Complementing my interviews, today’s Author Spotlight, the three hundred and eighty-third, is of crime and horror writer John Moralee. If you would like to take part in an author spotlight, take a look at author-spotlights.
John Moralee writes crime and horror stories, often mixing the two genres together into dark suspense fiction. He lives in the UK, where his short fiction has appeared in magazines and anthologies including The Mammoth Book of Future Cops, Crimewave, The New Writer, The Asylum Within, Hideous Progeny: A Frankenstein Anthology, Acclaim, the British Fantasy Society’s magazine Peeping Tom, and the Fish Short Story Award book Scrap Magic and Other Stories.
Many collections of his short fiction are available as e-books. They include The Bone Yard and Other Stories, Bloodways, Afterburn and Other Stories, Blue Ice, The Good Soldier and Other Stories, Thirteen: Unlucky For Some, Under Dark Skies and a science fiction collection The Tomorrow Tower.
His début crime novel is a Rhode Island-based mystery thriller called Acting Dead.
And now from the author himself: