New Minibook: “Burning Reflection”

**Exciting Update**
With the expansion of Hollowhills, this book has been upgraded to a 5×8 format.

Burning Reflection
The Hollowhills Cycle, Vol. 1
By Tim Mendees

Cosmic Horror (90 pages)

Available in 5×8 paperback and ebook formats.

As a child, Aiden Conley thought that his eccentric uncle was a vampire. Now that he is older, he realises that the truth behind the man’s aversion to mirrors is far stranger. Madness and death dog Aiden’s footsteps as he attempts to uncover the riddle behind the mirrors in this tale of cosmic horror.

Burning Reflection by Tim Mendees is a cosmic horror novelette published by Mannison Press and the first book in The Hollowhills Cycle.


Check out Tim’s book launch event on YouTube here! Features a reading from the book, an interview with Mannison Press founder/designer Deidre J Owen, a giveaway opportunity, and more.

Don’t forget to leave a review at your favorite retailer!

Also by Tim Mendees: “Monster in the House” from Little Boy Lost: More Tales of Youth Disrupted

Anthology, Fiction/Multi-genre (222 pages)
Available in paperback and ebook formats.

A young boy finds himself alone in a house filled with terrifying creatures. His shrink and his parents think he is crazy. Are they right, or are monsters real?

About the Author
Tim Mendees is a horror writer from Macclesfield in the North-West of England that specializes in cosmic horror and weird fiction. He has had over fifty stories accepted for publication in anthologies and magazines with publishers all over the world. When he is not arguing with the spellchecker, Tim is a goth DJ, crustacean and cephalopod enthusiast, and the presenter of a popular web series of live video readings of his material. He currently lives in Brighton & Hove with his pet crab, Gerald, and an army of stuffed octopods. You can learn more about his work on his website here, follow him on Facebook, or check out his YouTube channel.


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