Fatum Monstre Corrupcio.
While it may sound like a spell from a school for witches and wizards it is anything but.
This is a collection of three horror stories by author Jim Knowes.
“Kismet” is a tale of loss, grief and a husbands battle to save his beloved wife from that beast, fate.
“The terrible thing in the house on the hill” is a Seussian, dark comedy with a dash of Lovecraftian monster.
“The total depravation of Harrison Schofield” is about a man’s struggle for his very life against everyday monsters, his fellow man, and a tale of depravity and corruption.
Fate, monsters and corruption.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Always write. Go with your gut. Write what you enjoy.
Jim Knowes is a newcomer on the Australian horror scene with a diversity of writing from classical themes to black humour to visceral terror.
Currently working on his first novel, which began as a winning NaNoWriMo project, he has produced a handful of flash-fiction and short stories and continues to do so on a regular basis.
Jim lives in Melbourne with his wife and children, is a self-professed geek, gamer and horror movie enthusiast.What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I have always been a huge fan of horror and when I started writing this was the natural genre for me.
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