Joanne Anderton

Can you tell us a little about yourself and the major influences on your writing?

I’m an author of speculative fiction (mostly science fiction, fantasy and horror) as well as children’s books and creative non-fiction. I’ve just commenced a PhD in creative writing, which is amazing and exciting and sometimes a little mindboggling. I was …

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