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The highlight of the first episode is an interview with horror writer, Guy N. Smith and it’s now live, available on iTunes and everywhere else. You can listen to the show at the Chillerthriller Website, but it would be great if you’d download us through iTunes and give us a rating in the iTunes store.  iTunes ratings are a great way to get the show noticed and help us pick up more and more listeners.

Future episodes will find us interviewing more luminaries associated with the genres we cover so by supporting us you will help is create a show that is both unique and indespensible.

For our interview with Guy I travelled into Shropshire’s Black Hills – it was a very picturesque route from my base in South Wales which involved driving though the Brecon Beacons, Abergavenny, Hereford, Leominster, Knighton and the Black Hills beyond. Some of the views on the route were breathtaking.  When I arrived at Guy’s home I was greeted cordially and then shown around Guy’s library where I stared in wonder at the vast collection of vintage publications – the photograph at the top of this article was taking in Guy’s loft which has been converted into a grand looking library.

The Black Hills

The interview itself went really well

l with Guy chatting away about everything from his bestselling series, The Crabs to his New English Library days and pretty much everything in between.

So tune in folks – visit the Chillerthriller website HERE

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Visit Guy N. Smith HERE

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