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"Visiting grandmother’s house was never like this! Thompson keeps the pages turning as Samuel’s happy homecoming turns into a desperate bid to stop the mysterious dark force that threatens not only his childhood home, but his grandmother’s very soul. Dive in… if you dare!" -- John Everson, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Covenant and Violet Eyes
"A horror writer who writes about horror and writing-- but also so much more-- Gregory M. Thompson is an exciting new talent who shows a deep and abiding perspicacity when it comes to the macabre. With Grandmother, he plumbs the depths of the evil that can run in families...and doesn't pull up on the plumb line even when you kind of wish he would! Grandmother is sure to connect with horror fans of all stripes." -- Scott Kenemore, author of Zombie, Ohio; Zombie, Illinois; Zombie Indiana.
Samuel's grandmother has visions about peoples' futures.
The frightening ones are more frequent these days, and she wants them to stop. An unknown evil presence is pushing for the haunting visions to come to fruition, and Grandmother is too old to fight back.
Samuel vacations his grandmother's home, yearning for some quiet time and the solitude of small town life. Upon his stay, however, he discovers a family secret that forces him to reluctantly risk his own life in help of his grandmother.
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The world is slowly being overtaken by Risers and Runners, and twelve men and women called Indiscriminates are charged with protecting the world from these menaces. For five years the balance was manageable. One day it all became too much for the Indiscriminates and the program was shut down. But not before two went missing and one was killed. Can the rest survive these seemingly targeted attacks?
For Bas, an Indiscriminate looking after the Midwest, he must choose between duty or fellowship when the world is in danger of losing all humans.
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One book. That’s all you’re allowed to own in a future where the world is run by Bureaus and the United Conglomerate of States. There’s a Bureau to control everything from food rations, electricity, and what you read. It’s a restrictive life for a Citizen. Morton works as an Agent for the Bureau of Lights and Flames and one day his daughter, Eliana, brings home a second book. Fearful, Morton decides to bring back the book to its rightful owner, setting in motion a chain of activity that tests Morton’s loyalty to his daughter and the Bureau he works for.
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Set in the present in a Midwestern small town, Nightcry is about Grant Sykes, who has returned to his hometown of Ilton to run the local paper. Soon, people start to die and fingers point to him--it doesn't help the evidence continues to amass against Grant. He thinks the deaths may have something to do with a supernatural being that killed his parents years ago, but the local Police Chief has other theories. Grant recruits the help of a ghosthunter to investigate the suspected banshee while Grant figures out means to prove his innocence.
Two boys, ages 14 and 9, have recently lost their mother and have difficulties finding comfort in their emotionally and occasionally physically abusive father. That same summer, they witness their father continuously painting a door golden-yellow in their house and soon, their curiosity overcomes them to find out what's behind the door.
The Horde Trilogy
After hearing the converted tornado siren and watching a mass exodus from the campground that has served as home for three months, Percy, Jack, Harry, Melody and Joann make a decision to move further into the state park to find solace from the undead. However, as they move deeper into the forest, a discovery awaits them that is more horrific than what is chasing them.
A simple collection of poems that deal with love, despair, confusion...pretty much what poets have been writing about for years.
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Looking for something creepy? Suspenseful? Maybe a little scary? Then THINGS IN DARK & LIGHT is for you. Authors Gregory M. Thompson, Andrew Saxsma, and Jason Ross Jordan give you two stories each to provide you with a little frightful nudge. The only thing you'll question is where that nudge is actually coming from.
"Pale Riders" by Andrew Saxsma
"Daydreaming" by Jason Ross Jordan
"Two Hours" by Gregory M. Thompson"
"The Black Friar" by Jason Ross Jordan
"The Hatin'" by Andrew Saxsma
"Lucie" by Gregory M. Thompson