Next week sees another of Confessions week long features on an author we think you should be reading more of, and certainly one we think you will be seeing a lot more of in the years to come.
If you have been to any cons in the UK recently you will probably have met him, and you will probably agree as well, that he is one of the nicest, most approachable guys in the UK horror scene.
We talk, of course, about the one and only, Mark Cassell.
I met Mark a few months ago and picked up a couple of his books, one of which was The Shadow Fabric. This is a book that you should really pick up to get a feeling of how this man writes. If you go to a con as well, don’t be shy, introduce yourself to him. He is always up for a chat. Then steal all his sweets and run away very fast!
It all kicks off on Sunday with his Past, Present and Future confession. Monday and Tuesday will see parts One and Two of an interview with the man himself. Wednesday night is the review of The Shadow Fabric and Thursday is me showing off my own copy of the book to give you an idea of what to expect when you buy it!
Make sure you all come back next week, and don’t forget to tell your friends!
Thanks again for visiting Confessions of a Reviewer.
Mark Cassell lives in a rural part of the UK with his wife and a number of animals. He often dreams of dystopian futures, peculiar creatures, and flitting shadows. Primarily a horror writer, his steampunk, dark fantasy, and SF stories have featured in numerous anthologies and ezines including Rayne Hall's Ten Tales series and horror zine, Sirens Call.
His best-selling debut novel, The Shadow Fabric, is closely followed by the popular short story collection, Sinister Stitches, and are both only a fraction of an expanding mythos. His most recent release, Chaos Halo 1.0: Alpha Beta Gamma Kill, is in association with Future Chronicles Photography.
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