Richard GK Stark
Richard GK Stark is based in the UK. His background includes a Degree in Physics and 17 years experience working in New Media Publishing - including Video, Books, CD-ROMs & Internet Publishing.
He is also a talented Classical Singer, from which he now makes a full time living. (see http://www.richardstark.co.uk)
He also runs a Publishing Company, RGK Media Ltd.
He first noticed a talent for writing as a child, his stories became very popular with the other kids during school or on camping trips.
Up until now working in Publishing and Opera Singing took up the majority of his time.
His first book - Four Short Horror Stories, focusses on contemporary characters in everyday experiences that are given a horrific twist.
More Short Horror Stories and Comedy/Fantasy works are planned for future release.
He has also written two Operas.
Where to find Richard GK Stark online
Urban Horror Volume 2 : Four More Short Horror Stories
By Richard GK Stark
Published: December 19, 2013.
What! No Vampires or Zombies! Something far more original.
Gripping, hard-hitting Contemporary Horror stories that lie on the edge of what is reality and what is fantasy.
Following on from the highly successful Volume One comes four more stories.
Urban Horror : Four Short Horror Stories
By Richard GK Stark
Published: February 28, 2012.
What!! No vampires or zombies !! Something far more original - gripping, hard-hitting. Contemporary Horror stories that lie on the edge of what is reality and what is fantasy.
Each story features a contemporary character who finds themselves in an everyday situation (one that we may all have experienced at some time) that is given a horrific twist. Suitable for ages 13 and up.
Richard GK Stark’s tag cloud
Smashwords book reviews by Richard GK Stark
- The Road Home
on Jan. 31, 2012
Lots of action. Little substance.
Wow ! What next. A lot of things happening in very few words. It felt like the description of a computer arcade game. Not bad nonetheless.
- Necroforms (a short story)
on May 24, 2012
A really well written story, albeit a pretty gruesome idea. Just enough detail to draw you in without becoming boring.