The South-West happens to do weirdness very well, which is probably why I moved here. In fact, you can’t move for myths, legends and creepy tales, and the area has so many ghost stories, it’s overwhelming.
Jamaica Inn will forever be associated with Daphne Du Maurier’s novel. If you’ve never read it, I heartily recommend it, it’s a cracking read. What you might not know is that behind the great novel lies a very real, very sinister location. Are you ready to take a trip to the remote wilds of Bodmin Moor? Off we go then!
Last month, I won Amazon’s New Night Before Christmas story competition. It was a crazy, exciting experience, and I thought I’d share what it was actually like – as it was certainly unlike anything I’ve ever been through before!
We all know that exercise is good for us. However, most presume they can stop the workouts when they die – though somehow, the memo must have got lost in the post for one of Exeter’s stranger spirits.
After completing your book, you’re likely to be focused on one thing only – that all-important publishing deal. It’s the same for all writers; you’ve spent so long slaving away to make the book as good as possible, now it’s time to share it with the world.
Only thing is, what happens after someone agrees to publish your book? Yikes!