I'm always at a loss as to what to write for these introductory posts. I mean, odds are good that you already know who I am and that you almost certainly found this page via my social media. We're probably old friends, you and I. Or at least parasocial acquaintances. But - BUT - there's always the chance you just stumbled across me...sort of like tripping on a broken headstone in a forgotten graveyard. You'd probably rather not have known it's there, but now that you do, it's impossible to ignore. Or maybe I flatter myself. Anyway, just to cover all the bases, here's a potted bio: My name is Josh Reynolds, and I’m a freelance writer and semi-professional monster movie enthusiast. I’ve been a professional author since 2007, with over thirty novels published in that time, as well as a wealth of shorter fiction pieces, including short stories, novellas and the occasional audio script. I’ve also worked with a variety of licensed settings, including Games Workshop's Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Fantasy, Fantasy Flight’s Arkham Horror and Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs. I grew up in South Carolina, a place where hoodoo is still regularly practised. Where vampire-trees are marked with witch-sign and where soul-bottles are hung from branches. Where people paint their houses blue to keep out hungry ghosts and never burn wood from a tree where someone’s been hanged. I now live in England, which, if M.R. James is to believed, has more ghosts than roundabouts, and England's got a LOT of roundabouts. In retrospect, my chosen vocation is probably unsurprising. And that vocation is the reason this profile exists. I like writing. I like being an author. But let’s face it – it’s never been the most financially stable of careers. While I’ve been luckier than many of my peers in that regard, I’m also a pragmatist at heart. Success today does not guarantee success tomorrow. So, I’m looking to diversify my income stream somewhat. Ko-Fi support will enable me to write more, and allow me to put more of the kinds of stories I enjoy into the world. It might also help me pay some bills along and along. Supporters can expect to receive access to regular monthly stories, bi-monthly essays, irregular reviews and excerpts from my commonplace book. Plus whatever else I can think of. Basically, I write stuff. I like to think it's good stuff, but I'm probably biased. Sometimes I will post some of that stuff here. If you like my writing, please feel free to become a supporter.