Author has written 14 stories for Fantasy, Horror, General, Supernatural, and Song.
I'm in the process of uploading some short stories and flash fiction, in addition to adding to my novels.
My book is available to purchase on Amazon. You can read the first few chapters of Damnation on this site:
Facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=119608812393
Also, if you wish to email me about an order or query, my email is: Kaibooks@hotmail.co.uk
Personal: I'm a 24-year old vegan, living in the south of England. I currently doing my masters in Professional Writing, which is scary.
Interests: Writing, vampires, the gothic, anything to do with the sea/water, Doc. Ock., Ballet, ballroom, break dancing, ice skating, Tim Burton, Matchbox Twenty, The Lost Boys film (my favourite film), The Little Mermaid, German Expressionist films, French films, J- Horror, Martial Arts, Photography, Psychology, the Ocean. Wish the '80's were back. Have moments when I watch the Spider-man films way too much.
Books: I mostly read - and write - supernatural horror. I like Anne Rice (Interview with the Vampire is my favourite book.) I was greatly inspired by Catherine Fisher when I was younger. I adored, and still do admire, her books. Also Sign of the Lion by Sherryl Jordan was one of my favourite books. I like the old Fairy tales too, The Snow Queen and Rapunzal being my favourites. Though I do hate what Disney have done to them I still have a fondness for their version of The Little Mermaid that I don't think is going to go away. Kiss The Girl is a great song...
The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana by Umberto Eco; The Book Thief, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and A Spot of Bother by Mark Haddon; The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon; The Beach by Alex Garland. (Actually, everything he has written); Men, Women and Chainsaws and The Dread of Difference are very interesting, if not disturbing, achedemic books about feminism and how women are portryed in the horror film. Normally I skim through these books, or flick to relevent chapters, but I read these chapter for chapter. Be warned, it contains adult content, and may make you look at women in film a bit differently..., The Historian, The Time Traveler's Wife; I just don't understand how they can portray the magic of the prose on the big screen. Answer: they can't; Brick Lane; The Dark Angel Trilogy; Water for Elephants; On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King is a book I thoroughly recommend. It is very interesting, insightful and down to earth. Seriously, if you want to be an author read this book! The Black Dagger Brotherhood series. I don't normally read erotica, but there is something about this series that I can't deny. Fantastic writing and characters; Let the Right One In and Handling the Undead.
Currently Reading: Dwarves by Markus Heitz.
Reviewers: Thank you to everyone who has reviewed and given me hints on how to improve my work. Be sure that your criticism, all good/bad/constructive, has helped me fulfill my dream of getting it published.
Flame my work if you wish: everyone has their own opinion, and they should have the freedom to express it.
Please tell me where any typos/holes/grammatical errors etc. are. Much obliged. Be as harsh as you please.