Scott dabbles in multiple genres and, in the future, plans to experiment in more of them.
His most frequent genres are horror, dystopia and post-apocalyptic.
You can find Scott's books right here. Take a peek at them!
Post-Apocalyptic and Dystopian
H2Zero: Part One
In the 21st century, the human race is on the brink of extinction. An event known as the Black Incident has reshaped the world as we know it.
Civilisation has fallen into absolute chaos. Food is heavily rationed. Clean water is now more valuable than diamonds.
After the fall of the British government, the military now control what remains of the population in quarantine zones. When orders fail, bullets fly. If you try to leave, you're enslaved.
Outside the quarantine zones you're confronted with bandits, psychotic cults and ... those ... things.
H2Zero is a wake-up call to humanity. We may not yet realise it, but extinction is closer than we think.
Each book in the series is set in a different time to explore the events that have unfolded and each book will follow the footsteps of a different person as they struggle to survive in this new world.
H2Zero: Part One is a prequel which introduces the reader to the unique world through the eyes of the author.
Click! (Spinetingle Diaries book #1)
Peter Buckley, a fourteen year old student, has a rather ordinary life, if not a boring one. Somewhat a loner, Peter is a regular victim of the school bullies. He is lazy and lacks any form of motivation, his hobby is watching television all day and every day. Having control over the television makes up for Peter's lack of control over his own life and, to him, is the perfect escapism.
At least that USED to be his hobby.
Peter's life changed dramatically overnight when something of great power ended up in his hands. The saying "With great power comes great responsibility" has never been more true for Peter. But does he have the ability to be responsible?
Click! has an unexpected twist and an unexpected ending.
Santa Claws (Spinetingle Diaries book #2)
On one seemingly ordinary Christmas Eve, a young boy, wide awake and unable to sleep, tries his best to stay awake long enough to see Santa drop down the chimney. This young boy has dreamed of the day that he finally catches the glimpse of his hero, Santa Claus Tonight, on this snowy, deceptively normal Christmas Eve, he aims to achieve that dream.
What a mistake that was.
Something very terrible happens on Christmas Eve in this family's typical, cosy house.
You thought Christmas time was all laugher, happiness and cheers, did you? Well, you're wrong.
So, very wrong.
After reading this story, you will probably never, ever sleep on Christmas again.
This is a short story by Scott A. Butler as part of the short "Spinetingle Diaries" series.
Young Adult Horror
You Won't Sleep Tonight
Do you know that feeling where your primal fears are rocked to the core? When you are psychologically disturbed by what you have seen or read? Those nights where the smallest noise or slightest shadow makes your heart skip a beat?
That is what this book will do to you. The title "You Won't Sleep Tonight" is a warning to the reader. Don't believe me? Then I dare you to read it.
You Won't Sleep Tonight is a collection of ten freaky horror stories which will prey on your primal fears, psychological fears and your weaknesses. This nerve-racking, bone-crunching, fear-paralysis inducing book is a must-have addition to your horror or paranormal bookshelf.
You Won't Sleep Tonight Either
"The dead are walking the Earth.
And that's it. That is all they are doing.
You Won't Sleep Tonight Either is the second installation of the You Won't Sleep Tonight collection of horror and paranormal stories.
Contained within these pages are your worst nightmares. The ones that make your skin crawl. Those which sent creepy shivers down your spine. The nightmares that keep you awake at night.
The title of this book is your only warning.
In Memory: A Tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett
“In Memory” features seventeen unique takes on the theme of memory from authors spanning nine countries and four continents. Written in dear memory of Sir Terry Pratchett and with all proceeds going to Alzheimer’s Research UK, these seventeen tales of magic (and the occasional automaton) will move you from giggles to tears and back again.
"This book is a fitting tribute to Terry Pratchett, a little man with a great big heart and an imagination that could not be constrained within the boundaries of our world. His work reached out to millions and will in the future reach out to millions more. Memory is everything and Terry will always be remembered." - Robert Rankin (Novelist and friend of Sir Terry).
ALL PROCEEDS go to the Alzheimer's Research UK charity. More information: Click.
Lurking in the Deep
Now there’s a reason to fear the water.
Does the water beckon you? Your love, or fears, may become greater in this chilling anthology. From ordinary sea life to creatures of myth, our stories will make you think twice about the shadowy waters that beckon below. Follow our authors into the depths … if you dare.
The anthology contains stories of fears, horrors and creatures of the deep by some fantastic authors. Below are the descriptions of just some of those stories.