Rayne Hall writes horror and fantasy fiction. Some of her stories are quirky; some are disturbing; most are dark.
She is the author of over fifty books in different genres and under different pen names, published by twelve publishers in six countries, translated into several languages. Her short stories have been published in magazines, ezines and anthologies.
After living in Germany, China, Mongolia and Nepal, Rayne has settled on the south coast of England.
The ebooks in Rayne Hall's Writing Craft series equip authors with tools for their writing craft.
Writing Fight Scenes
Writing Scary Scenes
Why Does My Book Not Sell? 20 Simple Fixes
Writing About Villains
The Word-Loss Diet
Writing Short Stories to Promote Your Novels
Writing About Magic
Twitter for Writers
Writing Dark Stories
More titles are coming soon.
THE TEN TALES ANTHOLOGIES
Some of the stories have been previously published in magazines, ezines, collections and anthologies. For more information about the series, click the link in the side bar.
Each book contains ten short stories, with each author interpreting the theme in their unique way. The different approaches to story telling and the different writing styles create a delicious fiction buffet to suit every taste.
Currently available as ebooks: Bites: Ten Tales of Vampires, Scared: Ten Tales of Horror, Haunted: Ten Tales of Ghosts, Cutlass: Ten Tales of Pirates, Beltane: Ten Tales of Witchcraft, Spells: Ten Tales of Magic, Undead: Ten Tales of Zombies, Seers: Ten Tales of Clairvoyance, Dragon: Ten Tales of Fiery Beasts, Cogwheels: Ten Tales of Steampunk. More titles are coming soon.
The stories in these books are mild horror: suspenseful, creepy, unsettling and atmospheric.
Although they contain little violence and gore, they may not be suitable for young readers.
Many of these stories have been previously published in other books or magazines.
Thirty Scary Tales is a compilation of Volumes 1-5.
RAYNE HALL'S STORIES IN OTHER BOOKS
Rayne's stories have appeared in many magazines, ezines and anthologies, especially in the horror genre.
On Twitter: @raynehall (will follow back readers and writers)
RAYNE HALL'S AMAZON AUTHOR CENTRAL PAGE