#WIHMX Day 28 – R. H. Dixon

On the final day of Women in Horror Month I’m choosing myself because, hey, I need some love too! It’s a tough gig being an indie horror author.

One of my main strengths as a writer, so I’m told, is creating characters that resonate with my readers. I come from an ex-mining village in the northeast of England and I like to keep my characters as grounded and genuine as anyone you’d ever meet there. I like ordinary people in ordinary situations because, for me, that’s when the impact of any unfolding horror really strikes a chord.

My work is probably best described as psychological horror with underlying supernatural elements.

If you haven’t read any of my stuff already, please, go on, give me a whirl 🖤

And if you do enjoy my books, please share the love and tell all of your horror-loving friends and family. I don’t have the support of a big publishing house behind me for lavish marketing campaigns, so I really do rely on your word of mouth. Thank you!

My latest offering, The Cundy, will be launched in just two weeks (13th March) and my other three novels – Emergence, A Storytelling of Ravens & Cribbins – are all available on Amazon as ebooks (including Kindle Unlimited), paperbacks and hardbacks, and can be ordered into most bookstores as paperbacks and hardbacks.

I delight in what I fear - Shirley Jackson

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R. H. Dixon is a horror enthusiast who, when not escaping into the fantastical realms of fiction, lives in the northeast of England with her husband and two whippets. She is an active member of the Horror Writers Association.

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One comment on “#WIHMX Day 28 – R. H. Dixon
  1. Oh yes, absolutely name yourself! This 28-day tour was fun.:-)

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