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About Michael David Anderson
Michael David Anderson is the author of the Damnation Saga. He possesses degrees in both Psychology and English. He was born in East Tennessee in 1985 and currently resides in Tampa, Florida with his wife, Christine.
In addition to writing horror and suspense novels, Anderson is a poet, gamer, and Twitch affiliate, where he is known as shadesofmidnight. His dogs, Bandit and Rory, serve as a constant distraction from his writing.
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However, at a small hotel in Texas, Teddy discovers through a young woman’s dreams that she has been kidnapped. Driven by conscience, Teddy does what he must to find and free her from the clutches of evil. What he cannot anticipate, however, is how this singular deed will trigger a chain of events that will not only compel him to confront an evil from his past but will also lead him to an encounter with a force far beyond anything he has ever faced before – a force with the potential to change the world as it sees fit!
Teddy is a novel about the dichotomy of the human condition, for even in the face of absolute madness, good may persevere and hope will endure.
Three weeks ago, in the wake of the tragic events in Scarborough Hill, California, he disappeared.
The official story is strange. The truth is stranger.
What the world doesn’t know is that Sullivan Doyle was a test subject, imbued with supernatural abilities, and now those abilities have awakened. Taken by those who created him, Sullivan is isolated at a remote outpost. Now that he is awake, he is a prisoner of his own body while those who have taken him are at his mercy, for Sullivan’s abilities allow him to bend and reshape reality as he sees fit.
As Sullivan tests the limits of his abilities, another threat emerges. Every last person at the outpost begins to dream of another man with abilities: the blind man. The organization that created Sullivan, and others like him, means to subjugate him. If they cannot control him, they mean to destroy him. The blind man is their acolyte, their weapon.
He is coming, and time is running out.
As ordinary as this welcome from the front desk clerk seems, Teddy Dormer and Jessica Snow already know the Inn will provide a restless night for them. They're unable to leave the lobby and return to their vehicle. They're stuck here, in this Inn Between Worlds, for the night.
Something - or someone - has undoubtedly drawn them here, and before the night is over, they will find themselves locked in a deadly battle for survival against an evil unlike anything they've encountered thus far!
Originally published in Inn Between Worlds, Vol. 1, edited by Thomas A. Farmer, this Teddy Dormer story picks up after the events of Wake and the companion piece Desynchrony.
Upon his arrival in the idyllic coastal town of Scarborough Hill, Teddy is afforded only a brief night of rest before he receives a prophetic dream of nightmarish intent.
All his life, Teddy has endured the dreams of others against his will. Without them, he is unable to sleep. Therefore, whereas most people would dismiss such a vision, Teddy knows the dream for what it is: a promise of violence that will rock the town to its core.
Armed with the knowledge that atrocities will soon be committed, Teddy sets out, but the forces aligned against him are far worse and more powerful than he initially realizes. In the hours to come, Teddy will find himself locked in battle with a darkness that sweeps the entire town, a darkness many would believe demonic... but Teddy suspects its origins are far more sinister.
Before this day is through, Teddy will confront the darkness within us all, and he will come to truly ponder all the meanings of the word
Axl Wolf, son of Stephen and Samantha Wolf, dies under mysterious circumstances. His mother remembers nothing of that fateful night and spends six months in an institution. Stephen lives in their new home—a house with a sordid history—with only the family dog Merlyn for company.
Something has changed…
Samantha comes home to a life she no longer understands and begins to witness bizarre phenomena within the house she cannot explain.
Something has waited…
And it will do everything in its power to destroy everything they know and hold dear…
IN THE HOUSE OF WOLVES
Contained in these pages are three stories that all share one important point: Their events would not have been possible without The Inn.
"Gideon Wallace and the Sapphire Woman" is the first story in a new series by Thomas A Farmer, and shows what happens when a mortal man finds himself drawn into a fight between gods.
In "Chaos Candy," by Amie Gibbons, supernatural bounty hunter Zee tries to uncover a dark secret and learns much more than she ever wanted to know.
Finally, Michael David Anderson's "Flux" continues the adventures of Teddy Dormer, taking him once again to strange new places and showing him new nightmares.
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In these halls, you will experience poetic affairs and the sort of tainted darkness found at the rotten core of every narcissist's soul. Heed my words: Trust none of the shady characters you meet within. Behind every smile is a knife in your back.
This heresy is the first book of poetry by Michael David Anderson since 2013's Wasted Days.
Set in the world of Hugh Howey's Silo Saga, The Cleaner is republished with permission from Hugh Howey.