On day seven before Midnight Abyss I’d like to introduce Doug Langille. Doug’s thankfully talented in the technical stuff. Without him, I know I would have been completely lost with setting up the Goodreads account and such.
Here’s Doug’s bio:
By day, Doug fights the good fight working in I.T. at the Nova Scotia Community College. When asked to describe his work, he says: “I think stuff up and write it down”. He does other stuff too.
Doug has recently rediscovered his passion for writing, drawing inspiration from his favorite authors, including: Stephen King, Clive Barker, Jack Whyte, Philip K. Dick and Robert W. Service.
He doesn’t usually talk about himself in the third-person, but when he does he tends to bend the truth.
One of Doug’s stories is titled Eddie Zero.
Short Clip from Eddie Zero:
Guys like me never dream about nice things, only nightmares. Tonight wasn’t any different. In this Hell-trip of a brain-cramp, I was locked up again in a hospital being hunted by zombies with a teenage psycho chick as backup. Wait a minute. Shit. Not dreaming.
From the Author:
This story began life as a writing prompt and grew from there. I wrote it in 500-700 word installments to keep the foot on the accelerator. It was a lot of fun to get inside Eddie’s head. I like to think there’s a little bit of Eddie in each of us, both the good and the bad.
-For those of you who like zombies, I highly recommend Eddie Zero. I wouldn’t even mind if you skip forward in Midnight Abyss to read it first. It’s a great read.