Sunday, 28 April 2019


Trying To Be So Quiet & Other Hauntings was published yesterday by The Sinister Horror Company. The title story was originally publishing as a limited edition novella; the new volume contains two extra stories: 'The Second Wish' and 'Damage'. They are all stories on the theme of the supernatural as a manifestation of grief and loss.

Some of the original reviews are linked below, if you'd like to know more...

"If you like your horror quiet, stealthy, and throat-achingly sad, this one is for you." Tracy Fahey

"...a deeply moving story, emotionally charged,with a powerful and rich narrative, it is an exemplary example of ability for quiet horror to chill a reader to the core." 
Gingernuts Of Horror.

"This hugely chilling and evocative story, mixing lyrical language and lost love, is told with great psychological acuity." 
Horror Blog UK

"A small, quiet, poignant novella about grief and significance... No noise, no fuss, just good, honest writing about the things that matter. Recommended." Gary McMahon

"I really enjoyed this short, condensed novelette, which is packed full of bitterness and yearning, defeatism and aspiration. It’s what loss actually feels like... It’s a fine piece of work." Gary Fry

"I literally had goosebumps when I finished reading"

Anthony Watson, Dark Musings

"A must read, wonderful.", Yvonne Davies, Terror Tree

 Trying To Be So Quiet.

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