Welcome to the Website of Horror Writer C L Norton
Here you will find information about C L Norton, writing horror, in both scripts, novels and short stories. You might come across the occasional snippet of the latest book, or even a complete horror short story.
C L Norton – British Horror Writer
Delve inside the mind of British horror writer C L Norton through her blogs and writing. She takes a Fresh approach to classic horror themes, engaging readers and creating stories which play with the mind.
C L Norton is signed to Gore Publishing Ltd and is available for literary events throughout the UK. She attends signings across the UK – check the calendar for upcoming events – and she teaches creative writing in her local area of Portsmouth.
As a writer, is renowned for her twisted and creative mind, and her ability to create terrifying an compelling horror fiction which will give you sleepless nights.
Talented Horror Author
C L Norton has been writing fiction and poetry since she was at school, finally cementing her natural talent for the written word through her MA in Creative & Critical Writing at the University of Winchester.
Her love for all things horror began at the tender age of seven when she read her first Stephen King novel – The Dead Zone. She has written a number of short stories, poems and novels as Claire Colley, as well as short stories which have been published internationally.
Reviews of her work are superb, getting 4 or 5* for every publication. She has a talent for creating unsettling fiction, and even her contemporary style is dark and unnerving.
C L Norton’s first horror novel is due out soon having been picked up by Gore Publishing Ltd. She has a three book deal with Gore, and is already working on the next novel.
Experienced Presenter & Teacher
C L Norton often gives talks, lectures and runs courses in creative writing, which enables her to share her passion for being an author with others.
Her latest courses can be found here and you can contact us for more information or to book C L Norton for your literary event.