Twisted 50 volume 2, to be released for Xmas 2018

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Kindle ISBN 978-0-9956538-6-3
Softback
ASIN: B07HY97B2Z
Released November 2018

Twisted50 vol 2: 50 stories from 50 disturbed voices of modern horror…

Twisted 50 volume 2 is your second sitting at the table of contemporary horror. Prepare for an forbidden feast of fifty courses… A slice of terror, grilled to perfection. Ripened dread, stewed in a sensual broth of dark delights. Followed by succulent wonder, wrapped in freshly garrotted fear. Fifty new dishes, from fifty master chefs of the contemporary unspeakable. Settle in and sharpen your knives… here come the Hors d’oeuvres!

 



Twisted50 Volume 2... Awards in November

Winners will be announced and prizes awarded at the gala book launch in London. We will be platforming...

  • Best Story (1st place)
  • Best Story (2nd place)
  • Best Story (3rd place)
  • Most Twisted Tale
  • Best Character
  • Best Death
  • Most Ourstanding Original Voice

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Twisted50 Volume 2 News Updates...

Twisted50 Vol 2 is released…

We are delighted to share the news that Twisted50 vol 2 have been released, with fifty terrifying tales from 50 of the most breathtaking voices in new horror.

 

Twisted 50 volume 2 is your second sitting at the table of contemporary horror. Prepare for a forbidden feast of fifty courses… A slice of terror, grilled to perfection. Ripened dread, stewed in a sensual broth of dark delights. Followed by succulent wonder, wrapped in freshly garrotted fear. Fifty new dishes, from fifty master chefs of the contemporary unspeakable. Settle in and sharpen your knives… here come the Hors d’oeuvres!

 

The authors include many returning writers who featured on Twisted50 vol 1, as well as a new and perhaps even more demented writers… They are... Jane Badrock, Lee Betteridge, Ricardo Bravo, Richie Brown, Jessica Brown, Lee Burgess, Kendall Castor-Perry, Phil Chard, Dee Chilton, Simon Cluett, Jacky Dahlhaus, Karen Davison, Freya Eden-Ellis, Maryna Gaidar, TR Guest, Penegrin Shaw, Lucy V Hay, Rachael Howard, Fiona Hunnisett, Stephanie Hutton, Maggie Innes, James Jay, Chris Jeal, Fiona Leitch, Matt George Lovett, SV MacDonald, Dean Marriner, Ben Marshall, Scott Merrow, Robbie Mori, Tom Nolan, Andy Perry, Steve Pool, Emma Pullar, Lewis Rice, Ann Richardson, Leo Robertson, Paul Shearer, Gordon Slack, Juliet Sneed, Madeleine Swann, Melissa Szydlek, Bruce Thomas, Milethia Thomas, Phil Town, Hillier Townsend, Nick Twyford, Mark Walker, Eileen Wilson and Nick Yates.

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Join us for the Book Launch and Awards… Twisted50 and Singularity50

You are invited to an unforgettable evening on December 18th to celebrate the double launch AND Awards for Twisted50 volume 2 and Singularity50 in the spooky Cinema Museum in London (close to Elephant and Castle).

 

Date: Tuesday December 18th at 7:00pm 
Time: Doors open 6:30 for 7:00, Awards start at 8pm

Tickets: £25
Dress code: Fabulous, Futuristic and / or gothic
Expectations: Set to high!
Venue: The Cinema Museum, The Master’s House, 2 Dugard Way (off Renfrew Road), London SE11 4TH (located in Kennington, close to the Elephant and Castle). Map at foot of page.

 

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The Man in the Dicky Bowtie

The story behind the story, 'Dead Comedians' by Simon Cluett

Picture the scene. It's the late 1970s and a young, fresh-faced whippersnapper in flannel jim-jams has just brushed his toothy pegs and is all ready for beddy-byes. He stifles a yawn as he pads into a garishly decorated front room. For the sake of argument let's call this sleepy-eyed tyke "Simon", for t'was me. I'm eight years old but instead of saying nighty-night to my Mum and Dad I'm transfixed by the strange man on the telly. I'd seen Star Wars the previous year but not even the scum and villainy of Mos Eisley space port had prepared me for this tubby man with piggy eyes and a dicky bow tie.

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The light at the end of the Tunnel by Mark Walker

“Where do you get your ideas from?”

 

The question all writers get asked at some point in their careers, isn’t it?

 

Well, it’s not a question I have been asked quite yet, but then I haven’t done anything to garner that much interest for someone to ask the question.

 

But I’m going to answer the question anyway, whether you like it or not.

 

And, like any writer, I am sure there is no simple answer.

 

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Watch the Twisted50 Volume Two Trailer… if you dare!

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