I have some exciting things going on to share with all of you. First, there is a new way to follow the happenings going on with the author of your source of all things horror. Check out and like my author Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/ragecircusblogger
Also, I am pleased to announce that I will be going forward with the self-publishing of "The Things in the Darkness," my very own first horror novel! That's right, you will not have to settle for just small doses of rage injection anymore! This project will be funded via Kickstarter and I will post the link as soon as it goes live (around August 8). In the meantime, check out the synopsis and then click over to the book's official Facebook page at :
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In the meantime, check out the book blurb and stay tuned for more terror coming your way!
The Things in the Darkness is the tale of a man, Kevin Tremmel, and his family. They are an
average lower-middle class family. They have two young children who
they adore. Kevin and his wife, Sarah, had a rough patch in their
marriage when it looked like things wouldn't last, but in the end, they
managed to bring it back together. Kevin is a teacher and coach and is
adored by his students. Sarah runs an independent graphic arts company
and dreams of the day when she can create non-corporate art for a
living. Things are not perfect, but the Tremmels are happy until the
day of the accident.
On his way home from work, trying to make it
home safely in the midst of a terrible storm, Kevin is in a devastating
car accident. He is rushed to the hospital, already clinically dead.
With the skill of the doctors and the help of modern medical technology,
Kevin is brought back from "death." However, all is not well as Kevin
falls into a coma and stays under for three months.
finally regains consciousness, he begins to find himself changing.
Violent images and urging voices fill his head. His sleep is plagued by
unclear, nebulous forms beneath a heavy curtain of darkness. As Kevin
begins to search for answers, his life is thrown into turmoil. Will it
turn out that Kevin is suffering from a mental illness related to the
trauma of his accident, or is something darker at work? Do the answers
lie in the medical realm, or is Kevin falling victim to something he
brought back with him from the other side, the things in the darkness?