May 17-19, 2019
Greetings, folks! I’m very excited to have a slot in this year’s OWS Cycon event! It almost feels unreal, but I’m up for the task. I began my writing journey in August of 2016, and I’ve been working hard to produce some of the most intriguing horror novels my mind can dream up. I’m a dedicated author, husband, and father.
I have one supernatural/psychological horror novel completed called Passenger, but I have yet to find an agent or publisher for it. I also have a dystopian sci-fi horror I am working diligently on, which I plan on calling, The Crete. With any luck, my novels will soon end up on your bedside table to help you lose sleep at night.
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A malevolent demonic spirit stalks Marshall, a young boy, and his family in suburban South Carolina in the late 1980s. Latching itself onto him, it manipulates, possesses, and murders those who may be able to help him lead a normal life. As years elapse and Marshall grows older, he struggles to retain his sanity. His mother, Pamela, aids him, acting as his advocate and voice of reason during frequent periods of duress. They both must come to grips with the impossibility of fighting what is intangible, invisible, and unstoppable. By the time the demon’s ultimate plan is unveiled, it may be too late for what remains of Marshall’s sense of self.
(Please be mindful that this is only a concept cover, and is not final.)
If you’re curious about what you’re seeing in this cover photo, I will tell you what our best guess is. It appears to be the silhouette of a man’s upper torso in a cemetery at around 2-3 a.m. A close friend of mine is a lead member of a paranormal investigative team, known as South Carolina Supernatural Investigations. He and his wife were out investigating that night, but it wasn’t until they returned home, and began reviewing the footage that they came across this creepy photograph. They had not seen anything unusual while they were out there.
Hello there! It’s nice to meet you! Thank you for stopping by. Hopefully, I’ll have my novel published before too long, and you can check out my work.
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