Craig Saunders is the author of forty (or so) novels and novellas, including 'ALT-Reich', 'Vigil' and 'Hangman', and has written over a hundred short stories, available in anthologies and magazines, 'best of' collections and audio formats. He writes in whatever genre he wants, doesn't take drugs and this isn't a job interview so it's not like it makes a difference either way.
Imprints: Dark Fable Books/Fable Books.
Likes: Nice people, games, books, and doggos.
Dislikes: Weird smells, surprises, and gang fights in Chinatown alleyways.
He's happy to talk mostly anything over at:
Praise for Craig Saunders:
[Masters of Blood and Bone] '...combines the quirkiness of Dean Koontz's Odd Thomas series with the hardcore mythology of Clive Barker to create an adventure that is both entertaining and terrifying.' - examiner.com
[Vigil] 'A gripping accomplishment.' - Murder, Mayhem and More.
'Saunders is fast becoming a must read author...' - Scream.
[Bloodeye] '...razor-sharp prose.' Wayne Simmons, author of Flu and Plastic Jesus.
'Plain and simple, this guy can write.' - Edward Lorn, author of Bay's End.
[Deadlift] 'Noir-like, graphic novel-like horror/thriller/awesomeness.' - David Bernstein, author of Relic of Death and Witch Island.
'A master of the genre.' Iain Rob Wright.
[Spiggot] 'Incredibly tasteless, shamelessly lowbrow, and very, very funny.' - Jeff Strand.
[A Home by the Sea] 'Brutal and poetic...' - Bill Hussey, author of Through a Glass, Darkly.
[Rain] '...the best book I've read in a year.' - The Horror Zine.
[Cold Fire] '...full of emotion and heart.' - Ginger Nuts of Horror.
The Devil might be the greatest liar of all time...but which lies are his? A man named Jesus wanders the earth, from the U.S.A. to Egypt, from the Middle East to South America, desperate to discover who he really is....
A man walks the streets of Frampton. Some people see him, though most don't. He's just the street sweeper...but he's a preacher, too, and he's preaching death. Warren Johns, the last of a dying breed, may be the only one who can stop the Hangman....
Elton Burlock's done his time...twenty-six years for a terrible murder. Some of those years were hard, some easy. On the outside, he takes the only job he can find as the custodian of a local cemetery where three black angels won't let him rest....