horror, writing

Available for pre-order: 7 Weeks in Hell, 7th Hell #2

Are you ready to return to Ireland, where the dead walk the streets and your soul is at risk? It's time to go to Hell, or to Galway. Whichever one is nearer. Still traumatised by the events of Halloween in the tiny village of Basard, Vicky Murtagh has moved to the Irish city of Galway… Continue reading Available for pre-order: 7 Weeks in Hell, 7th Hell #2

book launch, horror

7 Days in Hell now available in Print

7 Days in Hell is now available in paperback. I’m so pleased with how the illustrations turned out. It makes the print copy extra special, and it is definitely something I’m going to continue doing with my print books going forward. I love that I get to combine my writing and art in one package.… Continue reading 7 Days in Hell now available in Print

fiction, horror, writing

#FirstLineFriday

To celebrate the launch of my horror novel yesterday, I thought I’d share the first line (or several) of 7 Days in Hell for #FirstlineFriday. Enjoy! Rain obscured the front windscreen as Irene nosed her battered red Renault Clio down the narrow country lane. She hunched her slender body over the steering wheel. Even with… Continue reading #FirstLineFriday

book launch, horror

Book Launch: 7 Days in Hell

Thank you so much to all the people who preordered my book, 7 Days in Hell. I am so grateful with each and every one of you. Unfortunately, I had to cancel the preorder, but I hope that you will grab your copy as the book is released today. Available for $0.99 on Amazon Discover… Continue reading Book Launch: 7 Days in Hell

fiction, horror, short story

For Whom The Bell Tolls by Iseult Murphy

With the launch tomorrow of my horror novel, 7 Days in Hell, I thought I’d introduce you to one of the characters from the book. Father Felix McBride, parish priest of Knockpatrick parish. This story takes place some years before the book, when Father McBride was a lowly curate in another parish. Enjoy! Father Felix… Continue reading For Whom The Bell Tolls by Iseult Murphy