James Flynn grew up in Sidcup, Kent, England.
He's taken on many different roles in his life so far: juvenile delinquent, car paint sprayer, soldier in the British Army, twenty-something delinquent, graffiti artist, lorry driver, part-time portrait painter, English teacher and, of course, author.
When he writes a story, he tries to create something unique and different, something that's very hard to define and categorize. His main objective, however, is to create the strangest, creepiest, weirdest tale he possibly can, unsettling all those who read it.
His ultimate dream as an author is to cause a reader to be confined to a mental institution and sectioned under the mental health act after reading one of his stories, although he admits that this is a bit optimistic.
James's work has appeared in Black Petals Magazine, Yellow Mama Magazine, The Scare Room Podcast, and the short story anthology Local Haunts.