Richard started reading horror books at a young age, starting with R L Stine’s ‘Goosebumps’ and ‘Point Horror’ series. He traumatised himself at the age of twelve when he read Stephen King’s ‘IT’, and never looked back. He is currently based in the UK, where he lives with his partner, and an inappropriate amount of books.
"Was the threat of death all we needed to die?"When smiles act like monsters in the dark who are pretending to be friendly, it's hard to know where to put your...
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Richard Martin's Top Indie Books 2021
|1||In That Endlessness, Our End||Gemma Files||Collection|
|2||Slow Burn on Riverside||Chad Lutzke||Short Read|
|3||Cathedral||Dave Jeffery||Short Read|
|4||We Make Monsters Here||Richard Newby||Collection|
|5||Hollow Skulls and Other Stories||Samuel Marzioli||Collection|
|6||Cruel Summer||Wesley Southard||Novel|
|7||2 B||Mark Allan Gunnells||Short Read|
|8||Severed||Joshua Marsella||Short Read||Omit; No Author Profile|
|9||Liar: Memoir of a Haunting||E. F. Schraeder||Short Read|
|10||The Unwelcome||Jacob Steven Mohr||Novel|