Simon, Fey and Rebecca. An ordinary family trying to cope after the death of the girls’ mother. One day, Rebecca ‘gives’ her imaginary friend, Nathaniel, to her Simon, telling her father he can keep Nathaniel ‘forever’…
Then the phone appears. Then the lies begin. And the pain. And the faces in the photographs…
Simon asks Rebecca who Nathaniel really is. She tells him he prefers to be known by his nickname, ‘Mr. Boogie’…
Specially commissioned by Universal for the release of the movie sequel ‘Sinister 2‘, Suffer the Little Children is “genuinely terrifying!”
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“Once upon a time…”
All the best stories begin that way. Once upon a time, Jack climbed a beanstalk. Cinderella did go to the ball.
Once upon a time, his parents died.
When your parents are killed in front of you on the one day of the year when all crime is legal, what do you do?
You prepare for next year. You prepare for payback…
Specially commissioned by NBC Universal for the release of the film The Purge: Anarchy, Mr. Composure is “simply superb” with the best plot twist ever!”
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What if you could steal the final moments from the dying? What if you had the darkest secret, but couldn’t think what it might be? What if you entered the forest in the deep of the night. Who is the melting man? And are your neighbours really whom they appear to be?
So many questions.
To find the answers, you must enter a darker place. Thirteen stories. Thirteen poems. Thirteen more doorways.
Darker Places is the follow up to the acclaimed Dark Places and can be found on Amazon and Smashwords.
Dead, dead, dead. Say it enough times and it becomes just another word.
What would you do? Could you kill a killer? Does the death of one appease the deaths of a hundred? What about that hundred against a thousand?
What if you had no choice?
Meet Sin. No, not that sort of sin, but Sin, crazy as a loon (you ask Sister Moon), and proud of it. Sin locks himself away in an asylum and, every so often, gets violent. That’s only so they’ll give him those nice drugs, though. The ones that help him forget.
It’s a pity they don’t work.
Sin, you see, has a serious problem. Well, it’s not so much his problem, as ours – yours, mine and everyone else’s. People die around Sin. He doesn’t like it and there’s nothing he can do about it. But someone else knows, and Sin has to stop them… and himself…
Flip and catch…
Find the ‘dark, disturbing and amazing’ #1 Psychological Horror Sin on Amazon and in audiobook form, narrated by Grammy nominated R.D. Watson on Audible or iTunes.
Read more from Shaun at his website, on Facebook or at his blog. Sin also has his own blog, his ‘Diary of a Madman‘.
I am Death. I know who you are…
There is darkness and madness in each of us. We must do battle with our own demons.
What if those demons opened the door in the back of your mind and stepped out. What if they became real? If the night, the shadows, the reflections and Death himself walked among us? And what if they were watching you? Waiting? Thirsting…?But…
Dark Places. Thirteen stories. Thirteen poems.
Praise for Dark Places:
“He paints a surreal picture that sucks you into the terror.”
“Wow. Brilliantly written!”
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Christmas O’Clock is a collection of two books and three stories for families, just in time for Christmas. All proceeds go to Water Is Life, to help children and families in an international effort.
Magic Coal for the Naughts: Jem and Mark, two naughty kids, are getting coal for Christmas. But, since it comes from Santa, the coal must be magic!
The List: Jill has been accused of being naughty. Can she clear her name in the North Pole courts?
Rudolph Saves Christmas: Rudolph is accused of trying to cancel Christmas! Can the famous reindeer escape prison and clear his name before it’s too late?
The Christmas Tree: Maggie’s family is leaving Earth and everything she knows behind forever, on a trip to the stars in a colony ship. Will Christmas ever be the same, and how will Santa ever find them?
Bah, Humbug!: Jeremy has to play Scrooge in the school play. Gazillions of lines to learn – how will he ever survive?