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Chris Lynch

Chris Lynch is a writer, technologist, digital marketeer, film-maker, comic book guy, part-time hypnotist, foodie, and general nuisance.

For the past few years, Chris has been writing Doctor Who spin-off stories in the "Haisman Universe" featuring characters such as Brigadier Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart, Lucy Wilson, monsters such as the Quarks and the Great Intelligence, and a few of his own creations. Chris' first book for the "Lucy Wilson Mysteries" series "Curse of the Mirror Clowns" was short-listed for a Scribe Award in 2019.

When Chris isn't working on books, he also writes screenplays, comic books, and audio dramas. His most recent screenplay, OffWorld, is currently in post-production with a major US distributor attached.

Once a week Chris is co-host of an online radio show/podcast "Soundclash" on South Wales ONE. From time to time, you can also find him at live South Wales ONE community and charity events.

By day, Chris is IT Director for a major InsureTech business in South Wales and, prior to that, was CTO and founder of the a leading digital agency specializing in eCommerce and bespoke solutions. Chris enjoys writing about technology and digital marketing, with particular reference to how these intersect with writing and how authors can better market themselves online. In 2018, Chris wrote ["The Truth About SEO"], a guide to digital marketing for business owners that became a number 1 Amazon Best Seller in a number of categories.

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I was so pleased to get a Monkeys with Machineguns strip into the Dark Horrors anthology. Arcana were one of our target publishers at the time, a recognisable "big name" American publisher. When I started out reading comics, the kind of comics that I considered "real" comics (the ones with superheroes in them) all came from America and so getting a strip published by a US publisher meant a lot even many years later.

"Horror Story Collection #1" collects ten short stories from critically acclaimed horror and comics writer Chris Lynch.

If you’ve ever sat in a meeting and not understood a word of what that person responsible for your website is saying, if you’ve ever thought “that doesn’t sound right” but not known what questions to ask, if you’ve ever stared at a graph or a report and realised that you didn’t know if it meant things were getting better or worse, if you’ve ever had that nagging dread that you’re handing money over to someone and not getting a return on it… this is the book for you.

Volume Two of this award-winning series emerges from the shadows with a fresh crop of extreme horror. This collection of ten stories features authors from all over the globe for an international perspective on fear. Take care as you reach into these dark places, for the things here bite, and you may withdraw a hand short of a few fingers.

This is a Christmas story. It’s also a ghost story, as all good Christmas stories should be. It has a spooky old house, a creepy housekeeper, a library with a very unusual selection of books, and at least one talking animal. It also has Lucy Wilson and Hobo Kostinen, who are just returning from another one of their strange adventures… and heading straight into another.

Once upon a time, there was a little village called Frostingle. It was a perfect little place with a perfect little pub, a perfect little post office, a perfect little butcher’s, a perfect little grocer’s, a perfect little sweet shop, a perfect little toy shop, and a perfect little church. In the village square, every year, they raised a perfect little Christmas tree and carolers gathered around it to sing away the darkness.

Ogmore-by-Sea seems to have gone back to its old sleepy way. But adventure never stops for Lucy Wilson and her best friend Hobo, not even during the holiday season…

The key to identifying a great arcade was not the lights, Hobo knew. People always thought about the lights, but it wasn’t the lights. It wasn’t even the sounds. The key to identifying a great arcade was the smell.

Lucy Wilson is just about getting used to life in Ogmore-by-Sea, but when a mysterious circus opens for one night only, the town suddenly finds itself overrun with invisible clowns and the gang are faced with their biggest mystery yet – the disappearance of Lucy Wilson herself.

With the fate of every reality hanging in the balance, the Accord sends Lethbridge-Stewart to a brand-new version of Earth.

Promotions for These 3 Streams are certainly hotting up and today the festival was featured in the Glamorgan Star. Yes, like a real boy, I was in the newspaper!

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