Robin and his family are abandoning Earth II for a home among the stars, leaving his frail grandparents behind. Will he ever see them again? What awaits them in this new life?
Anthony is an independent author currently based in the Forest of Dean. A keen advocate of self-publishing, Anthony writes horror that is both traditional and seeks to push the boundaries of the genre through inverting tropes and mixing styles. The Tor is a spectral horror set in a small English village across several decades, whilst The Soul Bazaar is a collection of eight short stories on the theme of death and rebirth. It contains the prize-winning story Wake, selected for publication in Rambunctious Ramblings’ 2016 anthology. Both of these releases are available through all the usual digital outlets, and in paperback through Amazon. His début release, Reformed, is available in digital format only. It is a Sci-Fi with horror elements. His next full-length release is Swarm, anticipated for release in Autumn of 2017, and will again be a digital and physical release. His writing style has been likened to Clive Barker, James Herbert and Chuck Palahnuik. When he’s not writing he can be found playing guitar, listening to rock and metal, or reading Stephen King, Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett, Ian Rankin, George Orwell or Clive Barker. As well as the social media links below he can be found at www.wattpad.com/NewBritishHorror, and at Instagram.com/Anthony.MorganClark