Author Dan Cummings first brought horror fans…
In the quiet Californian town of Wood Fall, an ancient evil has awoken, preying upon the dreaming minds of unfaithful men.
Taking the physical form of their most desirable women, she enraptures some of her chosen, reducing them into mindless, homicidal servants, ready to stalk and abduct other sacrificial love cheats.
However, during her latest spell of activity, she finds herself attracted to a young man called Antony Pickett, who, unlike her usual targets, is pure of heart and in great pain.
Unfortunately for Ant, he is blind to the root of his heartache, a blindness which she is happy to remedy for him at a deadly cost.
“This book was different. I enjoyed the story very much.”
“Heartbreaker contains an unsettling, yet satisfying horror story with a creative story line“
And then Dan introduced them to…
Dave Reynolds has grown jaded with his life, locked in a dead end janitorial job at the Ravenswood Institute for Mental Health, he quietly yearns for some excitement to stir up his mundane existence.
That is until he learns that far below the hospital’s grounds lies the Madhouse, the regional headquarters of the Frontline Unified Battalion of Arcane Resistance (FUBAR), a clandestine government agency tasked with combating supernatural evil. If that wasn’t enough of a surprise, he also learns that he is a Spark, an individual with latent gifts, carrying the residual energy of a nigh extinct race of universal protectors.
Drafted into service, he is accidentally afflicted with a curse, casting the sensible, rational aspects of his personality into a subconscious prison, unleashing a clownish psychotic who is as deadly as he is irritating.
A wild card personified, Dave must now lead Whiskey Team, a motley crew of fellow Sparks and freaks including a punk rock witch, a werewolf, a medium and his ghostly best friend, and a female Japanese ninja, against the Alliance of Nyx, an ancient demonic organization with designs on global conquest.
Now, if Dave’s reckless antics don’t get his team killed, they may just stand a chance in this war.
Mentioned by reviewers…
“What a creative book! I was intrigued by the cover of the book but once inside the pages the books gets even more interesting.”
“Sparks: Welcome to the Madhouse definitely has a unique plot! I found Cummings‘ writing to be incredibly imaginative and descriptive. He doesn’t hold back on the action either. The characters are wild and diverse which keeps thing interesting.”
And now author Dan Cummings is proud to present…
Neil Karp has spent most of his high school life as a professional burnout, but with college looming on the horizon he has decided to salvage some form of future by cleaning up his act. Unfortunately, with one impulsive and altruistic action on behalf of his friends Sam and Matt, Neil riles up the school’s drug dealers. This alone would be a big enough problem for Neil and his pals, but as the gang ramp up their intimidation, a dark secret from a bloody, nightmarish childhood summer comes back to haunt Neil. A dangerous, otherworldly interloper with dubious notions of friendship has returned, one who could be Neil’s biggest ally, or his greatest threat, against the town’s violent criminals.
Things quickly turn from bad to worse for Neil, but with no one else to turn to he becomes dependent on the eccentric and sadistic companion from his past, and this friend likes to roughhouse.
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About author Dan Cummings
Dan Cummings is an indie author of horror and action/fantasy from Liverpool, England. He is also a nerd with a short attention span and shorter fuse (depending on poor sleep), but when he is able to stop ranting with his own internal monologue and focus for a few minutes he enjoys putting the noise in his head on to paper. A lifetime fan of monsters, comic books, sarcasm and casual violence, it is inevitable that these constituents regularly crop up in his books.
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