Chris Saunders

Freelance writer, likes chocolate milk, Cardiff City, pop punk and Stephen King

Chris Saunders is a freelance writer based in London. He likes chocolate milk, Cardiff City, pop punk and Stephen King.

Welsh-born Christian Saunders, who writes fiction as C.M. Saunders, began writing in 1997, his early fiction appearing in several small-press titles and anthologies. His first book, Into the Dragon's Lair – A Supernatural History of Wales was published in 2003. After graduating with a BA in journalism from Southampton Solent university he worked extensively in the freelance market, contributing to numerous international publications including Fortean Times, Chat, It's Fate! Bizarre, Urban Ink, Enigma, Record Collector, Nuts, Maxim, and a regular column to the Western Mail newspaper. Then he went to work as a TEFL teacher in China for five years. On returning to dark fiction he had stories published in Screams of Terror, Shallow Graves, Dark Valentine, Fantastic Horror, Unbroken Waters, Siren's Call and several anthologies. His novellas Dead of Night, Apartment 14F: An Oriental Ghost Story and Devil's Island are available now, while 2012 saw the release of his literary fiction novel Rainbow's End on Flarefront Publications. His latest book, From the Ashes: The REAL Story of Cardiff City Football Club is out in August 2013.

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