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J.G. Clay

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Born in the leafy peaceful surroundings of Leamington Spa on Halloween, J.G Clay is se to become the Midlands Master of The Macabre. Now in his early forties and residing in the leafier English county of Northamptonshire, Clay’s boyhood dream of bringing his unique combination of cosmic horror, dark fiction and science fiction to the masses is being realised. With the first volume of ‘The Tales of Blood And Sulphur’ under his belt, he is poised to unleash Gods, Monsters and weird events upon the world. Under Clay’s guidance, the Dark will become a little darker and Horror will go One Step Beyond.
When he is not destroying worlds, J.G likes to spend time with his family and friends, exploring the world of bass guitar, adding to his eclectic c
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One thing that all authors will agree on is the heartache when you have consign something to the fabled 'trunk/drawer/bin of Lost Stories'. It's a crushing moment when you realize that the novel/novella/short story that you've been slaving over is actually the worst thing committed to paper ever. Adding to the sense of despair is the sure-fire knowledge that you have to start from scratch, endu... Read more of this blog post »
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J.G. Clay Hi all.

Exciting news about 'Tales of Blood and Sulphur'.

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J.G. Clay Clay folk; head on over to Terminal Publication for a big announcement on 'The Carnival of Monsters'
It's good. Real good!

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J.G. Clay Hi all

Just to let you know that the Official Trailer for 'Tales Of Blood and Sulphur can be found on my website, along with a small article about the meeting of minds.

Check out the fantastic trailer:

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message 1: by J.G.

J.G. Clay Hi all. Sorry I haven't replied personally to you all of you who have been kind enough to add me. I would like to say a massive heartfelt thank you to you all. I look forward to getting to know you all, and I hope that the horror fans amongst you and even the non-horror but curious section take some time to have a look at my writing.
One love and big thanks.

JG


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