Bec Zugor


Bec Zugor lives in Kent, England. Her short stories have appeared in a number of webzines and magazines, including Microhorror, Weirdyear and Escape Velocity. Horror is her favourite genre, but she sometimes lets off steam by writing humorous poetry. She was flushed with excitement to have her nonsense poem 'Deep-fried Flip-flops' framed and displayed in a public toilet somewhere in the Shetland Islands. Samples of Bec's work are lurking on her website.

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Smashwords book reviews by Bec Zugor

  • Spore on Sep. 22, 2010

    Deliciously creepy. I loved the ending. I look forward to reading more by this author.
  • It's the Eyes on Oct. 07, 2010

    A nice, snappy piece of flash fiction with a satisfying ending.
  • Lumps on Oct. 07, 2010

    Very enjoyable. I was gripped, and had to keep reading to see how it would all end.
  • Horror Showcase on Nov. 11, 2010

    I intended to dip into this whenever I had a few spare minutes, but the stories were so enjoyable I had to carry on - and read the whole lot in less than 24 hours! My favourite stories were The Last Rose of Summer, Foresight, Spicy Meat, and Special Boy. I look forward to reading more from the authors.
  • The Growling on Dec. 08, 2010

    Well-written and gripping. Excellent!
  • Dead Man's Eye on Feb. 08, 2011

    This story goes at a cracking pace, so you have to keep reading! Very enjoyable.
  • Beyond Bermuda on Oct. 10, 2011

    Drink-driver Bill is overcome with grief at the loss of his family and sets sail, only to be taken by the Bermuda Triangle. An accident, surely? Yet Bill discovers a purpose in the strange realm, Beyond Bermuda. This is an intriguing fantasy tale with a satisfying ending. I'm hoping there'll be a sequel to this.
  • Sorrow's Breast on Dec. 10, 2011

    A heart-breaking, thought-provoking tale. Beautiful prose, as you'd expect if you've read any of Lee Thompson's fiction. Excellent.
  • Turner on March 01, 2012

    I really enjoyed this gripping horror tale. I had to keep turning the page to find out what would happen to each character, and there was a nice amount of splatter. As each scene unfolded, I could easily imagine watching it on a big screen. It would make a great film. This will do, for visiting remote islands, what Jaws did for swimming in the sea.
  • Somewhere to Start From on Jan. 26, 2013

    A very enjoyable collection of short stories, flash fiction, and microfiction. 'Featherweight' and 'Falling From Grace' were my favourites, but I found all the stories extremely well-written and entertaining. I look forward to reading more from this author.