I have five more tales of human cruelty; horror and vengfulness, situations you would never want to be a part of. Human sacrifice for science, ancient tunnels filled with mystery and rotted bodies, revenge for people that need it against people that deserve it, Pagan rituals, hate and revenge, always with the unexpected twists around the corner. Then there is karma, what goes around, comes around. What ever you do, will come back at you. The action and suspence is tense. The adventures are in places that would terrify or sicken most people. However, someone always has to die.
|Publisher:||G. G. Gregory|
|File size:||95 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
I am originally from Michigan, and now live in the great state of Oregon. I spend a lot of time hiking and snowshoeing in the Cascade Mountain Range. I always wanted to be a writer. I was given many clues that I should pursue that dream. When living in Michigan, one day I walked into a Psychics Boutique looking for self help books. The lady that owned the store, walked up to me and asked what I was doing here? I answered looking for a book. She said no, what are you doing here? You do not belong here. You should be on the west coast somewhere doing something artistic, like writing music or books. You do not belong here. As strange as I thought that was, I took it to heart and moved. Being on the west coast is very insperational for me. They say writers write, and I do that every day. Some of my stories come from personal experience with a twist. I watch people in situations, and then I twist them into stories. I have dreams that wake me, and send running to my keyboard, or, jotting the idea on paper. Some people think I am insane, crazy, and they ask, "How do you come up with this stuff?" Maybe I am a little crazy, or totally nuts. My mind is always looking, going over the scenes, running through dialogue. I love hearing , "Oh, I was not expecting that," or "That's scary. What if it is true." My friends are always asking when I am going to be done with my next story or novel, because they know I will let them read it the day after I publish.