Cameron Johnston is a Scottish writer of speculative fiction (usually a mix of fantasy and horror) and is a member of the Glasgow Science Fiction Writers' Circle. He has had several short stories published, co-edited the Thirty Years of Rain anthology, and was shortlisted for the James White Award in 2017.

Three things your should know about Cameron:
- He trains in Historical European Martial Arts, focusing on German longsword, and likes to craft chain mail.
- Loves to build LEGO kits.
- He intends to always be learning new things. Recent highlights include working on an archaeological dig, and taking university courses on ancient medicine, and ritual and religion in prehistory.

Five books that Cameron loves:
1) Assassin's Apprentice by Robin Hobb.
2) HP Lovecraft's collected stories.
3) Dragons of Autumn Twilight by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.
4) The The Weirdstone of Brisingamen by Alan Garner.
5) Lords and Ladies by Terry Pratchett (If I have to pick only one of his...)

Find Cameron:
Twitter: @CamJohnston
Author Website