Silent Wraith

(a middle grade horror)

Eleven-year-old David Kimura feels trapped by the dead woman lurking in his school library. No one else can see her, and it’s pretty hard to browse for books while she’s pointing a crooked finger at him and “speaking” without any sound. David's convinced she has something in store for him, something gruesome. And although he longs to be brave like the heroes in his adventure novels, this cold-eyed apparition just makes him want to hide in a corner.

But when David confides in his three best friends (otherwise known as the Geek Gang), they can’t wait to unravel the ghost’s secrets! No, this is not a good idea. In fact, it triggers a violent supernatural rage, and soon they’re battling horrors right out of their darkest nightmares—everything from a killer vortex to their own twisted, living reflections.

David’s terrified that he and his friends are doomed...until a shocking discovery changes the whole game. There’s a reason this spirit is targeting them, a reason worth fighting for. But defeating such pure evil is going to take more courage than he’s ever known. 
"...the ghost's mouth stretched open until half her face was nothing but a gaping maw. It was horrifying enough to look at, but even worse was the scream David couldn’t hear. He could feel it, though. He could feel it hitting him like a blast of water and bouncing off all the library’s walls. It hummed in his blood with such force that he was sure he’d explode if it didn’t stop..."

Modern Ghouls (WIP)

(a horror comedy)

I should really have an awesome description for this work in progress, something brilliant and witty that would make you buy the book (if it were published), read it, and say, "Wow, this crappy book doesn't live up to that killer description at all." But alas, I don't have one of those right now, so you'll have to settle for this paltry mini-blurb: Modern Ghouls takes place in a fictional town on the Massachusetts coast...a town famous for its so-called ghoul infestation in 1971. Now history seems to be repeating itself, and the only ones who might be able to stop it are the very unqualified employees of a run-of-the-mill souvenir store.

Here's where I would put a compelling quote from the book...if I had one.

Keep checking back! This section's bound to improve eventually.