Dark Imaginings : A Horror Novel
When the Ink Dries, Someone Dies Something strange is happening to Giles Barrett. A horror writer of modest renown, he gets his inspiration from seeing ordinary people in everyday life. But when his dark imagination takes over his characters dont just die, they must first confront their most terrifying fears. Then one day Giles stumbles upon an obituary in the newspaper with the same name as one of the characters in his stories. What he dismisses as coincidence becomes all too real when it happens again, and the closer Giles comes do discovering the horrifying truth the more his inspiration takes control, threatening to destroy everything he holds dear. Eventually Giles must face his own worst fear if he is to have any hope of silencing the creative demons within.
- Paperback | 394 pages
- 127 x 203 x 21mm | 390g
- 04 May 2018
- Illustrations, black and white
About Eric B Olsen
Eric B. Olsen is the author of six works of fiction in three different genres. He has written a medical thriller entitled Deaths Head, as well as the horror novel Dark Imaginings. He is also the author of three mystery novels, Proximal to Murder and Death in the Dentists Chair featuring amateur sleuth Steve Raymond, D.D.S., and The Seattle Changes featuring private detective Ray Neslowe. In addition, he is the author of If I Should Wake Before I Die, a book of short horror fiction. Today Mr. Olsen writes primarily non-fiction, including The Death of Education, an expos of the public school system in America, The Films of Jon Garcia: 2009-2013, an analysis of the work of the acclaimed Portland independent filmmaker, and a book of essays entitled The Intellectual American. Mr. Olsen lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife.