Today’s Featured Kindle Book:
Author: Mark Tullius
Genre: Horror / Short Stories
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Plunge deep into darkness with 28 terrifying tales. Explore heartache, happiness, and horror in this collection of short stories by Mark Tullius, the author of 25 Perfect Days, named one of IndieReader’s Best Indie Books for 2013.
This collection is composed of all the stories in Each Dawn I Die, Every One’s Lethal, and Repackaged Presents, plus two bonus stories.
Experience chills as you read these stories and more:
- A pornographer’s horrific early morning ritual.
- A beautiful baby boy who knows what he wants.
- An engineer sees life on the other side of the tracks.
- A drug run goes awry.
- A family’s unique Christmas tradition.
- An artist whose paintings become reality.
- A man who longs to rid himself of an annoying companion.
- A child terrified by things that slither and ooze in the night.
- Come join a soldier on the run in the jungle.
- An old man’s quest for the perfect photo.
- A woman who sniffs out killers.
- A life coach whose own brand of “therapy” goes way beyond cruel and unusual.
- A young man who can’t let go of the past.
About the Author:
Mark Tullius is the host of the podcast, Unlocking, and the author of 25 Perfect Days, which was named one of IndieReader’s Best Indie Books for 2013. An Ivy League graduate, Mark lists Chuck Palahniuk and Stephen King as the authors who most influence his own writing. He attests that attending Tom Spanbauer’s Dangerous Writing workshop marked the turning point in his career. In addition to 25 Perfect Days, Mark is the published author of five books and over two dozen short stories. His podcast and blog address a wide range of topics including mental health, fitness, parenting, and social issues; one of his blogs was featured by the NoH8 Campaign.
Mark’s passion for martial arts once had him competing in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). When head injuries sidelined his training, Mark launched a project called Unlocking the Cage that merges his love of the martial arts, his talent for writing, and his sociology degree from Brown University. In October 2014, Mark was invited to guest lecture on the Sociology of Martial Arts at his alma mater.
Unlocking the Cage is a sociological study of why fighters are drawn to the sport of MMA, and why, despite actual and potential injuries, they continue to climb into the cage. Mark has traveled to 23 states, visited over 100 gyms, and interviewed close to 400 fighters from very diverse backgrounds.
Mark resides in Southern California with his wife and two children.
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