Guy N. Smith
Guy N. Smith is a best-selling author with over 100 books to his name. Genres include: horror, mystery fiction, westerns, children's fiction and a number of non-fiction titles. He first wrote for the sporting press in 1963 and over the ensuing years contributed many articles to The Gamekeeper & Countryside, Shooting Times and several other publications. He has also penned many short stories for anthologies including the legendary London Mystery Selection. In between his writing he has had a varied and interesting career: he worked in banking, was a private detective and had his own shotgun cartridge loading business.
Adam Millard is the author of twenty-two novels, twelve novellas, and more than two hundred short stories, which can be found in various collections, magazines, and anthologies. Probably best known for his post-apocalyptic and comedy-horror fiction, Adam also writes fantasy/horror for children, as well as bizarro fiction for several publishers. His work has recently been translated for the German market.
Nathan Robinson lives in Scunthorpe, England with his wife/editor and twin boys. He's contributed to over twenty different anthologies so far, with lots more on the horizon. His crime thriller Top of the Heap was adapted in a podcast by www.pseudopod.org to rave reviews. Starers, released by Severed Press in 2012 gained much praise, with fans hungry for a sequel.
Richard Ayre was born in Northumberland, Northern England, and now lives in Newcastle upon Tyne where he continues to write horror fiction. At an impressionable age he fell in love with new wave Heavy Metal and rock music, and at the same time read his first James Herbert novel. The combination of these two magnificent things led him to write Minstrel's Bargain, a tale of music and horror. Minstrel's Bargain is the first novel in the Prophecy Books. Richard has also written Minstrel’s Renaissance, the second of that trilogy, and Point of Contact, a sci-fi chiller, as well as the short story anthology A Hatful of Shadows. When not writing, Richard can be found zooming around the Northumberland countryside on his motorcycle, Tanya.