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No Spoilers

I’m delighted to let you know that I have just completed the second round of edits on The Watchers, taking the manuscript to almost 570 pages - that’s a little longer than The Ghost Hunters. But I feel confident that this is a better book, and I hope you will agree.

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Why the French state has a team of UFO hunters

Why the French state has a team of UFO hunters

Thousands of UFO sightings are reported every year but not many countries are willing to spend money investigating them - there is just one dedicated state-run team left in Europe. Is France onto something?

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Broad Haven-inspired thriller to be published

Broad Haven-inspired thriller to be published

A HISTORICAL thriller written in Broad Haven is set to be published next Halloween. Welsh Author Neil Spring’s spooky second novel, ‘The Watchers’, has been acquired by the publishing house Quercus, which also debuted his first novel.

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Introducing 'The Watchers'

Introducing 'The Watchers'

Exactly one year and one week ago today, my debut novel, The Ghost Hunters, finally hit the shelves. Today, Quercus acquires second commercial historical thriller novel by British author Neil Spring.

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Quercus acquires second commercial historical thriller novel by British author Neil Spring

Quercus acquires second commercial historical thriller novel by British author Neil Spring

Kathryn Taussig, fiction editor at Quercus, has concluded a deal for a second novel by British author Neil Spring with agent Cathryn Summerhayes of William Morris Endeavour. Taussig acquired UK and Commonwealth rights to Spring’s The Watchers and will publish the book in autumn 2015.

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Halloween: Is it good to scare ourselves?

Halloween: Is it good to scare ourselves?

It’s Halloween, which means that children across the country will leap enthusiastically into the darkness, transforming terror into treats and wrapping innocence in fear. I am often asked: why do we get so excited about a night that turns on spirits, demons and monsters and is it morally acceptable that, each year, we should continue scaring ourselves and our children so enthusiastically?

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Manx Lit Fest 24th - 28th September 2014

Manx Lit Fest 24th - 28th September 2014

The line-up of visiting authors and poets has been confirmed for the third annual Manx Litfest, which takes place in September at venues across the Island. The festival will run from Wednesday, September 24 until Sunday, September 28, with a host of award-winning authors to entertain fans.

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Answering the question

Answering the question "Is Borley Rectory Still Haunted?"

I've had a few questions on twitter this evening about the haunting of Borley Rectory

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Tonight – Will the Borley Ghost walk again?

Tonight – Will the Borley Ghost walk again?

Today it is exactly 114 years to the day that the four daughters of the Rev. Henry Dawson Ellis Bull first saw the infamous phantom nun in the grounds of the Rectory:

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Review of The Ghost Hunters from Geeksunleashed.me

Review of The Ghost Hunters from Geeksunleashed.me

A review from GEEKSunleashed.me Half-based on the historical haunting of Borley Rectory, The Ghost Hunters – Spring’s first novel – tells the story of fictional protagonist Sarah Grey and her work with the famous ‘ghost hunter’ and magician, Harry Price. On a quest to debunk abusers of Spiritualism and make sense of the idea of afterlife, Price was a prominent figure in early twentieth century occultism.

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