Chris Lynch: UK Horror Novelist & Comics Writer
Horror and Science Fiction Writing
Chris' urban fantasy horror novel The Magpye Circus is now available for Amazon Kindle and in paperback.
"The Magpye: Circus" has ghosts, magicians, witches, crimelords, and dirty cops all vying for control of "The City".
Trapped in the middle of this blood-soaked battle is Able Quirk, the dead son of a circus psychic who has been reborn with the power to speak to the dead. All he has to do is eat their corpses...
Chris' ongoing steampunk drama, Keys of Bedlam, launched in July 2014 on JukePop Serials and will receive regular updates.
Chris' serial horror/crime novel, "Spectral Branch", is being serialised on Wattpad.
Chris has short stories coming up in The Mad Scientist Journal and KZine amongst others in 2014.
His short story collection, "Red", is also available for Amazon Kindle. Chris' short story collaboration with Stuart Tipples, "Blood Brothers", has been #1 in the Amazon Kindle "Quick Reads" chart in 2014.
Comics & Graphic Novels
Chris wrote The Dark for AAM/Markosia, and is the co-creator of the seminal UK horror anthology Monkeys with Machineguns.
Chris also edited the Red Cross Charity Anthology "The Hammer of Time"
Chris has written for a number of UK and US publications including work for:
- The Judge Dredd Megazine
- Arcana Studio
- Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel
- Murky Depths
- 2026 Books
- Accent UK
- Something Wicked
- The Sorrow
- Insomnia Publications
Technology and eCommerce
eCommerce Centric owns and runs such brands as budget Android Tablet store Technology Centric. Building this brand prompted Chris to write the Budget Android Tablet Buyer's Guide, which consistently features in Amazon's Top 50 books about Android and was recently as high as #30 in the general Computing category.
The latest brand to be launched by eCommerce Centric is scented candles specialist site Candles at Home.
Chris blogs about technology, the internet, and eBusiness for eCommerce Centric and Gravit-e Centric. Chris has also been published by Linux.com.
Tech for Writers: The Bubble Comics Markup Language
Chris created the Bubble Plain Text Comics Markup Language as a free software project to help new writers get to grips with comic book scripting. Since launch, more than 3000 scripts have been written and converted using Bubble.
Talks, Panels, and Visits
Listen to Chris talk about books, science, comics, and more on these [podcasts]. He likes panel games too.
Want a Superhero Day at your school? Contact Chris to talk about school visits.