The next Stephen King could surface in sunny South Florida.
at United Kingdom based BookLore
of “The Cursed Man”: “This is a very well-written book, with a little bit of Stephen Kinglike horror.
It will keep the reader interested, and it is a gem of a story.”
your own worst critic, so I don’t necessarily agree with it, but I’ll take the compliment.”
style of the hobbyist-turned hopeful.
ROMMEL “Iris Johansen, she’s a good writer,” Mr. Rommel said. “I really liked ‘The Search.’”
Mr. Rommel said.
and prescribed “pictures
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By day, the father of two works at Rocky’s Ace Hardware in Tequesta.
By night, he pens passages
filled with crime, suspense and psychological fiction.
the demands of running a store, raising a family and writing. The majority of my writing is done at night when the house goes quiet.
young-adult life. His mother is living inside his head, and he’s just trying to escape her. The whole book, you’re trying to figure out whether this guy is nuts or not. It’s about abuse.
I had no PR, so I looked for reviewers
to review the book. I mailed out 15 books and got nine reviews — one who compared
my writing to Stephen King. Who knew when I licked that stamp and put it on the envelope
and sent it to the United Kingdom that this would ever get the attention
of a producer?
to wrap at the end of September. Intergalaxy Entertainment and James Perry are producing
the movie in Pasadena, Calif.
of my writing and often encouraged me to try and get published.
When he passed away from cancer, I was compelled to pursue publication and found a home for “The Cursed Man” at Sunbury
Press. The first thing you see slapped in your face is my dedication to my father.
through any major bookseller, including
Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
I would love to be able to write books full-time.