Forgotten Places now available!
March 4, 2015
It’s been a while since I’ve had a new story out, so this is kind of cool. Forgotten Places, edited by Henry Snider, is now available on Amazon.
THE HORROR SOCIETY offers you… …a trio of teens that discover not only houses can be haunted… …a buried and all-but-forgotten Civil War era prison whose dark cells house more than antiques for treasure hunters… …lovers who chance upon a southwestern cave containing the resting place of a pharaoh entombed far from home… …a fire tower offering visitors views beyond belief and platform levels which never seem to end… …abandoned train tracks leading a family to a century-old murder scene… These nightmares and more await you just around the corner in FORGOTTEN PLACES.
Currently Working On:
Latest Novel: Motel of Blades is now sitting at 33,099 words. this will be a demented joyride into the depths of insanity and depravity…
Blurring the Line: Cover revealed (and it rocks!), and the final acceptances/rejections will be made over the next couple of weeks. The anthology is coming together well. Full details of the anthology can be found here.
The Midnight Tree novels – how far would one man go to get to the truth? and how far would those he has wronged go to extract their terrible revenge?
Update: the first three books have been edited, so I’ll soon be delving back into these books to address the issues identified. Very likely these books will be self-published.
The titles in this series thus far are:
Revelations (Book I)
The Midnight Tree (Book II)
A Plague of Locusts (Book III)
Things to see and do at Marty’s World:
You could visit Parkton, where odd things happen more often than they should (pack a lunch, cos a day trip could turn into weeks)…
There are more attractions on their way as the local government has just agreed to invest into improving the infrastructure to support the budding tourist attractions. I even hear there is going to be a page on Palynology, so when the next person says ‘huh?’ when I explain what my day job involves, I can point them here…