The Latest from Edmund Stone Author

Hello, my fellow readers. Hope all is well. Thanks for being here and taking the time to check out all the latest from Edmund Stone. I’m almost through my personal edits for the sequel for Tent Revival. It’s going to be a crazy ride! Hang on and get ready.

While you’re anxiously awaiting the next book in the Rebecca Mythos series, I want to know what you’re reading? Hopefully, my book (reviews appreciated, wink, wink). I’ll let you in on some of my reading material. I’m in the middle of a book by one of my favorite authors, Ronald Malfi. His book Bone White is set in the Alaskan Wilderness. A small town in the middle of nowhere and a mystery the cops can’t figure out. It’ll take a man who is searching for his missing brother to find out. I’m fifty percent through it and loving it.

I’m also reading a new author by the name of JD Edwin. Her new book, Headspace is a great read for those who are into sci-fi/horror. Set in a not-too-future world, the story follows a girl by the name of Astra. She’s unwilling dropped into a game to save humanity. But she’s not alone. A host of characters, all with varying personalities, join her. the action is intense. I have the link to it below.

If you like Clive Barker-type horror, sprinkled with a little mystery, then also check out Adam Neville’s book, The Reddening. This one isn’t for the faint of heart. The horror is brutal and unforgiving. The author’s writing style pulled me in quickly. It’s very descriptive. I think you’ll like it.

Rebecca and Sage: A Tent Revival prequel, is featured with many other books and stories on Maniac on the Loose. Check out the link below to learn more. I’d like to know what you thought of the story. Does it explain some of the happenings from the book? I hope so, as some of the elements will be mentioned in the sequel.

Thank you all for being here with me and remember to always spend time getting lost in a good book.

Published by edmundstone69

My name is Edmund Stone and I am a horror/fiction writer. I write in a small rural community on the banks of the Ohio River. I take inspiration from this place full of macabre characters and strange landscapes that most people would only dream of. I'm married to a wife that supports my crazy whims, along with three dogs, a slew of cats and a son who appears periodically from his bedroom to say, "Hi".

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