You could say I was bitten by the writing bug at an early age. Shortly after watching the first remake of King Kong, around the age of ten or eleven, I scribbled a few lines about a mutant crab and called it a book.Throughout my teens my mind was in a state of unrest and I used poetry to journal the ups and downs of those difficult times. Later, my work was published in a poetry anthology.I returned to my love of storytelling in my twenties, writing numerous short stories. "Lighting the Dark Side-Six Modern Tales" represents my work from the past several years and is my first published book. The collection received the Editor's Choice Award for short stories from AllBooks Review International in 2009."DEAD of KNIGHT A Jack Staal Mystery" is my first full novel.
A cozy cabin on a lake. A few glasses of wine. Erotic conversation. What could go wrong?
The Fright Factory
Where killing your best friend may be the only way to survive....
- William R. Potter
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- 18 Years
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This book is frightening (as the title suggests) because it could happen to any of us in real life. The characters are realistic, the story believable, the ending shocking. A great read from start to finish. William R. Potter includes enough detail to put you inside the horror that is playing out in the pages of his novel. But he gives the characters in the story even more details and feelings so that this is not just a horror story, but a story of survival with heroic moments, and characters that you root for. The only thing that would have made this story better is if it lasted a little longer. I am interested in reading more from this author.
Wesley and Robin Tate are a married couple in the throes of empty nest syndrome, feeling distant from each other and out of sorts. A weekend getaway to a quiet cabin in the woods seems like just the ticket to bridge the growing gap and to ignite some much needed romance. All is perfect when a stranded motorist shows up and unexpectedly adds some erotic sizzle. Author William Potter takes readers as close as anyone would want to get to a homicidal lunatic when he introduces Jesse, who fancies himself a film maker, uploading the chilling events he's captured onto the internet. A control freak, he uses intimidation and brutal violence to keep his captives performing. The Fright Factory touches our most primary emotion: fear, and our primitive response to it: fight or flight. It asks us to question how far we would go in order to save our loved ones. Could you kill a friend to save your spouse? Equal parts thriller and horror, The Fright Factory delivers the goods to those who enjoy fast paced suspense on the chilling side. A quick read that will keep you involved and entertained from beginning to end. Highly Recommended by Glenn Cruickshank. Not for young readers or those offended by adult content.