Catherine Cavendish

Biography

Hello, my name's Catherine Cavendish and I write horror fiction, frequently reflecting my Gothic influences.

My latest novel - SAVING GRACE DEVINE - is published in ebook and paperback by Samhain. I was one of four winners of their first Horror Anthology Competition with my Gothic novella - LINDEN MANOR - which is available now as a standalone ebook and in the anthology - WHAT WAITS IN THE SHADOWS - published on October 7th, 2014.

My other titles include: THE SECOND WIFE, MISS ABIGAIL'S ROOM, THE DEVIL INSIDE HER, THE DEMONS OF CAMBIAN STREET, COLD REVENGE, and IN MY LADY'S CHAMBER.

All are available from Amazon and all the usual online booksellers

I live with a longsuffering husband in North Wales. Our home is in a building dating back to the mid 18th century which is haunted by a friendly ghost, who announces her presence by footsteps, switching lights on and strange phenomena involving the washing machine and the TV.

When not slaving over a hot computer, I enjoy wandering around Neolithic stone circles and visiting old haunted houses.

You can find me on my blog: www.catherinecavendish.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CatherineCavendishWriter?ref=hl
and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Cat_Cavendish

If you would like a free download of one of my stories, you will find 'Dance Me To The End of Time' on Smashwords - with a touch of magic.

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Books

Dance Me To The End Of Time
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Price: Free! Words: 1,200. Language: English. Published: December 30, 2011. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
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Emily is dreaming of Christmases past; of crackling fires and roasting chestnuts. Charles appears and takes her hand, and together they waltz back in time to old Vienna where Strauss himself conducts the orchestra. This is a short tale of enchantment and nostalgia - with just a touch of magic...

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Smashwords book reviews by Catherine Cavendish

  • The Best Kept Secret In Normandy on March 16, 2012

    A lovely story with a touch of magic that was satisfying, well written and left me with a warm glow. Liz Newman (best knwon for An Affinity for Shadows) has delivered a warm and engaging short story, perfect for curling up with.