I've been a professional writer and musician since the 1990's (well... a working muso much earlier than that), meaning my first horror novel was published in 1993. I've since had another five novels published in Australia, all of which were also distributed through the UK by Hinkler Publishers. One of my books, Missing Pieces, has been very well received in Germany and I've since written another novel, A Clean Kill, for that publisher. However, because of my focus on the success in Germany I don't currently have books in print in Australia, a situation I'm not concerned about with the growing prevalence of Ebooks.
I live in the south west of Western Australia with my wife Lisa and two dogs. I write books, freelance articles on music and music production (like about studio gear and software) and I still occasionally get paid by local pubs and restaurants to sit in a corner, drink beer, play guitar and sing.
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Life And Other Annoying Interruptions
by Graeme Hague
Approx. 54,740 words.
Published on July 16, 2012.
John is a successful civil servant, his wife Vivian is attractive, clever, patient and supportive. They have two perfectly normal children. So what could John possibly find annoying? Just about everything! Life and Other Annoying Interruptions is a dark and very funny look at our modern lives as John finds himself negotiating one pitfall after another-most of them his own doing.
Ghost Tales, Four Stories Of The Dead Among Us
by Graeme Hague
Approx. 130,070 words.
Published on June 30, 2011.
Four horror stories that will have you leaving the light on and the doors locked. A young widow wishes that her husband had never died–and gets more than she bargained for. A platoon of German soldiers come across a strange abbey in the middle of the snowbound woods. A couple driving on a holiday pick up a terrifying hitch-hiker. The captain of a trawler fights the nightmare King of the Sea.
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