Saturday, 24 August 2013

Featured Author: Bryan W Alaspa

About the author!

 I am a freelance writer and professional author of both fiction and non-fiction. I live in Chicago and I have lived here almost my entire life. I spent a few years living in St. Louis. I first began writing when I sat down and wrote a three -page story on my mom’s electric typewriter when I was in the third grade. It’s been all up-hill since then!

I have over 20 books in both fiction and non-fiction genres available. You can find most of them at I even have a few books just for your Kindle and iPad users. Be sure to check them out. I write true crime, history, horror, thrillers, mysteries, detective stories and tales about the supernatural.

I write a lot of articles as well. I am also a blogger and have been for some time. I intend to use this blog to talk about my upcoming books as well as various author events I am involved in. Check back often and PLEASE, leave comments! 

Also by this author:

Rig 42 is the largest and most advanced oil rig the world has ever known. Just after the rig goes on-line, terrifying and eerie radio signals are received, followed by silence. The rig has hit something, and whatever it is has completely wiped out the crew. The company is desperate to find out what's happened. A team of mercenaries and oil rig experts is dispatched to determine what the danger is and if it can be eliminated. They find that the rig hit something that had been buried for centuries. Something older than evil itself. Something that leaves only the unbearable screams of the tortured behind. Something that hungers. Rig is a story of terror. It is a terror that can take any shape. It is a terror that will destroy a man's body and tear apart his soul.

Grady McDonnell is the latest in a long line of sin eaters. Despite his attempts to escape his fate he has begun to work for the same shadowy and mysterious organization his father and his father's father worked for. He absorbs the sins of the recently deceased. When he does so he relives the sins of the dead. He can see the aura of death around those who are about to die, and when he touches that aura, he can experience that person's memories. Grady wonders what effect this has on his soul. He wonders who he works for. Who sends him? Why are the people he is sent to absolve chosen? As he continues his task he begins to question the motives behind the people he works for. When he discovers there are others who have unique abilities also being rounded up by the same organization he knows that something is at work and it may not be good. How can he save his own soul when he is so busy saving everyone else's?

A group of employees trying to have a weekend of bonding in the woods. What they get, however, is a weekend of unrelenting terror. What is making them disappear one at a time? Why can't they leave? Will any of them make it back or will all of them end up "Gone?"

A private detective, secure in his beliefs in how the world works, has his life shattered the day his former partner is found dead. The police say it's a suicide, but he knows different. Against the wishes of the cops he starts to ask questions. He soon finds himself lost in a world of cults, murder and ancient evil. The world as we know it is about to change. And the detective wonders if he will be able to figure out why his friend died, and still hold on to his sanity. An ancient evil is about to surface in 21st century society. Who will be left alive?

The morning is shattered by screams for help. What the police find is the headless body of a young girl, violated, abandoned. So begins detective Louis Dillon's descent into hell. Ten years later, an ambitious young reporter re-opens old wounds, and begins to dig into the case which has been left open deep within the police files. What he finds is a web of corruption and deceit that ascends to the highest levels. Before he can stop it, he and his family are pulled into the maelstrom. He finds that no one can escape the grasp that reaches from the grave. The grasp of The Vanished Child.

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