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by Nicholas Grabowsky

eBook Red Wet Dirt epub
  • ISBN: 0982253001
  • Author: Nicholas Grabowsky
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Black Bed Sheet Books; 2nd edition (November 9, 2014)
  • Pages: 324 pages
  • ePUB size: 1175 kb
  • FB2 size 1840 kb
  • Formats lrf doc lit mbr


Grabowsky speaks to us as if we're in the chair across from him. We've been where he has been and when his dark demons . There's only one Nicholas Grabowsky. One person found this helpful.

Grabowsky speaks to us as if we're in the chair across from him. We've been where he has been and when his dark demons claim victory with endings we hoped wouldn't come, we understand.

Nicholas Grabowsky knows how to reach out of the written page, grab ahold of your heart, and rip it into the story.

THE EVERBORN a novel by NICHOLAS GRABOWSKY The Everborn A Black Bed SheetDiverse Media Book September . Eve Blaack, Hacker’s Source Magazine, on RED WET DIRT.

Eve Blaack, Hacker’s Source Magazine, on RED WET DIRT. Also by Nicholas Grabowsky: Fiction

In 2010 Shot In the Dark Comics, an independent comic book company, acquired the rights to release a set of comics taken from his book "Red Wet Dirt". Looks like A Rat To Me" was released in August 2010.

In 2010 Shot In the Dark Comics, an independent comic book company, acquired the rights to release a set of comics taken from his book "Red Wet Dirt". Looks like A Rat To Me" was released in August 2010

by Nicholas Grabowsky.

by Nicholas Grabowsky. Introducing three short stories & three novellas: While on vacation, a young man's fiance becomes a heart-collecting Yuletide Thing on Christmas Eve. Get stuck in traffic when The Freeway Reaper claims another soul.

A highlight of the party was when horror author Nicholas Grabowsky (Halloween IV, Red Wet Dirt) who also worked there as a magazine coordinator, put on a show with fellow employee Joy Blevins, featuring the muffled music of George Micheal and influenced by enough.

A highlight of the party was when horror author Nicholas Grabowsky (Halloween IV, Red Wet Dirt) who also worked there as a magazine coordinator, put on a show with fellow employee Joy Blevins, featuring the muffled music of George Micheal and influenced by enough intoxicating beverages to kill a buffalo.

Nicholas Grabowsky’s novels of horror/fantasy, both as himself, as Nicholas Randers, and as Marsena Shane, have generated worldwide acclaim for over two decades and praised by. .Books related to Red Wet Dirt.

Nicholas Grabowsky’s novels of horror/fantasy, both as himself, as Nicholas Randers, and as Marsena Shane, have generated worldwide acclaim for over two decades and praised by many of today’s most popular horror gurus in the literary world. He began his career in traditional publishing houses with brisk sellers in mass market paperback horror, and the last ten years have seen him hailed by many as a mentor and advocate to the smaller presses, which has become to him a passion.

Red Wet Dirt Horror Collection Promo. Nicholas Grabowsky was born Nicholas John Grabowsky in Norwalk, California on May 7, 1966, to parents Arthur J. Grabowsky and Doris Ruth Moreno. From 1966 to 1995, he resided with his family in Southern California, where Anaheim, California is heralded as his hometown although he also resided periodically in surrounding towns such as Garden Grove, California.

Introducing three short stories & three novellas: While on vacation, a young man's fiance becomes a heart-collecting Yuletide Thing on Christmas Eve. Get stuck in traffic when The Freeway Reaper claims another soul. A suburban family is plagued by a horde of were-rats. Special Agent Sam Cross, mortally wounded by a Jamaican specter, journeys into a psychedelic Festival of Fallen Souls in search of a supernatural healer whose lover's touch brings in contrast instant death. A legendary flesh eater arrives on the shores of an ancient Minoan city, infecting its population, beginning with a teenage boy's father who's summoned by the pompous king to become an undead garbage disposal. In Red Afterworld, an ex juvenile preacher gets his childhood wish of becoming a vampire when he's recruited into a male-only biker fraternity and finds himself one of the few survivors of global nuclear war, discovers a time portal in the Arizona desert with the hope of saving the world, and finds true love. Including extra minor works from the author's youth and the short screenplay Cutting Edges, the basis for an upcoming film and the author's directorial debut, Red Wet Dirt is to die for and is destined to become a classic way beyond its genre.


“I don’t know what else to say about this that has not already been said by some of the best writers of the genre. All I can do is join them in singing his praises. Grabowsky is a master of taking old legends and giving them new life… discover for yourself one of the best up and coming writers of our decade!”

--Eve Blaack, Hacker’s Source Magazine, on RED WET DIRT

Comments: (2)
Zainian
REVIEWED BY THE FUNKY WEREPIG

Even in a world of the horrifying, weird and fantastical, where our nightmares dominate our imagination, Nicholas Grabowsky has always stood out as one of horror's few true individuals. No one does things the way Grabowsky does and his collection RED WET DIRT is no exception.

Collections are nothing new. We've all read the ones for Poe and Lovecraft. We rush out when our favorite best sellers finally release their short stories in one handy book. To be honest, with the presses the way they are now, almost any writer with a dozen or so pieces can put out their own collections.

But how many of them have a full fledged screenplay mixed in with their short stories and novella selections? How about a poem saved from sixth grade or an ode to a squished pet hamster named Loo written back in high school? Name one collection that has a letter that was sent to Playboy about the dilemma of being born with two penises AND the actual response from the Playboy Advisor.

This book is almost 370 pages because Grabowsky doesn't leave a thing out. The good, the bad and the ugly of his entire career is here. It leaves you with the knowledge that from the very beginning he wasn't just a guy who enjoyed writing- he never had a choice. Nick Grabowsky is one of those rare people who were born to create horror. Period.

As for the stories themselves, they're creepy, haunting and in most cases very strange. His mind goes places most of ours wouldn't have created in 100 tries. `The Freeway Reaper' is a great example of that. I got lost in the twists and layers of changing subplots but by the end, it all tied together and I closed the book for the night overwhelmed. His tale of cursed love `The Yuletide Thing' is almost stream of consciousness storytelling drenched in pure emotion. Grabowsky speaks to us as if we're in the chair across from him. We've been where he has been and when his dark demons claim victory with endings we hoped wouldn't come, we understand.

Maybe that is Grabowsky's greatest attribute; He never hesitates to wear his heart on his sleeve even when he's scaring the hell out of us.

If you're already a fan, you'll love this collection. It represents absolutely everything from Grabowsky's diverse talents and then some. If you haven't read his work before, you're missing one of the most underrated horror writers of our time. There's a reason the biggest names in the biz praise him.

There's only one Nicholas Grabowsky. And RED WET DIRT does a perfect job defining him.
Andromajurus
Not a bad read. The short stories included are well written, although the endings sometimes come out of no where. There is plenty here to try, especially if you want to try something new, and something scary.
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