Wednesday, 2 March 2016

SHOW-OFF AND TELL #22 - Daniel Marc Chant - Mr Robespierre

#22 in the Show-Offs is quite possibly the poshest man in English indie horror writing, Mr Daniel Marc Chant and his wonderful book, Mr Robespierre.

Dan makes up one third of the Sinister Horror Company where he helps produce some wonderful books for you and I to read. He is however an extremely accomplished author in his own write and is definitely on the up and up in the indie world.

Mr Robespierre is a fantastically written homage to 80’s horror films. Written in the vain of Poltergeist or The Amityville Horror it tells the story of a family terrorised in their own home by demons of the past and a pesky cat.

Mr Robespierre came out in the number one position in the short story category on Confessions’ end of year lists in 2015 and very deservedly so.

This is my copy:

This was a must have to add to my signed collection and I am extremely privileged to have it there.

If you haven’t read anything yet by Mr Chant, then you really need to rectify that. There is no better way to fix it than to pick this little beauty up.

You can read my review of Mr Robespierre here.

You can buy Mr Robespierre here:

You can buy the rest of Dan’s books here:

Daniel Marc Chant is an up-and-coming author of Horror and strange fiction. His passion for H. P. Lovecraft genre and the films of John Carpenter inspired him to produce intense, gripping stories with a sinister edge.

Currently based in Bath -- a picturesque town in Somerset, UK -- Daniel launched his début, "Burning House," to rave reviews, and swiftly followed with the Lovecraft-inspired "Maldición," the story of a lone survivor of a desert island plane crash fighting for his life with an ancient predator.

Daniel continues to hone his craft with a number of dark titles waiting to hit shelves, including "Mr. Robespierre" and "Devil Kickers." He also created "The Black Room Manuscripts" a charity anthology featuring twenty stories from twenty experienced authors and talented newcomers.

He hopes to one day contribute to the Cthulu Mythos. Although hopefully not as a sacrifice.

And for more about Daniel, visit his site or find him on social media:

Website - Facebook - Twitter - Goodreads - Amazon Page

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