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Beverley Lee

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    Beverley Lee
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    I'm a dark fiction writer from the UK, in thrall to quiet horror and beautiful words, vampires, and the world of gothic shadows and what lies within. Dreamer. Star gazer. Fuelled by tea. Find me in moss-drenched graveyards, historic houses, ancient woodland - any place where the whispers of the past still cling. #gothichorror #queerhorror #vampires

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  1. Thank you so much, Crystal 😄 You made my day!
  2. Thank you so much for picking it up, Dolores ☺️
  3. Eek. I'm so excited, Steve. Thank you! 😃
  4. *melts* You know my boys adore you! 🥰
  5. Echoing Nicole in all things! 😍
  6. If you need me to do anything, Steve, just yell!
  7. Hope it's okay to post this here, Steve. The House of Little Bones is only 99c/99p today on Kindle countdown. A bargain price if you've never tried any of my works and want to test them out 😊 http://mybook.to/HouseofLittleBones He thought he was untouchable. David Lansdown, esteemed British horror writer and supernatural sceptic, is used to basking in the glow of the press… Until a hastily snapped photo hits the headlines and makes his affair with his publisher’s son public. When David finds himself at Bone Hollow, a house with a glass wall overlooking a wild and desolate moor, his only concern is writing his next best seller to bury his misdeeds in the past. But something stirs beneath the earth. Something bound to the land. Something determined to take everything from him. Luca Fox-Waite is still in love with the man who cast him aside, but his own childhood demons lurk in his shadow. As he discovers more about Bone Hollow’s history, he finds himself ensnared in its story—a story steeped in time and tragedy. Because curses lie in bones, and they do not die. The House of Little Bones is a tale of avarice, adoration, and of how the sins of the past cling to the living as well as the dead.
  8. Your first paragraph was music to my ears, Ric @Ric and I definitely agree that there's a certain confusion amongst some readers as to what actually fits under a genre banner and what that banner means.
  9. Hi Holly @Holly Tinsley, I write under the dark fiction/horror banner, not fantasy, although there are most probably some dark fantasy elements lurking somewhere. I find it really hard to pigeon hole my books into specific boxes. For me it's the story that is King with whatever that throws up along the way. But like fantasy there are so many different sub genres of horror from extreme/slasher/serial killer to quiet/gothic. My feet are firmly in the latter camp but sometimes it seems like a very small settlement. So, I guess what I'm trying to say is don't worry about any elements that crop up that can't be contained under a banner, just trust your gut instinct 😊
  10. Thank you so much for the shout out, Nicole! 🥰
  11. Thank you for the reply, @Crystal Rhew Staley ☺️ It's good to know readers understand the category!
  12. Definitely all of these, @Paromita Mukherjee - I haven't read that one, need to look it up!
  13. This is exactly how @Nicole Eigenerand I categorise it, Steve. We both have small elements of violence and gore in our writings, but they're only bit players as we let atmosphere and tension rule. Love the anti-slasher observation! ☺️
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