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Richard Dixon

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Richard Dixon was born in 1966 in Grimsby and holds a PhD and degree in Mathematics and Computing from the University of Hull. Having spent many years in the field of Health Informatics he currently works in traffic-related software design. Although having had an interest in writing and horror in particular since school, it is only recently, after a number of competition successes, that Richard has added short-story writing to his range of hobbies which also includes cryptic crosswords and railways. Richard is currently helping to recreate a part of history as a director at the Yorkshire Wolds Railway in East Yorkshire.

 

Richard's short horror was shortlisted in our 2016 horror competition and he was an invited contributor to the Dreaming of Steam anthology that emerged from our Fantastic Yorkshire Wolds Railway competition.

 

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  1. Dreaming of Steam

    Dreaming of Steam

    23 railway inspired tales that mine a rich seam of creativity from the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds. From pure fiction to basis in fact; from wonderfully evocative and painstaking detail to distant viewpoints, from the 1850’s through to the present day and on into the future, every tale in this remarkable collection will entertain you as it brings alive the natural beauty of the Yorkshire Wolds. “The range is truly fascinating from supernatural and science-fiction to wartime drama and accounts based on real people and events” - Lord Faulkner of Worcester, President of the Heritage Railway Association

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    Starting at: £2.99

  2. 666 by Michael Brookes and various authors

    666 by Michael Brookes and various authors

    The 666 horror anthology comprises stories of exactly 666 words and includes tales from Michael Brookes, Nathan Robinson, Linda Acaster, Stuart Aken, Regina Puckett and John Scotcher.

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    Starting at: £2.99

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