As of yesterday, Terror Tales of The Scottish Highlands has been set loose upon an unsuspecting public, so I thought I’d share the table of contents for anyone wishing to know who the contributors are to this latest volume in the series:-
Skye’s Skary Places – Ian Hunter
Phantoms in the Mist
The Dove – Helen Grant
Prey of the Fin-Folk
Strone House – Barbara Roden
The Well of Heads
Face Down In The Earth – Tom Johnstone
The Dreaming God Is Singing Where She Lies – William Meikle
The Curse of Scotlan
The Housekeeper – Rosie Seymour
From Out The Hollow Hills
The Executioner – Peter Bell
Saurians of the Deep
You Must Be Cold – John Whitbourn
The Fellow Travellers – Sheila Hodgson
Shelleycoat – Graeme Hurry
The Other House, The Other Voice – Craig Herbertson
The Mull Plane Mystery
Myself/Thyself – DP Watt
Broken Spectres – Carl Barker
The Big Grey Man
Jack Knife – Gary Fry
Tristicloke the Wolf
The Foul Mass At Tongue House – Johnny Mains
The Drummer of Cortachy
It’s been a bit quiet on the old writing front of late, what with some sizeable changes going on in various aspects of my life. But now that I’m finally finding some time to get back into the swing of things, I’m very pleased to finally be able to announce that my story “Broken Spectres” will be appearing shortly in the Terror Tales of The Scottish Highlands anthology, edited by Paul Finch and published by Gray Friar Press later this month.
I’m a big fan of this series of location themed horror anthologies and was overjoyed to be invited by Paul to contribute to this latest release.
The Scottish Highlands are a spooky place at the best of times, offering a veritable smorgasbord of eerie locations from which to draw inspiration, and I had huge fun on this one from the first page to the last.
The anthology is out in a few weeks time and I’ll add details of where you can get hold of a copy once I know more. Until then, here’s a sneak peak at the cover art and some of the writers involved.
UPDATE (2015/06/15): The anthology is now available for preordering @ Amazon.com / Amazon.co.uk or directly from the publisher @ Gray Friar Press. Pricing and links also added to the Publications tab above.