Saturday, November 24, 2012
Here's a snapshot of what the story's about. If you like good old fashioned monster mayhem, giant larvae and lots of guns, then Bird of Prey is definitely for you.
Nestled in the warm belly of the abandoned Keisel Steel Works, an ancient creature has begun to stir. A one-hundred-year cycle is drawing to a rapid close and with it the time when the beast must lead her newly hatched young to the feeding grounds.
A handful of the oldest folks in town remember that time well. A time when the sky was clotted with flapping, leathery wings and monsters driven mad by the smell of human blood. They also know of the feeding grounds. They know them as the backyards in which their kids play and the streets of the tiny Alaskan town they call home.
Buck Sanders didn't know any of this the day he arrived at the steel works to pilfer a length of siding for the roof of his crumbling bar. And neither did his friend Tommy Hodgkins. But they are perhaps the only ones who can stop a curse that has been playing out for centuries. At stake is more than their lives. At stake is everything.
Posted by Griffin Hayes at 11:29 PM
Thursday, November 22, 2012
My horror thriller Dark Passage will be FREE on Amazon November 22-23.
Here are just a few of the great reviews on Amazon:
"Griffin Hayes nails horror on the head!"
"Top Ten Thrillers of All Time"
"An edge of your seat thriller"
"Best Book Ever!!!"
Tyson Barrett used to be happy. Used to have a family, a son, a thriving business. Now he has nothing but long sleepless nights broken only by nightmares so terrifying they threaten his sanity. So when he is asked to join an underground drug trial that will “cure” him, he agrees.
But this cure comes with a terrible price. One that will force him to confront a dark past he thought he left buried up at Sunnybrook Asylum. One that will put his soul at risk, and will threaten everything he ever loved.
The mind is full of halls. And some of the darkest passages lead to rooms better left closed.
Warning: contains graphic violence and language.
And a special thank you to Ereader News Today, Free Kindle Books and Tips and The Digital Ink Spot for helping to spread the word.
Posted by Griffin Hayes at 6:29 AM