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A word or two about fiction and those who write it.

I have managed to spend considerable time enjoying myself buried in books, watching movies and listening to tales told of things that go bump in the night almost my entire life. I enjoy the likes of Hitchcock, King, Butcher, Hamilton, and Rice.

More recently I discovered one particular writer who not only presented me with a point of view in her fiction that I found refreshing, but she showed me how to look at familiar things with a different point of view. And I found that her way of presenting that view was always full of intrigue and entertainment.

Her name is Kelley Armstrong and she is in the process of adding yet more titles to her already popular series "Women Of The Otherworld."

I would like to quote something she posted on her web site, which to me is a powerful reminder to support those who struggle to entertain us and those like myself who try to learn from them as we try our hands at their craft.

"If we, citizens, do not support our artists, then we sacrifice our imagination on the crude altar of reality and we end up believing in nothing and having worthless dreams."
-- Kelley Armstrong, Posted in Writer's Comeback, Quote for those unsupportive types... October 28th, 2004
Originally found in Yann Martel's Life of Pi acknowledgments page.

The following fiction is intended for mature readers.
If they were movies, they undoubtedly would have warnings for language, sexual content, violence, and others that usually come along with such content.

Please be aware that you are about to read stories written by a novice about things experts have developed.
The genre of horror I've attempted usually ranges in content from somewhat dark to very dark and will almost always manage to use your imagination against you.
Hitchcock had a unique way of showing his viewers what Steven King would eventually show to his readers like myself as I read his stories or watched their movies long ago.

Please visit Kelley Armstrong's web site if you get a chance. You will get hooked...

I hope you enjoy the following. If not, I won't be offended.
Please be patient with works in progress. Half the fun is the road traveled to get to the finish line.
I'm just an amateur and am learning as I write.

Thank you,
Bob.
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