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Trevor began his writing career at 12 when he wrote a poem for his grandmother called the “Drinking Pig”. He continued to write poetry until the age of forty eight, when he moved to fiction. His school career was chequered and he didn’t finish with any qualifications other than Art and Engineering ‘O’ levels. He then followed a variety of jobs, including beach bum, hippie, railway worker and, after a spell in the army, he fell into sales.
Trevor and his wife Brenda now live in Spain and have two children, Lee and Antony, plus three step children, Natalie, Nick, and Beverly, and seven grand children, Dylan, Callum, Stacey, Hannah, Jack, Josh and Sam. His interests include playing the guitar badly, seeing the world, and riding on his best toy, a quad bike.
He chose the Horror genre after his forty fifth attempt at a book failed. “I realised I had to write about something I understood,” he says, “ and I was weaned on Hammer House of Horror.” After enough rejection slips to paper a small room, just like London buses, two publication offers came along at the same time. After meeting the team from Libros International, Trevor duly signed up and his second novel, Open Tap is on stream.