Dusty Davis was born and raised in East Liverpool, Ohio. He has been happily married for 13 years with a son and daughter that he adores. When he isn’t busy with family life he loves to read watch Pro-wrestling. His favorite author is John Everson but growing up it was R.L. Stine and then Koontz. He is also a former professional wrestler. He recently retired from his job to write full time. He is an avid Batman fan according to his wife. There was also a Batman themed retirement party. When asked why write he said “It gives me purpose, it’s cathartic especially my poetry.” Needless to say he loves what he does. He has several books already published that you can find on Amazon including his first short story collection, A Labyrinth of Horrors. His newest collection Torn From Nightmares will be published by Terror Tract Publishing this winter. You can find his books here:
Timothy Friesenhahn is thirty years old from Texas, where he lives with his fiance and two dogs. He has been writing since eight years old rather it be stories, poems, or lyrics. He played in a band off and on for several years until he was electrocuted. His lifestyle had to change from there and he went to a WFPB diet and settled down and decided to pursue his dream of writing novels.
Author of several books of varying genre from humorous novella Life With Boris Karloff to WW2 drama Sofiah, and from poetry title Stripped Unconsciousness to Horror such as The Caretaker and The Grays Anatomy. Rob has no genre specificity, instead he likes to write stories that appeal to himself and that simply spark inside his mind. The important thing is to enjoy writing, it doesn’t matter what you write so long as you enjoy the art of doing it. Rob shares his home with his Wife Michelle, son Daniel, grumpy and somewhat psycho but adorable cat Jinx and slightly unhinged and late in the queue for IQ; Ethel, the Sharpei cross.
The saying goes that everybody has one good book in them, in that case I intend to flood the world with genius.
It doesn’t matter if you write 1 paragraph or 100 pages a day or in a week, the important thing is that you ‘write’.
The impossible is always possible, you just have to know how and where to imagine.
Born in Basildon, Essex in 1978 Rob now resides in Thurrock, Essex.
Thomas S. Gunther
Thomas S. Gunther enjoys reading and writing fiction of all kinds, though he is partial to horror. Like the original American horror writer, Edger Allen Poe, he favors the short story over longer works, though he is currently working on a novel (or two), as well.While his parents had hoped he would pursue his artistic talents, he chose to draw with words instead, having been inspired by various writers, including but not limited to, Jack London, Harlan Ellison, John Lindqvist, and Clive Barker. In turn, his work may be described as being a mix of brutality, dark humor, and the macabre. Several of his short stories may be found within the pages of various anthologies with other publishers. Thomas also writes a monthly column for Terror Tract. When not working or writing, Thomas S. Gunther spends his days helping his beautiful wife around their home in Kalamazoo, MI, making sure the dog doesn’t eat the youngest grandson, eat the flowers, or dig up the cats buried in the backyard.