Revealing a collection of work in dark fiction, ranging from horror to comedy and all the messy bits in between.

The 'For Consumption' section, has a collection of short stories across different genres. 'In the Lavender Sea,' and 'Taken Host,' are just two of a few that had gathered readers and feedback aplenty. There are several stories now available on audio with the links contained within relevant stories, including Beyond Full Moon, Immortal Lust and In The Lavender Sea.

Some works are also now part of recently published anthologies featuring many varied writers, enquire within for more details.

The series Proactive Square, split into several parts, details the stories of several central characters who are recruited to work in a secret city developed to run a one world economy. The City itself is stuffed full of viciously ambitious people, all run and recruited by four megalomaniacs whose vision and self interest knows no bounds. Dive in and read whatever appeals in the whole saga.

Or for teeny tiny slices, try out the new section entitled Multiverse Mini Bites, they are quick, digestible and will pass straight through you before you've had chance to shout, "Stop!"

I also provide little hints and teasers on my forthcoming novel, 'And Then The End Will Come.' First draft excerpts are available. You can find more detail within the site.

Feedback is always welcomed, and for those looking to subscribe, please fill details in the subscribe section of the site and you shall be provided with stories anew, hot off the press.....or fairly warm via email. Please remember to confirm your free subscription.

If you would like to hear and see more in person, here are links to two recent interviews, one with the lovely Manchester radio station ALLFM, about recent short story successes and the novel: Radio Interview

The second is an interview with Boomers on Books, via YouTube:
YouTube - Boomers on Books
Companionship, escapism, relief and horror await.....

Please note, some stories contain explicit language and content. Tread lightly.

Thank you for reading.

David DeWinter

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