James Carroll has been writing for about ten years and taking it seriously for the last five.
In 2010 his short story Showtime was one of the winners of The Campaign For Real Fear which appeared in the UK’s premiere horror magazine Black Static.
Not much has happened since.
He’s currently working on a stack of short stories, a few novellas and a couple of novels.
Hopefully he’ll finish them at some point, and maybe even get a few published.
James lives mainly in his head, doesn’t use adverbs, and never talks about himself in the third person.