Horror and Disturbing Fiction by Steve Boseley
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As it says above, I write darkly disturbing fiction. A mixture of horror, supernatural, paranormal and weird fiction is what you'll find within these pages, with perhaps some dystopian or post-apocalyptic fiction thrown in as well.
Feel free to browse the site to see what's on offer. A click on the 'BOOKS' menu will bring you a list of my work that is currently available, or click the link at the bottom of each page to receive my FREE book of chilling tales and be kept up to date with what I'm working on.
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'Half a Loaf of Fiction' is now FREE!
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TWO new short scary stories from my next book
ONE reworking of a classic fairy tale - Horror style!
Art and Inspiration from all SIX stories in 'A Sinister Six'.
Interview with Steve
Author test - have you got what it takes?
Everything you ever wanted to know about me but didn't care enough to ask
Spennyriver Dispatch - News from a fictional town in the Midlands
Spennyriver English - Learn to speak the lingo of this strange town
'Serial' is now available!
Some things won't die. A supernatural horror story.
STUART HARVEY ROGERS has an unfortunate addiction. He lives to kill. He's very good at it, but he is in prison, and that has put an end to his addiction.
For the moment.
ALEX WRIGHT, a journalist fortunate enough to have full access to one of England's modern-day serial killers, is hoping to tell the tale of his life. What is it that makes someone kill so many people? How does the mind of a serial killer work? These are the questions Alex hopes to answer. She'll get her answers, just not in the way she expects.
Stuart has been in prison for two years, and now it's time to get back to business.
Praise for Die, Blossom, Bloom
"My attention was grabbed by the first paragraph, I had to read more."
"...its true meaning only gradually appears in a masterful narration that soon turns surprisingly dark."
"Too dark, perhaps, for some readers, as this is not a novella for the squeamish."
Praise for Tooth Fairy
“…it packed a lot into its few pages, something that is hard to achieve well, but that this author executes masterfully.”
"(A) very short story that was strikingly eerie in its plot."