Raindrops

First Published:

26 August 2018

A few drops of rain are hardly something to worry about. After all a little water isn’t going to hurt you, is it?

Drip!

‘Raindrops’ is my first foray into the world of horror stories. The collection it appears in is about scary weather, which probably brings to mind lightning, hurricanes and other big meteorological events. However, I found my inspiration in a classic song from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.

What People Are Saying:

You can see where this watery story is going, but Hiscock keeps ramping up the suspense. I couldn’t put this one down!

Priscilla Bettis's review on Amazon

‘Raindrops’ by Paul Hiscock is a psychological horror thriller, wholly disturbing and brilliantly executed.

Lisa Lee's review on Bibliophilia Templum

Published in:

Under The Weather

Under The Weather - Cover

What do you do when it’s raining cats and dogs… and pigs and whales? Take refuge in 15 stories of wild and wicked weather.

They will freeze you to the core, they will soak you to the bone.

You will find no pot of gold at the end of this rainbow, no sunshine after the rain. Just thunder and lightning that’s very, very frightening.

There’s a storm coming…

All proceeds from this book go to Resources for Autism.

Publication Formats:

  • Paperback
    ISBN
    9781723519567
  • Ebook
    ASIN
    B07G7B4TS9

Publication Date:

26 August 2018

Editor:

Matthew Cash, Em Dehaney, James Jobling, Jeremy Peterson

Under The Weather

Under The Weather - Audiobook Cover

Audiobook edition

What do you do when it’s raining cats and dogs… and pigs and whales? Take refuge in 15 stories of wild and wicked weather.

They will freeze you to the core, they will soak you to the bone.

You will find no pot of gold at the end of this rainbow, no sunshine after the rain. Just thunder and lightning that’s very, very frightening.

There’s a storm coming…

Publication Formats:

  • Audiobook
    ASIN
    B07VHJKM6Z

Publication Date:

23 July 2019

Editor:

Matthew Cash, Em Dehaney, James Jobling, Jeremy Peterson

Narrator:

Alexandra Jones