These Unquiet Bones by Dean Harrison
Trying to get behind the truth of her mother’s death, Amy Snow unleashes the skeletons lurking in the dark of her father’s closet, and learns a terrible, twisted truth about her family tree. Meanwhile, a man named Adam is on a mission to restore Paradise to its former glory. To accomplish this, he must find “The Lost One”, a girl he calls Eve, and sacrifice her to the god she betrayed the day a talking serpent slithered into the Garden of Eden.
Dean Harrison is a longtime fan of horror fiction. Though he has spent some time out in the “real world” working as a shoe salesman, a security guard, an investigator, a loss prevention detective and a journalist, he has consistently returned to what he loves doing most–writing horror fiction. His short stories can be found in the horror anthologies FEM-FANGS, FELL BEASTS, RELICS & REMAINS and CHRISTMAS IN HELL. His debut novel is THESE UNQUIET BONES. More is to come.
Dean lives with his family in his hometown of Mobile, AL, a city rich in ghost stories.
Learn more about Dean and his work on his website.
Available in Trade Paperback and Kindle on Amazon.
In March of last year I opened up by blog to anyone who wanted some free advertisement for their work. I’ve decided to do it again this year.
If interested, email a jpg of your book cover, a short synopsis, a bio, your website link, where to purchase the book, etc, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please format this information how it appeared in the posts from last year with the subject line “March Plug Month 2014″. I’ll then reply and let you know the date (unless you specify) when your info will appear on this site. Your book does NOT have to be of the horror variety to get a spot.
One of my publishers, Crowded Quarantine Publications, is having a 3-for-2 sale through the end of February featuring the above pictured books.
Click HERE to learn more and purchase some killer reads.
The year 2013 was a very good one for me, personally and professionally. On the personal side: I got married on June 15th, had a wonderful summer with my daughter, had a fantastic two week honeymoon (week one was a Caribbean cruise with stops in the Bahamas, St. Thomas & St. Martin, then the second week spent in Ft. Myers, FL), my new bride and I bought a new house, moved in on the 21st of December, just in time for us to spend Christmas week together with my daughter. On the professional side: House Call (based on my novella of the same name was released on DVD), DININ’ (my Bad Moon Books novella was optioned for film adaptation by Cinder Path Productions), two of my short stories came out in foreign languages, ”Suck On This, Bitch!” (published in Tales of Obscenity Magazine), had articles published in both Tales of Obscenity and Beware the Dark Magazines, my novellas Last Night Out (Crowded Quarantine Publications) and The Killing Club (Crossroads Press) both came out during the year, along with other various articles and interviews.
That’s not too shabby for one year, right? I would agree. Well, for the most part. See, I have no qualms with the personal side, because, honestly, it can’t get much better than that for anybody. There was, however, something brewing on the professional side. More on that later.
So, you ask, what’s on the horizon professionally for Ty Schwamberger in 2014? You’ll see a column hosted by me in Beware the Dark Magazine #2, the hopeful funding and filming of DININ’, audio book editions of The Killing Club, DININ’ and Last Night Out, a new edition of The Fields (Severed Press, which will include the original Introduction by Jonathan Maberry, along with a brand new Forward by Joe McKinney and an Afterward by me), an original mummy novella, The Desert (Severed Press), the mid-year release of my creature novel, Deep Dark Woods (Crowded Quarantine Publications, with original cover art by Nick Rose) and the late-year release of a tentatively titled novel, The Bad Apple (T Allen Press). Those are the items currently set in “stone” (given the state of this business I use that term as loosely as possible). I’m also currently in discussions with a publisher to potentially release some additional foreign language editions of my catalog, as well as being in the VERY beginning of talks with a well-known horror news site to do some exciting work for them.
Ok, it’s time to backtrack a bit. Actually, it’s time to go way back. Back to the beginning. Early 2008. The completion of my first novel. Now, fast forward to 12/31/14, or, what I like to call: END GAME.
The date I retire from writing fiction (books, at least).
Remember the following for future reference:
The End is the New Beginning.
The Death of a Horror Writer.
As I write this, my wife, Sheryl and I (married June 15th) are on the next to last day of our long overdue honeymoon. It’s been a fabulous two weeks; the first on a Caribbean cruise, the second in Ft. Myers, Florida. We’re both sad it will be coming to an end with tomorrow afternoon’s flight back to cold Ohio. In any event, I wanted to share some photos with all of you.
To help celebrate Halloween, my short story “The Halloween Hero” is FREE today for your Kindle.
Where his worst nightmare comes to life.