In A Season Of Dead Weather [NOOK Book]

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In a season of dead weather, the mind clutches at reality; but what does it find instead? Madness, or monsters? Ghosts, or things more terrible than ghosts? Illusions, or invasions? Dreams, or the darkness at the end of all nightmares? One thing is clear: these are tales that echoes tell, in a season of dead weather.
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In A Season Of Dead Weather

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Overview

In a season of dead weather, the mind clutches at reality; but what does it find instead? Madness, or monsters? Ghosts, or things more terrible than ghosts? Illusions, or invasions? Dreams, or the darkness at the end of all nightmares? One thing is clear: these are tales that echoes tell, in a season of dead weather.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044332355
  • Publisher: Mark Fuller Dillon
  • Publication date: 2/20/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 208,994
  • File size: 177 KB

Meet the Author

Most of my stories are set in the region where I live (Gatineau, Quebec), and are based on some of the stranger moments of my life, or on my nightmares (which have kept me awake and nervous until daylight since I was three years old).I've had work published in Barbara and Christopher Roden's ALL HALLOWS and in John Pelan's DARKSIDE; I've also had work accepted for anthologies and magazines that faded away before my stories could appear. The best of these are collected in my second ebook, IN A SEASON OF DEAD WEATHER.Right now, my goal is to find reviewers. Writers can focus on craftsmanship, but they cannot be certain of just how much they've been able to learn and apply, until the readers tell them. To that end, I'm inviting you to let me know exactly what you think of my stories. Are they good? Are they wretched? I'm eager to find out.And please don't hesitate to visit my blog at markfullerdillon.blogspot.ca -- advice or comments are always welcome, and so are visitors.Thank you!Mark Fuller Dillon
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2014

    These stories were not scary, they were just weird.

    These are well written stories but the author is obsessed with describing every single little detail and especially colors. Sometimes it felt like he was describing a whole lot of nothing.

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    Posted November 5, 2013

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