Friday, April 30, 2021


Mystics in Hell


If you’re looking for something devilishly dark and diabolically delightful – besides Gehennardelli cacao chocolate, that is – then why not take a bite out of this latest offering from Heroes in Hell.

Inside the wrapper you’ll find a titillating compilation of tales that are not only fiendishly flavorsome, but so Tartarean on the tongue that you’ll be salivating from the bittersweet images they invoke.

So what are you waiting for? 

Don’t be square! Tuck in, and sample the very best in what shared universes should be like, bar none!


Sunday, April 11, 2021


Mystics in Hell


If you’re hoping to exorcise your gray matter, then look no further than this latest misadventure from the Heroes in Hell Universe. It’s one hex of an anthology.



Inside, you’ll find an unworthy cast of miscreants who wouldn’t be out of place in Dante’s Inferno. But as you’ll soon find out, there’s nothing divine about this comedy of errors, for its jam-packed with Satanic soothsayers, pestilent prophets, ruinous rune casters, and telestic  transgressors of all kinds. You know the type, those who would rather cross your throat with silver than your palm . . . especially if a knife or other sharp object is involved.

Yes, if you like tales of hi-jinx and madcap, cryptic capers, where necromantic antics abound, then the Heroes in Hell universe is the arcane insane asylum for you! Dive in without delay. You’ll soon feel right at home, bouncing off the walls of your illmagination in the company of hags, harpies and heretics galore. (Long-sleeved jackets not included)


It’s monstrously good fun and augurs well for you not to delay clicking on the link.

Friday, April 9, 2021


Mystics in Hell


As fans of Heroes in Hell will already be aware, the latest in a long line of accursed anthologies from the greatest shared universe under miscreation will soon be with us.

And in anticipation of its imminent release, I’m pleased to announce that I have two short stories included within this particular edition. Here’s a brief taster of what’s in store:

The Come Right Inn

In the Come Right Inn, we meet one of Satan’s most secretive and ill-usive agents. A charming woman with a finger – and most other body parts – in every pie. She’s bewitching, beguiling, and bedeviled to be sure, but won’t think twice about skinning you alive if you cross her.

Why don't you book yourself a room in the Come Right Inn. (Evidently, the menu is to die for).


The Sorcerous Apprentice

In The Sorcerous Apprentice, Daemon Grim learns new tricks from an old dog. And just as well. There’s a fallen saint to bring to heel, and she’s not known for playing ball . . . crystal or otherwise.

It doesn’t take second sight to exercise foresight and realize that Satan’s Reaper won’t be chasing his own tail as he hunts his latest adversary. Like it or not, his bite is so much worse than his bark that by the time he’s finished, there’ll be bones aplenty piling up on the Undertaker’s slab.


And these are only two of the many thaumaturic temptations laid out within the pages of this latest ill-omened offering from the most spell-tacular shared universe in existence. Yes, there will be mishaps and arcane antics aplenty in . . .

Mystics in Hell


If you want to satisfy the hunger gnawing at your soul, stay tuned to this blog, or:

For more information and the forthcoming buy links.