J E Bamford currently lives in the Midlands area of England. Writing from an early age, Bamford made books by using A4 paper and sticky tape. J E Bamford has always had a strong interest in the paranormal and beings from another world and loves to listen to podcasts about strange and real events. J E Bamford has four children, and several chickens and ducks.
"From what her eyes allowed her to see, the figure was barely four-feet in height and its stature was unusually slender; more slender in its build than was possibly healthy for any human. Who was this stranger and why was he looking directly at her?"
"After completing this frightening ritual the strange beings came to a sudden halt and faced the car; their heads slowly lifted up to look at their victims."
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
I remember writing a play in the school holidays.
What is your writing process?
I'm an early riser so one of the first things I do is head for the laptop. I try to pack in as much writing as I can during the day and feel I'm cheating myself if I don't write even one sentence.
'He called me like a dog and I liked it.' Ruby is infatuated with a tall, dark stranger that visits the shop where she works. She wants to get to know Daryl but there is more to him than meets the eye. He claims to be a werewolf and what's more alarming is he also claims Ruby is his She-Wolf and he has his own plans for their future. Contains adult themes and scenes of violence.
When Jess and Tanner are attacked by strange beings, their only source of help comes from ufologist, Jack McGuire, who tells them they aren't the only ones to have encountered what appears to be aliens. However, even he seems unable to protect the young couple from a group of black-clad government officials intent on silencing the victims at any cost.