David Eccles

Writer in Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom

David Eccles

Writer in Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom

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David Eccles is an author hailing from Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, where he still lives.

After writing chapter two of a twenty-part episodic flash fiction project entitled "Easter Bunny Apocalypse" for author Ksenia Anske on her blog, he wrote "The Teeth Police", which was featured by author and publisher James Roy Daley on his BOOKSoftheDEADPRESS website. He had this to say about David: "I've been keeping my eye on David Eccles for a while now; he's clearly one of the good guys. His flash fiction piece "The Teeth Police" is awesome, reminds me of early Stephen King. If you've read "Night Shift" you might know what I'm talking about."
Author M.C. O'Neill says that David's writing style reminds him of the writing of "Necroscope" author Brian Lumley.

He has published in a number of anthologies edited by James Ward Kirk, and also has stories in the Robbed of Sleep anthology series, edited by Troy Blackford, and he published his first book, "Darke Times and Other Stories", a collection of flash fiction and short stories, in 2013.

Work continues on his first novel, which as yet has no release date as it is nowhere near completion due to his time usually being spent writing shorter pieces.

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