Ryan Jensen hates flies. Most flying insects actually. But especially flies.
It is a loathing that is fueled by childhood fears, including among other things a recurring waking nightmare.
Now almost 20 years later, Ryan’s childhood fears have reawakened. The flies are back.
This piece also includes a brief afterword from the author explaining where he got the idea for the story.
A little insight into the life and mind of a horror writer.
Approx. 10,800 words (roughly 43 pages)
|Publisher:||de los diablos books, inc.|
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About the Author
In addition to his fiction, he has had a non-fiction submission published in The Sun magazine's Reader's Write section entitled "Slowing Down" about the birth of his daughter.
Currently Paul lives in southern Utah, amid the red rock, sagebrush and pinion junipers. He teaches Language Arts and Creative Writing at Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts.
HOW TO CONTACT PAUL:
For more about Paul D. Dail, please visit his blog, www.pauldail.com.- A horror writer's not necessarily horrific blog
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