I've been reading and writing horror since I was too young to do either. I could never see myself being anything other than a writer which, I guess, goes someway toward explaining the fact that at forty three years of age I'm still renting a shoe box filled with borrowed furniture but, I digress. The first horror novel I ever read was Stephen King's Pet Sematary, and King is the author I count as my biggest influence, along with Jeffrey Eugenedes and Charles Dickens. I'm as big a movie fan as I am a book worm, and my love of cinema also greatly informs my writing style.
I published my first two books - the horror anthologies Trails, and Anomaly: Ten monsters of a different kind - in 2013, and a neo-noir novella (try saying that five times fast) called The Rental, the first in what I call my vengeance series, in 2015. My next book, an anthology/novel called Little Treasures (see trailer links below) will be out soon, and another neo-noir novella (just wanted to say that aloud again), the second in my vengeance series called The Son, will be out later this year.
You can find the book trailers for Little Treasures here: