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H. K. Hillman
The Underdog Anthology, Volume 1 By HK Hillman
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32 stories by nine authors across a wide range of genres - most of which are certainly not suitable for children. Sex, violence, blood, gore, booze, drugs, cowboys and smoking - this book has it all.... More > The first anthology of Underdogs contains something for everyone and a few things that are probably for nobody. It's a lucky dip... If you're feeling lucky.< Less
The Articles of Dume - Horror Writing Articles from Alienskin Magazine By H.K. Hillman
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The gently psychotic Dr. Dume wrote his first article for the online magazine AlienSkin in November 2003, and continued writing them until the magazine closed in July 2010. The articles dealt with... More > horror writing – not so much the mechanics of writing as the underlying ideas, and where they came from. Joined, occasionally, by his friends, he recounts the generation of story ideas and some of the means by which he forms stories around them. Each article is short and to the point, designed to be read in a matter of minutes and intended to stir the idea pot that resides in every writer’s mind to see what floats to the top. This is not an instruction manual. It’s a book of ideas and of the dark places where they hide. Take a look – but bring a light. It’s dark in here.< Less
The Articles of Dume By H.K. Hillman
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The gently psychotic Dr. Dume wrote his first article for the online magazine AlienSkin in November 2003, and continued writing them until the magazine closed in July 2010. The articles dealt with... More > horror writing – not so much the mechanics of writing as the underlying ideas, and where they came from. Joined, occasionally, by his friends, he recounts the generation of story ideas and some of the means by which he forms stories around them. Each article is short and to the point, designed to be read in a matter of minutes and intended to stir the idea pot that resides in every writer’s mind to see what floats to the top. This is not an instruction manual. It’s a book of ideas and of the dark places where they hide. Take a look – but bring a light. It’s dark in here.< Less
Drawn without power By H.K. Hillman
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Thirty-two hand-drawn cartoons from the days before Windows, flat screens and mobile phones. A little humour from this author for a change!
Tales of Darkness and Despair By H.K. Hillman
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Five short tales of terror and despair, ranging from the unlikely to the possible and even into the probable. They are fiction... probably. The stories included here have been previously available... More > individually as eBooks. They are 'The Sweet Man', 'Room Service', A Little Knowledge', 'Bernie's Bargain' and 'A Christmas Contract'. It proved to be economically unviable to make them available as individual print books.< Less
Ghosthunting for the Sensible Investigator - Second Edition By Romulus Crowe
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In the five years since the first edition there has been no progress at all in research into ghosts and related phenomena. In fact, it appears that ghosthunting is now more about reality TV and... More > entertainment than about any serious research. Modern 'investigations' seem designed to show off new gadgetry rather than to obtain any form of actual data. This second edition consists of a collection of essays by an author infuriated by the abandonment of even the most basic of research principles and by the ridiculous insistence that buying more unproven gadgetry will somehow enhance success. You will not agree with everything in this book. It is not here to be agreed with. It is here to start you thinking like an investigator rather than a TV presenter. Most of all, it is here to save you money.< Less
Ghosthunting for the Sensible Investigator, first edition By Romulus Crowe
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There are too many so-called 'paranormal investigators' chasing too few real phenomena. Because of this, many impatient 'investigators' console themselves with nonsensical artefacts and a plethora... More > of useless electronics. Be different. Put your investigation first. Always remember, a box full of gadgets does not make you an expert. The instruments you use to record phenomena are tools. Learn which are useful and which are worthless to you. Become a sensible investigator rather than a gadget collector.< Less
Ghosthunting for the Sensible Investigator, second edition. By Romulus Crowe
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In the five years since the first edition there has been no progress at all in research into ghosts and related phenomena. In fact, it appears that ghosthunting is now more about reality TV and... More > entertainment than about any serious research. Modern 'investigations' seem designed to show off new gadgetry rather than to obtain any form of actual data. This second edition consists of a collection of essays by an author infuriated by the abandonment of even the most basic of research principles and the ridiculous insistence that buying more unproven gadgetry will somehow enhance success. You will not agree with everything in this book. It is not here to be agreed with. It is here to start you thinking like an investigator rather than a TV presenter. Most of all, it is here to save you money.< Less
A Little Knowledge By H.K. Hillman
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Take two brothers, one smart but physically weak, the other strong but not so bright. While they stick to their own specialities, everything is fine. When they decide to cross into each other's... More > territory, they soon find that a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing. Especially when it's in strong, determined and easily led hands.< Less
DarkThoughts and Demons By HK Hillman
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What do you do if you escape Hell and return to your body, only to find you’ve been cremated and are stuck as dust in a jar? What are those train loonies really up to? Are there really things... More > in the rain, are there supernatural saviours in alleyways, is it safe to deal with demons and if you choose to steal, what are the odds of burgling a house occupied by a demented killer? In these eleven tales you will meet monsters both supernatural and human and it’s up to you to decide which are worse – the demons, or the dark thoughts of Man?< Less