Book Review of Paranormal Encounters – Short Stories

Amazon As you know, Young shared a tale that ends this book, but the others in it are worthy of a review as they induce a few chills and thrills. Here are our thoughts on two of the stories: “The Attic Apartment” by Jim Towns This was an engaging tale that transported me not only... Continue Reading →

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Book Release Interview of Sarah Fader

When was that moment when you realized that language had power? From as early as seven years old I realized how powerful language was. I remember my dad exclaiming "Great! Just great!" after the light went out in our apartment. I said, "Dad, that's not great." He replied "That's called sarcasm." He then took the... Continue Reading →

Published in an Anthology

Young has been published in an anthology about paranormal encounters! This is a true story, and its message is so positive and encounter so creepy, they put it at the end of the book to cap off the series. His story takes place in the very same St. Vincent's Guest House in New Orleans where... Continue Reading →

4 Reasons to Read Our Series

1. Haunted House and Supernatural Encounters Lords of Magazine Street takes place in New Orleans, where you may have heard of a certain 6 mile stretch called Magazine Street in the French Quarter. It's a popular tourist destination, but our four Ice Cream Gangsters call it home. They live right inside the haunted St. Vincent's... Continue Reading →

Published in Rejected Manuscripts!

Our short story, "Son of Hades", was submitted to Rejected Manuscripts and for one whole year, the public, well, readers of Rejected Manuscripts, voted for their favorites. We teamed up with A. A. Rubin, who also had a rejected manuscript up for votes, and supported each other, asking for votes for each other's works. A.... Continue Reading →

Coming in 2019

Hawk and Young are working on serializing an epic tale set in New Orleans amidst crime, voodoo, the veil between life and death, tattoos, and high school. Lords of Magazine Street stars four high school freshmen, nicknamed the Ice Cream Gangsters, who tangle with an old Jamaican voodoo priest, a cross dressing stage performer, a... Continue Reading →

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