Kelly Evans


I've written for as long as I can remember, and was reading adult books in primary school. Love of stories just doesn't cover it!

Born in Canada of Scottish extraction, I graduated in History and English from McMaster University in Ontario, Canada.

After graduation I moved to the UK where I worked in the financial sector. While in London I continued my studies in history, focussing on Medieval England and the Icelandic Sagas (with a smattering of Old Norse and Old English - tip: swearing in Old Norse is a really effective conversation stopper!).

I now live in Toronto, Canada with my husband Max and two rescue cats (Bear and Wolf). I still work in the financial sector as a trade technology project manager but in my head I'm always writing. My short stories have been published in numerous magazines and E-zines as well as a horror anthology, where my fourteenth century historic-horror story was received with enthusiasm.

When not writing I enjoy reading history books, silversmithing, playing oboe and medieval recorder, and watching really bad horror and old sci-fi movies (every year for my birthday I receive sets of classic horror movies from my lovely friends, who know me SO well). I am currently working on the second book in my Anglo-Saxon series, set in the turbulent years prior to the Norman invasion.

Where to find Kelly Evans online

Where to buy in print


Revelation: Mortecarni Part Two
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 77,870. Language: English. Published: May 11, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Undead, Fiction » Historical » Medieval
It's 1349. The Black Death and the mortecarni continue their path of destruction across Europe. A discovery about a potential cure sends Brother Maurice through Europe to Poland in a race to finally end the undead menace. Can he ignore the challenge to his calling caused by a new companion's presence? And can he find the cure for the mortecarni before all is lost?
The Mortecarni
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 83,940. Language: British English. Published: July 28, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Undead, Fiction » Historical » Medieval
England, 1348. The Black Death, a physician monk & the Mortecarni. Good v evil isn't always black & white.

Kelly Evans' tag cloud

black death    history    horror    medieval    plague    poland    undead    zombie    zombies