Lots of people know Steven for his skills as a proofreader, editor and book cover designer, but perhaps aren't aware that he is also a talented writer. His first stories were published over twenty years ago, and Into the Shadows includes some early work as well as more recent stories. It's a terrific collection, varied and highly entertaining, and I recommend it wholeheartedly.
Murders and violence. Dark shadows and darker deeds.
Would you rent a flat whose last occupant was a murderous cannibal?
How would you deal with a dead body washed up on the beach?
Do you know whether what you see around you is even real?
Into the Shadows collects ten of Steven Miscandlon’s short stories written and published between 1993 and 2012, covering a range of genres from crime and horror to science fiction.
Steven’s work was first published in various independent magazines in the early nineties, including West Coast Magazine, the leading Scottish literary journal which helped launch the careers of writers such as Irvine Welsh. His first collection of short fiction and poetry, Forever Lost, was released in 1994. In addition to stories published online, his more recent work has featured in the British crime anthology True Brit Grit.
Into the Shadows contains violence, cruelty and adult language. It is available from Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com for a mere 77p/99c. Bargain!