Twisted Realities with Thomas James Brown

Earlier this year I had the immense pleasure of working with the ladies at Sirens Call Publications on their latest anthology, TWISTED REALITIES: OF MYTH AND MONSTROSITY:

Explore the twelve tales of horror and intrigue and ask yourself, what would you consider a fair price to pay for life immortal… or the chance of life at all?

Would a young woman pass up a shiny bauble if she believed it to be nothing more than a harmless trinket? What transpires once a year in a peaceful and remote village that no one will ever speak of? What better way for a broken man to honor a crippled existence than with a memorial of blood and vengeance? How could a disfigured woman ever dream of chancing across an object that would restore her beauty – and at what cost?

Follow the twists and turns of each writer as they delve into the legends of days gone by, as well as the consequences that are wrought when myths and monstrosities collide with our world.

Contributing Authors: Thomas James Brown, Nina D’Arcangela, K. Trapp Jones, Amber Keller, Lisamarie Lamb, Edward Lorn, Kate Monroe, Alexa Muir, Joseph A. Pinto, J. Marie Ravenshaw, Julianne Snow, and Jonathan Templar

In addition to this, the Sirens organised a blog reel for the release, in which the contributing authors were able to talk a little about the inspiration behind their stories. Jumping at the chance I wrote the following post, which can be viewed at the link below. It offers some reasoning behind my story, ‘It Lives In Us’, and hopefully conveys a little more of who I am and why I write, too.

Twisted Realities with Thomas James Brown.


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