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Over 90 days ago
United Kingdom


I'm a horror writer from the UK working on my first full length horror novel. I've been a full time writer for six months, having spent years honing my skills with some awful work, all part of the learning curve! My books are available for Kindle and Kobo. I have a website, a Facebook and Twitter account and an Amazon author /author/valentineking. I'm a fan of twists in the tale, subversive chillers and I try to write the type of stories I love to read, short snappy horrors that get straight to the point.

Reading and writing horror, photography, walking, running, complaining bitterly about the good old days, plotting revenge

Favorite Books
It, The Shining, Night Shift, The Saga of Darren Shan, Oliver Twist, Stardust, The Graveyard Book, Zom-b, The Pit and the Pendulum, Domain, Infinity Welcomes Careful Drivers, Back to Life, Horns, Christine, The Long Walk, The Running Man, The Hunger Games, Les Miserables (one of the greatest books of all time) andfar too many others to mention!

Favorite Authors
Stephen King, James Herbert, Neil Gaiman, Darren Shan, Charles Dickens, Edgar Allen Poe, Joe Hill, Paul Stewart, Robert Westall, Grant Naylor, George Orwell

Favorite Movies
Christine, Tucker and Dale vs Evil. Dogma, Blair Witch Project, Poltergeist, Aliens, The People Under the Stairs, Parents, Threads, The Mist, Braindead, Videodrome, Existenz, The Children of Men

Favorite TV Shows
The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, The X-Files, Ghostwatch, Inside Number 9, The League of Gentlemen, Psychoville, Doctor Who, The Shining, The Room, Red Dwarf, Monkey Dust, The Day Today, Look Around You, Lost

Favorite Music
Old time radio! The Shadow, The Lone Ranger, Dark Fantasy, The Man in Black, Fear on Four, Fibber McGee and Molly and I'm finding new old shows to listen to all the time!
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The Boot

A driver hopes to dispose of the woman locked in his boot but a passing cop has other ideas...

He hadn't seen anyone since he passed that police car on the other side of the forest. Finally he thought it was safe to pull over, swerving onto the verge and killing the engine. The countryside seemed so quiet compared to the blasting noise of the stere...