‘A dark and disturbing horror story set in a picturesque village…’

‘…Full of rich description, it depicts the horrifying, ravenous secret lurking beneath the surface of the village. I would recommend this to fans of classic English horror as well as fans of Stephen King.’ Lucy O’Connor, Waterstones

'Lynnwood', Tida Bradshaw, 18.07.12I have fallen woefully behind on updates, so I will try and catch up on these over the next few days. To begin with, I would like to share the news that LYNNWOOD is finally available for digital download. The paperback will be released in June, but if you are the proud owner of a Kindle/tablet and fancy a stroll through digital woods, then you can finally do so. I could talk at length about the book, but I think reader reviews are more relevant, especially those which touch on the book’s identity. Do download a copy, if it sounds like your sort of book.

‘A distinctly chilling read with elegant touches of gothic horror.’ – Teresa Majury,  Lovely Treez Reads

‘The author’s writing was very poetic and gave nothing away. This is the type of book to read curled up in front of a fire, just don’t be alone…’ – Kathleen Kelly, CelticLady’s Reviews

‘Brown paints a veritable picture with his words […]‘ – Julianne Snow, DarkMediaOnline

‘[…] a dark journey not only of the mind, but of the soul.’ – Nina D’Arcangela