A Parallel Abyss

A Parallel Abyss

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After being in a terrible accident that tears a town apart, James find himself thrown into a mysterious race against time, to solve the strange happenings and dreams that are threatening his sanity. With the help of the local sheriff he starts to discover the truth.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 146 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 8.38mm | 276.69g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514645831
  • 9781514645833

About K L Wicks

Katrina Wicks started writing at the age of 6, 'publishing' her first book - The Monsters Holiday - in paperback that same year with unique hand-drawn illustrations. A new book was to follow every year after this for a while, with - The Picture on the Wall - 'published' aged 7. The Horror Story - came aged 8, followed by a slight change and a book of poetry was written age 9 after reading the Oxford Book of Poetry (Fourth Edition) at school which proved to be of great inspiration. At the age of 10 Katrina had a year off while moving abroad to Germany with a parental military posting and getting to grips with a new life. After a year, it was back to England to settle into a new school and back to normality. Soon came - Paradise Island - an attempt at a different genre as the continued horror theme was raising concern among the elders. By 12, a school project to do a movie review raised more eyebrows when came - My Project on Horror - a very honest look at what 12 year olds thought of films that were considered scary. Most of the films were rated above this age line and some even were in the 'video nasty' category. But Mary Whitehouse had only just had her war on certification and the 80's was a great time of creativity within the horror genre and was also of great inspiration. A very dark and no longer kept story was to follow in late 1992 entitled - The Axe Murderer - this was the first that sold copies which were all hand written, but got attention from the elders again and was deemed 'not suitable'. All books and writing ceased after this for 22 years. After a spell at Art College and taking to photography and after a number of jobs Katrina started her own business in accountancy and after a number of hard set up years followed by successful years, found the time to start writing again in her 30's and no longer encumbered by the views of society on horror and the paranormal, finding a much more appreciative audience these days.show more