Al Halsey offers a tribute anthology inspired by his lifelong love of H.P Lovecraft's writings. Tremble as the ordinary becomes terrifying and deadly. Humans turn into monsters and monsters are reality. These stories of past, present and future will take you through sleepy small towns, then to the edge of space, time and madness. Danger lurks as the end of the world approaches, concealed by organizations and institutions whose goal is a semblance of order until the end. So lock your door, find a comfortable easy chair and set sail into the realms of terror that twist space and time. The ending is not the end: this is only the first book in the series Mists of the Miskatonic...
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When most everyone else was fawning over prancing, sparkling vampires, Al Halsey was toiling away writing about zombies. Fantasy zombies, western zombies, zombies and more zombies. To say it is an obsession is an understatement. Very few zombie movies have escaped his cadaverous eye. He resides in Lewiston, in the Lewis/Clark Valley of the Idaho panhandle, where he has lived all of his life. Al is a graduate of Lewiston High School and Lewis-Clark State College, both in his home town. He has spent the last twenty-six years working with children with emotional and behavioral problems and training other professionals to do the same. Even though most of his coworkers at his day job consider him mentally ill, he generally enjoys his career. Thank goodness it is a secret that when he was twelve, he thought he was H.P. Lovecraft reincarnated. In his free time he trains in martial arts, plays paintball, tells his rescued cats to get off the counters, consumes large quantities of Thai food unapologetically, and loves music. His favorites are Tantric, Theory of a Deadman, Rob Zombie, Nickelback, the Offspring, and he is a regular concert goer. He visits Montana and the Oregon Coast regularly, and is a connoisseur of fine dining: Arby’s. Al’s biggest accomplishment is his 17 year old son. Considered by some to be the neighborhood curmudgeon, he wears this title as a badge of honor. He also hates writing biographies. You can catch up with Al on Twitter, Facebook and on his website. His series Hellgate, Montana is soon to be released by Permuted Press.
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