Alex Laybourne

Biography

Horror novelist and father of four. I was born and raised in the UK, but moved to The Netherlands in 2007.

By day I am your ordinary Office Monkey by night I am a horror loving creator of worlds, realms and all manner of horrific beasts, notions and situations.

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Diaries of the Damned
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 112,380. Language: English. Published: July 9, 2014. Category: Fiction » Horror » Undead
The dead have risen and a desperate struggle for power has begun. The military are evacuating all survivors in passenger planes. With their destination unknown, one group of survivors led by a journalist named Paul Larkin, decide to share their experiences with the hope that when combined, their stories will reveal the answers that the government had not been willing to give themselves.

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Smashwords book reviews by Alex Laybourne

  • The First Ten Steps on Aug. 26, 2011

    This book is a great resource for anyone looking to learn about self-promotion. The information is clear and to the point. You don't have to trawl through every sentence in search of what the author is tryingt to say. It is just there, on the page. The First Ten Steps shold be the first purchase of any new or 'pending' writer. Both indie and traditonal alike.
  • A Thirty-Something Girl on Dec. 31, 2011
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    Never before has a novel moved me to tears. Yet there were at least three instances where I needed to wipe my eyes whilst reading. LM Stull has created with her debut novel something that will last for the ages. A work of literature that men and women around the world can relate to on numerous personal levels. A novel about triumph and the hardships that line the path. The road to Hell may be paved with good intentions, but LM stull reminds us that the road to happiness is paved with hardship. It is unavoidable, and while there may be potholes in the road that we see in time and can avoid, certain humps and bumps will always come along and derail us when we least expect them. Never before have I read a novel so quickly, nor wanted to re-read it so soon. It took me less than two days to read, and I am certain it will remain with me forever.
  • A Thirty-Something Girl on Dec. 31, 2011

    Never before has a novel moved me to tears. Yet there were at least three instances where I needed to wipe my eyes whilst reading. LM Stull has created with her debut novel something that will last for the ages. A work of literature that men and women around the world can relate to on numerous personal levels. A novel about triumph and the hardships that line the path. The road to Hell may be paved with good intentions, but LM stull reminds us that the road to happiness is paved with hardship. It is unavoidable, and while there may be potholes in the road that we see in time and can avoid, certain humps and bumps will always come along and derail us when we least expect them. Never before have I read a novel so quickly, nor wanted to re-read it so soon. It took me less than two days to read, and I am certain it will remain with me forever.