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About Evan Purcell
Evan Purcell is an American living and working in Bhutan, the happiest country in the world. He loves it there, even if he is the most high-strung person for hundreds of miles. It's sad, but he's just a little too American to really allow himself to relax and enjoy the silent, peaceful mountains.
He's also worked and lived in St. Petersburg (Russia, not Florida), Cape Town, Zanzibar, and various parts of China. People ask him about his favorite country, and he always has the same answer: "wherever I am right now." Every place has its pros and cons, and it's important for any world traveler to accept and appreciate both.
Oh, right. Evan is also a writer. He publishes mostly romance, with a few horror stories thrown in to keep everyone on their toes. He has a lot of new stuff coming up, so keep checking back.
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Read if you dare! You're in for a scare!
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Mad Scientist Journal has brought together eighteen tales of people who have either lived in this strange corner of New England or had the misfortune of visiting. Mixed in with nods to classic Lovecraft icons are stories that bring a new eye to the genre. Tales of horse drawn carriages share space with orbital shuttles, alternate worlds, and football.
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An angry little girl harboring a hungry evil!
A spaceship with mythical beast stowaways!
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An aging starlet who makes the ultimate flesh sacrifice!
And much more!
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Killing feelings in the middle of December,
Strangers meet, one unwillingly surrenders,
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Welcome back to Deathlehem … again!
… where a mutated Christmas has a taste for human flesh …
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… where elves thrive on the torment delivered to others …
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