‘A Sinister Six’ is a collection of darkly disturbing stories, where the ordinary and mundane become extraordinary and fantastic.

Come along, as we journey to the edges of reality and glimpse what lies just beyond our reach. Discover that nothing is quite what it seems, and explore the horrors that travel with us throughout our lives.

The characters you will meet within have been forced beyond the boundary of their reality and have encountered what lies beyond.

Die, Blossom Bloom is the story of TED HARRIS, an old man who feels a yawning chasm of grief and guilt from the loss of his wife and the way her life ended. Keeping these details secret leads him to commit acts he never thought himself capable of.

The Girl in the Park tells the tale of a boy who encounters an enigmatic young woman in the park. As he grows, he begins to fall in love with her, but it is only at the end of his life that he discovers how he can be with her.

A Snap of The Fingers asks the questions What would you do for a loved one? Would you die for them? Would you kill for them? Ten-year-old SETH ROGERS is asked that very question by a stranger that offers to save his mother from the cancer that is killing her.

The Photograph A photograph is rediscovered decades after it was lost, only now the picture has several new faces in it, faces that were not there when it was taken.  

The Book demands to be read. It needs to be read. Doctor MONTE HILTON is tasked with helping a man that believes The Book is urging him to read it and that the very existence of our universe is in danger if he does.

I’m Watching You is the story of one man’s descent into insanity. Long hours and late nights force MIKE to question what is real and what is imagined. Some people can only be pushed so far before something breaks.

If you would like to buy A Sinister Six, you can find universal purchase links here. The book is available to pre-order until February 1st. If you pre-order, you can receive an extra two stories by emailing Steve with a screenshot of the purchase. You can email Steve at:
About The Author

Steve has been writing since his late teens, but after losing his way when children and life came along, he picked writing up again seriously, in 2011.

After several false starts, Steve was published in several online horror webzines, including Microhorror, Schlock! Horror, and several others.

Steve has also had work published by Alfie Dog fiction and those stories will be appearing in one of Steve’s future collections.

Over the past 18 months, Steve has had stories included in the anthologies The Asylum Within, and the Halloween edition of Dead but Dreaming.

Most recently, Steve was a guest author for the short story collection Deathly Musings, which was at the end of 2015.

Steve’s next goal was to self-publish his first book, which he succeeded in doing, when Die, Blossom, Bloom was published in May of 2016.  His next work in progress is already nearing completion, a collection of some of Steve’s best known work, called A Sinister Six.

Steve was born and raised in Nottingham, UK, in 1971, and he lives there now, with his wife, two children, two cats and two rabbits.

Steve’s first job was in a factory that made car parts, which was where he stayed for two years until he realised it was boring.  It was where he met his wife, so he still views it as a positive experience.

A very active sportsman, Steve went back to university  to study Sport Science (anatomy and physiology) and expected to move into a career in sports.

Instead, Steve worked with children and young people for several years, before being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at the age of just 30.  He now works for a local charity, supporting and empowering disabled people.  Writing resurfaced following his diagnosis, offering endless imaginary worlds to escape into.

You can connect with Steve on various social media platforms below.



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