J.G Clay

Biography

J.G Clay is definitely a Man of Horror. There can be no doubt. Putting aside the reverence he has for the horror greats, such as King, Barker, Herbert, Carpenter, Romero and Argento, there is another fact that defines his claim for the title of the 'Duke of Spook'. He was born on Halloween night. By a quirk fate, it was also a full moon that night. Co-incidence?

The 41 year old hails from the Midlands in the United Kingdom, is married with one step child and two dogs that bear a strong resemblance to Ewoks. Beyond the page and the written word, he is music mad and can hold down a tune on a bass guitar pretty well. He is an avid reader and also has an enduring love of British sci-fi, from the pages of the '2000A.D' comic to the televised wanderings of Gallifrey's most famous physician. Clay is also a long-time fan of the mighty Birmingham City Football Club and endures a lot of flak from his friends for it.

Smashwords Interview

Describe your desk
Small, messy yet homely and most definitely well loved and well used. It's my TARDIS. From here I can voyage anywhere in time and space.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in a few different locations in the UK. The bulk of my formative years were spent in Luton, a small town 30 odd miles away from London, and then Kettering, smack bang in the heart of the Midlands. I suppose the biggest influences these places had on my writing was in terms of locations. There were plenty of spooky places to poke around in, especially in the area of Luton that I grew up in - woods, storm drains, marshes, tower blocks. The scenery of my childhood has provided me with some amazing imagery, not to mentions smells
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Where to find J.G Clay online


Where to buy in print


Books

Tales of Blood And Sulphur:Apocalypse Minor
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 84,490. Language: English. Published: June 29, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Occult
J.G Clay takes you on a journey through the voids of Reality and into dark places where demons, mutants and inter-dimensional creatures taunt, taint and corrupt Humanity. Survival is not guaranteed, sanity is not assured and death lurks in every corner. These are the Tales of Blood and Sulphur: Apocalypse Minor; eleven twisted tales of terror.

J.G Clay's tag cloud

alien    creature    death    demon    ghost    gore    horror    violence