Benjamin Gray

Comic writer, horror writer, professional writer, unprofessional writer. Big, fat Stephen King fan. Gushing, overbearing Neil Gaiman fan.  McArthur Park is the scariest song ever written. I write the script for danthesnowman.com.
Benjamin is the author of
In the summer of 1986, amateur radio DJ Lacey Gibraltar finds a mysterious signal on the far end of the AM band. Following The Signal leads her to mystery after mystery and an adventure that changes the course of her whole life.
Books Benjamin Recommends
The Bird's Road is an emotional, personal, and poignant story told in a wholly unique, dreamy style.
An intimate chronicle of experiences and reflections about living beyond a litany of family tragedies, death, and depression.
Wing Commander with political intrigue. It's a good combo.
Michael Jovanne is a new squadron commander who must lead his fellow pilots into a massive battle on the eve of the greatest war the galaxy has ever seen. A war started by his government’s closest ally.
The Sulphur Cure is full of quirky characters and reads like a boat gliding through water. Everything about it is fine-tuned clockwork.
A man who has lost everything in the Great Depression discovers that the eccentric residents of a decaying New England resort harbor as many secrets as he does, and that his life will change dramatically once those secrets come to light.
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