Thursday 8 September 2016


Well, after a well-earned (I think) rest, Confessions is going to be coming back at you next week. Instead of working you in gently, we are coming at you with a week full of interviews, reviews and guest posts. In other words, a normal week for Confessions!

We will be kicking off our Autumn collection with J.G. Clay week next week.

Who, I hear you ask? Well you know what? A couple of months ago I would have asked the same question. After reading his book which is going to feature next week, Tales of Blood and Sulphur, I am making it my mission in life to get this man’s name on more people’s tongues.

This book is an absolute gem and deserves to be on everybody’s shelf and hopefully after next week, you will agree.

It all kicks off on Sunday with his Past, Present and Future confession. Monday and Tuesday will see parts One and Two of an in-depth interview with the man himself. Wednesday night is the review and Thursday is me showing off the latest parcel to drop through my door and give you an idea of what to expect when you buy!

Make sure you all come back next week, and don’t forget to tell your friends!

Thanks again for visiting Confessions of a Reviewer.


J.G Clay is definitely a Man of Horror. There can be no doubt. Putting aside the reverence he has for the horror greats, such as King, Barker, Herbert, Carpenter, Romero and Argento, there is another fact that defines his claim for the title of the 'Duke of Spook'. He was born on Halloween night. By a quirk fate, it was also a full moon that night. Co-incidence?

Here at Clay Towers, we don't believe in coincidences.

The 41-year-old hails from the Midlands in the United Kingdom, is married with one step child and two dogs that bear a strong resemblance to Ewoks. Beyond the page and the written word, he is music mad and can hold down a tune on a bass guitar pretty well. He is an avid reader and also has an enduring love of British sci-fi, from the pages of the '2000A.D' comic to the televised wanderings of Gallifrey's most famous physician. Clay is also a long-time fan of the mighty Birmingham City Football Club and endures a lot of flak from his friends for it.

And for more about J.G. visit his site, or find him on social media:

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