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About Ray Daley

Ray Daley was born in Coventry & still lives there. He served 6 yrs in the RAF as a clerk & spent most of his time in a Hobbit hole in High Wycombe. He is a published poet & has been writing stories since he was 10. His current dream is to eventually finish the Hitch Hikers fanfic novel he's been writing since 1986.

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Review by: Britanny Lowden on Nov. 12, 2013 :
What more can I say?
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Review by: James Jenkins on Nov. 5, 2013 :
Well written and a unique story idea in an overdone genre. It provides an answer to a question that is often on my mind, if you lived (or were undead) for hundreds of years, how would you make ends meet?
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Review by: Michener 78 on Nov. 4, 2013 :
Tasty good read :-) . I am not a writer but I liked the way this was written!
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Review by: Pamela Cornes on Oct. 25, 2013 :
Much different from my usual reads and took a minute for me to get into the flow, but it was good.
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Review by: Sherry Donacy on Oct. 22, 2013 :
There is something about Daley's style that grabs me. I think its the clean, succinct, and descriptive text. I'm glad with the darkening of the season that Daley's writing has also darkened. While I liked his first Halloween release, I find this one to be ever-so-thoroughly unique. Yes, when I read the word 'vampire' in a story I cringe for humanity. Don't get me wrong, I love vampires. Heck, I've not seen the sun in so long I might be one myself. But Hollywood has driven the stake into the heart of my beloved dead undead. I am glad to say Daley has done something unique here, something that in all my dark perusing I have never seen. He has breathed new life into this stale dusty crypt and I would love to see a novel length version of this very original concept.
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