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About Flint Maxwell
Flint Maxwell was born and raised in Northeast Ohio and still lives there today with his beautiful wife and daughter and their four furry best friends.
He primarily writes horror fiction, but has been known to dabble in many different genres.
Find out more at: facebook.com/flintmaxwellbooks
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After a tragic accident at work, all Grady Miller wanted was an escape. He finds it months later with two of his closest friends. Together, the three of them travel south to Prism Lake for the upcoming holiday, where they plan on spending the sunny weekend drinking, grilling, and relaxing.
But when a series of monstrous blizzards cover the eastern United States in feet of snow, knocking out communications and making the roads impossible to drive on, they realize their weekend of fun could turn into a lifetime of survival.
Because there’s something out there besides the cold…
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After the devastating events on Prism Lake, Grady and the other survivors head south, hoping to find safety in one of the rumored "Cities of Light."
But as they embark on their journey, they quickly discover the monsters aren't the only things out in the snow they must fear.
They may not even be the worst things...
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Behind the walls of the City, Grady and the other survivors must now adjust to a whole new way of life. But outside of those same walls, malicious forces conspire against them. And safety is never guaranteed.
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No longer stuck in Woodhaven, the survivors must race against the clock in order to get Mia to the City of Light before her delivery. Along the way, they meet a former resident of the City, and with this new acquaintance's help and guidance things begin looking up for Grady and company.
But the wraiths, the darkness, and the constant snowstorms have other plans.
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From one of Amazon’s top horror authors comes a terrifying new tale.
The thunder booms…
The power goes out…
The fog rolls in…
And then you see the strange figures lurking in the darkness…
They are saying something. Can you hear it?
Can you hear the whispers?
Now, dear reader, you seem to have stumbled upon it.
And you have opened it.
You must reap what you have sown.
Come, step into the pages. See firsthand what hell is capable of.
Of course, just know, you won’t last long enough to scream.
Jack Jupiter knows zombies. He's written about them for years. So when Jack's mother passes away in a freak car accident involving a half-eaten deer and a pack of cigarettes, he also knows something's up. Now, Jack and his fiancé, Darlene, are forced to go back to the dreadful town of Woodhaven, Ohio for his mom's funeral.
But what he doesn't know is it might be their funeral, too.
A few months before Jack and Darlene's arrival, a mysterious flu-like virus swept through the town, infecting nearly every citizen. Now, like ticking time-bombs ready to explode, everyone is dropping dead. But they aren't staying dead. No, they're coming back as flesh-eating zombies.
Not only will Jack Jupiter have to bury his mother, confront high school bullies, and save Darlene, but he'll have to fight the dead in order to stay alive. And these aren't like the zombies from his books.
These walking corpses are real.
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So Jack's mission is simple: Deliver Klein to their base unharmed. But the survivors don't know the entire story behind the cure, and someone in Jack's circle does. This secret could very well tear the family apart. And, as always, so can the zombies.
Will the survivors stay together and succeed? Or will the dead remain victorious?
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Summer ends, Fall comes, and then Winter kills everything with snow, ice, and bitter winds.
The five tales of horror contained within these pages touch upon the worst of the season - from haunted Christmas presents to secrets hidden beneath a frozen forest floor.
So cozy up next to a warm fire, put on your fuzziest robe, and prepare to have your blood chilled.
The magic returned. Now the epic quest begins…
Maria Apple defeated the Arachnids, but there's a village of people still trapped in the world in between. The key, Maria knows, is the music box her grandfather Ignatius gave her. The only one who can unlock its power? Maria.
Problem is, she doesn't know how.
But a Gnome named Gelbus Cogspark does.
The other problem?
Gelbus has been abducted by the Dragon Tongue, an ancient group of worshippers hell-bent on raising a Rogue Dragon from the dead. Maria, Ignatius, and Sherlock must travel to Ashbourne, a place none of them have gone before, to save Gelbus, the town, and his secrets before it's too late.
Welcome to the Midwest Magic Chronicles, where magic is real and the stakes never stop rising.
Welcome to the Midwest, America's Heartland, home to a hidden community of witches and wizards.
When Maria Apple receives a strange music box for her nineteenth birthday, everything changes.
She begins to showcase odd magical abilities, glowing blue, seeing ghosts, and talking to creatures that shouldn't be able to talk, all while trying to juggle the task of being a typical teenaged girl.
Now, not only does Maria learn she is a witch, but her grandfather Ignatius reveals he was once a famous warrior from a planet named Oriceran.
Throw in a world in between the two worlds, a ghost bringing Maria an ominous warning, a race of giant spiders determined to claim the music box for their own, and Maria Apple realizes she'll never be a typical teenaged girl again.
After all, it's just another day in the Midwest, where magic is real and the stakes never stop rising.
Welcome to The Revelations of Oriceran.
A magical world tied to Earth, and nothing like it.