I am delighted to have some really great hosts as I take to the (virtual) road with my latest novel - The Haunting of Henderson Close. Why not come along and join me? Naturally, I'll be talking about the book, but I will also introduce you to some sinister, strange and often scary people and places. Here's the schedule so far:
Saturday January 5th: Unnerving Podcast with Eddie Generous
Tuesday January 8th: Interview - Share The Horror
Tuesday January 8th: J.D. Moyer - Guest Interview
Thursday January 10th: Ghostly Greyfriars RussellRJames.com
Friday January 11th: The Pen and Muse on Facebook- Come and join in between 7-8p.m. CST. (1-2a.m. GMT) Prizes to be won!
Tuesday January 15th: Castle Stuart Brian Kirk
Wednesday January 16th: The Headless Earl of Dean Castle Writing on the Moon
Friday January 18th: An Evening with Catherine Cavendish - personal appearance at Write Blend,124 South Road Waterloo, Liverpool L22 0ND at 7.30p.m.
Saturday January 19th: Gight Hall and the Lost Gold of Hagberry Pot Shehanne Moore
Monday January 21st: The Infamous Edinburgh Vaults Zakk Madness The Eyes of Madness
Wednesday January 23rd: The Real Mary King's Close J.H. Moncrieff
Wednesday January 23rd:The Ghost with the Bandage, and Other Apparitions Oh, For the Hook of a Book!
Thursday January 24th: Knights Templar and the Da Vinci Code Susan Roebuck
Friday January 25th: A Headless Sentry, A Drummer Boy and a Host of Extras Stuart R. West Stuart R. West - Twisted Tales from Tornado Alley
Friday February 1st: Podcast interview with Armand Rosamilia Armcast Podcast
Saturday February 9th: Show and Tell - personal appearance at Horror Is No Place for a Lady - 5.15p.m. Constellations, Greenland Street, Liverpool L1 0BS
Monday February 11th: Interview - Manuscripts Burn - Women in Horror Month
Ghosts have always walked there. Now they’re not alone…
In the depths of Edinburgh, an evil presence is released. Hannah and her colleagues are tour guides who lead their visitors along the spooky, derelict Henderson Close, thrilling them with tales of spectres and murder. For Hannah it is her dream job, but not for long. Who is the mysterious figure that disappears around a corner? What is happening in the old print shop? And who is the little girl with no face? The legends of Henderson Close are becoming all too real.
The Auld De’il is out – and even the spirits are afraid.
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