Books

Welcome!

You may have found this page due to my popular book about the Slenderman, or maybe my incessant marketing has perked your ears to my new series, The Pious Insurrection. Either way, thank you for visiting. Below is my complete bibliography. Click each cover to be taken to that book’s page, where you can find links to reviews, and/or places to purchase the books in other formats.

Happy reading!

Felix Faust (The Arcane Insurrection)

The Slender Man

Byron Bishop (The Arcane Insurrection, #2)

Eternal Victim

Author problems:

I meet a lot of new people in everyday life, and many of them are surprised to find out that among all other things, I am an author. Usually, their disbelief hits them when they realize I wrote a book about The Slender Man.

But here's the deal, I wrote that book several years ago when I was 17. It was the second book I ever published, and personally, as an author, I feel like my later books are much better. That's in terms of story, depth, and quality of prose.

Despite that, The Slender Man is still significantly outselling all four of my other books combined, just based on the fact that the subject of Slenderman is more well-known and popular.

I love the book, and I'm proud to have written it, but when ever anyone says "I wanna read your Slenderman book", I always respond "Noooo, my other books are so much better"...
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What's the most unorthodox storytelling technique you've encountered?

I'm working on a short-story told from the eyes of a sentient robot, and I wrote a book where pretty much all of the characters including the narrator are ghosts/spirits, but those are super niche.

I've been reading up on cosmic horror: #lovecraftian tales and the books that inspired Lovecraft. Two that really sit with me are M.P Shiel's 'House of Sounds' and Algernon Blackwood's 'The Willows'. Both of those stories enlightened me to what truly defines cosmic horror or what inspired it in Lovecraft.

It's interesting and refreshing to read horror that isn't just monster/plague/slasher, but more of an "I don't know what's going on or what's real anymore, but I think I'm about to die."
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The Reaping (The Pious Insurrection, #1)