A wee look behind the curtain at the mechanics of what I do and why I do it.
Something is feeding, ravenously, on animals, wildlife, and now people in the Scottish Highlands, and the trail leads to only one place, a place of legends, and the dark waters of Loch Ness.
Some more about where THE GREEN AND THE BLACK came from
I've liked a drink for about 45 years now. People keep telling me it'll kill me, but at this stage, if it's drink that gets me now, I'll consider it a win
A post about why I write the S-Squad books, and where they go next.
Got asked a couple of times yesterday about my Scottish fiction, so here's the gen.
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Regular readers of mine know that I like to seed Seton family Easter eggs in my books. They're generally wee red-haired Scotsmen and women who either dabble in alchemy, know more than they're telling, might or might not be immortal, or have sold their souls for a shiny sword and a way with the ladies …
I'm Willie, I'm a Scotsman, and I like horror fiction. A lot of my work, long and short form, has been set in Scotland, and a lot of it uses the history and folklore. There's just something about the misty landscapes and old buildings that speaks straight to my soul. (Bloody Celts... we get all …
I read widely, both in the crime and horror genres, but my crime fiction in particular keeps returning to older, pulpier, bases. My series character, Glasgow PI Derek Adams, is a Bogart and Chandler fan, and it is the movies and Americana of the '40s that I find a lot of my inspiration for him, …