Welcome to the wild ride of a novel that is Sinister Falls. A tale chock-full of garage band rock, 90’s nostalgia, teenage angst, a mysterious vagabond motorcycle rider, and oh yeah, a dark entity that kills children to retain life. I’d like to start out saying thank you to everyone that chooses to read or follow my book. Sinister Falls was the first time I wrote a story that I personally wanted to read, or see on a cold, dark, rainy October night on the silver screen. So I went in knowing nothing and watched in terror as it spiraled word by word further down the dark stairwell that is horror. No outline or premise other than “something about a litch.” Each sentence and chapter was unplanned and flowed forth from the last.
Seeing as it is a complete manuscript (roughly 97,272 words, but who’s counting), I plan on adding another chapter or two the closer I get to my reader goal, so I hope you enjoy the content I currently have available.
When a mysterious mansion appears overnight in the heart of an impoverished city, three friends must face their fears when one of their own risks her life to find out if the house is for real, or merely an illusion.
I have changed the name of An All-American Nightmare to Sinister Falls and opened it to pre-orders as well as entered it into the 2018 Horror Competition through Inkshares. With the support of my followers I believe it can do extremely well. It has been about a year since I completed the manuscript and I’ve had plenty of time to rework some of the inconsistencies and wording to make it what I consider the a great read. I wrote this book as a story I personally would like to dive into and become engulfed in and I hope you all enjoy it.
Something sinister has always crept within the darkness of Westminster Falls, leaving a trail of children in it’s wake. So the town tried to bury it, pretend it never existed. Now it is back and a garage band and an alcoholic sheriff must end it.